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Theater responds to backlash of women-only screenings of “Wonder Woman”

(AUSTIN, Texas) — The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Texas, is responding to complaints that it will host a women-only screening of Wonder Woman next week.

Some moviegoer... Read More

Everything you need to know about the Congressional Budget Office

(WASHINGTON) -- The Congressional Budget Office released its latest analysis of the Republican's health care bill on Wednesday, finding that the GOP plan would increase the number of people without health insurance by 14 million next year and 23 mill... Read More

What happens when a man on a flight says he can't sit next to a woman

(NEW YORK) -- Renee Rabinowitz was all set up in her business-class seat on El Al Flight 28, which would take more than 10 hours to get her from Newark, New Jersey, to Tel Aviv, Israel, when she was asked to move.

According to a group repr... Read More

What concert venues are doing to protect guests after deadly Manchester Arena attack

(NEW YORK) --  After 22 were killed and more than 50 others injured in Monday's bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, concert venues and security organizations around the globe are rethinking how they plan to proceed headin... Read More

Ride the Na'vi River at Pandora: The World of Avatar

(ORLANDO, Fla.) -- At the center of the highly-anticipated Pandora: The World of Avatar are two new rides: Flight of Passage and Na'vi River Journey.

The land, located inside Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom Park, opens May 27. ABC News ... Read More

New TSA procedures target electronics, food

(WASHINGTON) -- The Transportation Security Administration is testing new screening procedures that will require travelers to remove electronics bigger than cellphones and some food items from their bags and place them in bins to be screened separate... Read More

Bag containing moon dust from Apollo 11 expected to sell for millions at auction

(NEW YORK) -- Nearly 50 years ago, astronaut Neil Armstrong famously made his mark on the moon.

When Armstrong returned from the Apollo 11 mission, he had a bag containing rock fragments and dust he collected from the moon's surface. But o... Read More

$24 million lottery winner comes forward two days before deadline

(NEW YORK) — On May 23, a new millionaire was made when a winner came forward to claim a $24 million New York Lottery prize just two days before the ticket was set to expire, according to a news release from the organization.

The luc... Read More

Loved ones search for Manchester missing on social media after concert attack

(MANCHESTER, England) -- Families and friends of concertgoers who are still missing after the Manchester bombing have taken to social media hoping to find their loved ones.

Social media has become a useful tool to help locate missing peopl... Read More

US stocks close higher with fourth straight day of gains

(NEW YORK) -- A fourth straight day in the green for U.S. stocks as Wall Street nearly earned back last week's losses.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 43.08 (+0.21 percent) to finish at 20,937.91.

The Nasdaq gained 5.09 ... Read More

Lawn company gives 11-year-old who wanted a job his own lawn mower

(DUNN, N.C.) -- An 11-year-old boy who approached a stranger for a summer lawn mowing job received an even bigger reward for his work ethic: tools to start his own lawn business.

Q'yaron Gadson, 11, was surprised last Friday with a brand n... Read More