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Radio host responds to claim that he didn't show up for interview

Popular radio host Alex Jones is claiming that ABC News lied in order to discredit him after the network made claims that he failed to show up for a live interview.

Indiana cop claims McDonald's served him tea laced with chemicals

Indianapolis - An Indiana police officer isn't "Lovin' it" after he allegedly drank sweet tea laced with cleaning fluid at a local McDonald's. The officer stopped by the fast food chain Saturday to use the self-serve drink dispenser.

Police: New Jersey Mom charged after boy, 12, shoots sister

Newark - The mother of a nine-year-old girl who was shot and critically wounded by her brother has been charged with allegedly endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful possession of a weapon, police say.

CBS introduces 24-7 news platform

Television broadcast network CBS introduced Thursday its first efforts to compete with other full-time news channels with the launch of its own 24/7 news outlet.

Boy, 10, charged in murder of 90-year-old woman

East Stroudsburg - It seems unthinkable but, sadly, it isn't. A young Pennsylvania boy only 10 years old has been charged with murder as an adult in the beating death on Saturday of a 90-year-old woman after she told him to get out of her room, according to officials.

Police chief's daughter among trio charged in gay bashing attack

Philadelphia - Three people who stand accused of brutally attacking a gay couple in downtown Philadelphia have turned themselves in and were arraigned last Wednesday on charges of aggravated assault, The Washington Post reports.

Gulp! Hungry grouper eats shark in one bite

Bonita Springs - Most people likely believe that sharks are the most dangerous fish in the ocean. Apparently the goliath grouper featured in this video didn't get this memo.

Amber Alert issued for two missing Amish girls in New York

Oswegatchie - Earlier today police reported that they have received numerous leads regarding the abduction of two Amish girls at a roadside stand in northern New York, near the Canadian border. Searchers have scoured the countryside in an effort to find the girls.

Restaurant totally owns sexist reviewer in the best way ever

Portland - The owner of a popular Portland restaurant offered a side of smackdown to a sexist reviewer who had dropped his pearls of witless-dom on Yelp by making a cheap joke about abortion.

ABC shows images of Gaza devastation, says it's in Israel

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting ( has confirmed that on July 8th, in a nightly news broadcast by Diane Sawyer, ABC News ran images of bombed-out devastation and portrayed it as the aftermath of Hamas rockets in Israel.

Tiny dog rescued after saving family from burning home

Federal Way - Sometimes courage walks on four tiny feet and then barks. When a fire started in her home, that's what Chloe did — bark to alert her human family to the danger.

Baby rhino scared to sleep alone after mother killed by poachers

After witnessing the brutal death of his mother, Gertjie the baby rhino cried inconsolably and was unable to sleep. Not quite four months old, he is too young to fend for himself.

Video: Julian Assange interviewed by ABC News

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was interviewed by George Stephanopoulos of ABC News with questions on the Edward Snowden, NSA whistleblower story. Assange is asked what the situation currently is with Snowden.

Barbara Walters to announce 2014 retirement

New York - Longtime ABC news anchor Barbara Walters is set to announce Monday morning on "The View" that she will retire from journalism next summer. Walters created the daytime talk show in 1997.

Black licorice can be a health risk in large quantities

Most of us have a sweet tooth, and during holidays like Halloween some of us may overindulge; but to be on the safe side it may be best to limit certain treats like black licorice if you are over 40 and have high blood pressure or heart disease.

Beef Products Inc. files lawsuit against whistleblower & ABC News

Kit Foshee, former Corporate Quality Assurance Manager at BPI, has been named a defendant in a defamation lawsuit on the controversial 'pink slime' product.

Op-Ed: Sandusky is a dead man walking

Bellefonte - Jerry Sandusky, turn and face the warden. Now a 45-time convicted child abuser, Sandusky will spend the rest of his days slaving in a gulag of his own bent thoughts, buried behind steel bars and walls which guarantee that he will never harm another child.

Why 70% of U.S. ground beef includes 'pink slime'

An ABC News report interviewed a former United States Department of Agriculture scientist who knows almost three-quarters of American ground beef contain "pink slime," beef trimmings that once were only used in dog food.

ABC to make conspiracy theory show pilot

The television network ABC has announced plans to pilot a new series which will center on conspiracy theories. The network have also devised three other new shows.

Op-Ed: Newt Gingrich and ex-wife may provide high entertainment

Will this be fun? Thursday's interview with Newt Gingrich's ex-wife on ABC? It's not nice to make sport of people's failings of course, we all have them, nor their personal troubles, we have them, too. But be honest - it might be fun.

Newt Gingrich's ex-wife Marianne gives explosive interview

An explosive interview with Newt Gingrich's second ex-wife, Marianne Gingrich, may be aired on Thursday evening on ABC News. Marianne has said the interview may end Newt's career.

Journalist Christiane Amanpour quits as host of ABC 'This Week'

Christiane Amanpour has left ABC News' prime time show, “This Week,” less than two years after joining the organization. She will return to CNN to host a weekly program while continuing at ABC News as foreign affairs anchor.

Op-Ed: Evidence of Facebook and ABC’s news manipulation

Clear and damning evidence has emerged that U.S. news channel, ABC, has manipulated news to reinforce American foreign policy and misdirect public opinion.

ABC News reporter presses White House on Al-Awlaki assassination

In the aftermath of the killing of Anwar Al-Awlaki on Friday, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was pressed by ABC News' Jake Tapper to explain the legality behind the assassination of an American citizen.

Rush Limbaugh defends controversial Japanese refugee comments

Rush Limbaugh found himself in the cross-hairs of the American media when the comments he made about a ABC news special - filmed at a Japanese refugee camp featuring Diane Sawyer - were interpreted as "mocking the victims of the disaster."

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