Jacob Sullivan is accused of raping and killing Grace Packer, 14-year-old adopted daughter of his girlfriend, Sara Packer, as his girlfriend watched.
At least five are dead and eight others wounded following a shooting at Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL). See video coverage and eyewitness accounts from the horrific scene here.
A shooting at the Ft. Lauderdale airport in Florida has left at least three dead. Click here for the latest, as well as witness accounts and social media reactions.
An altercation at Panera Bread in Ridgeland, MS sent one man to the hospital, and the shooter is thought to be in police custody. Click here for the latest details.
Lyle Menendez, who is serving a life sentence for the murder of his parents, married his wife Rebecca Sneed at a ceremony in a maximum security prison in 2003.
Brittany Herring (Brittany Covington) and Tanishia Covington are two sisters accused in the Chicago torture video Facebook Live case. See photos of them.
Lyle and Erik Menendez were convicted and charged for the 1989 murder of their parents, Jose and Kitty Menendez. Click through our gallery for photos of the brothers.
Tonight, ABC will air a new two-hour documentary on the Menendez brothers. Get the station info, what channel to watch, when and what time it’s on.
Read on to find out how to watch ABC’s documentary on the Menendez brothers online tonight, as well as live stream info for the special.
Chicago Police have charged four people with hate crime and several other charges in the brutal torture and kidnapping of a disabled man that was streamed live on Facebook.
Jose and Kitty Menendez were murdered by their two sons, Erik and Lyle, in 1989. Tonight, ABC News will investigate their deaths in a two-hour documentary.
Tanishia Covington is accused of being part of a group who tortured a special needs man on Facebook Live video in Chicago, saying he was a Trump supporter.
Lyle and Erik Menendez were convicted of murdering their parents, Kitty and Jose, in 1989. Tonight, ABC News will air a new documentary special about the brothers and their lives today.
The Chicago torture video contains explicit mentions of race, but Chicago police are stopping short of calling it a hate crime – at least for now.
Chicago police – commander Kevin Duffin and Superintendent Eddie Johnson – are under fire for referring to the Facebook Live torture/kidnap video as stupidity and not immediately calling it a hate crime.