iStock (NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Wednesday’s sports events: MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE PLAYOFFS Houston 9, Boston 1 (Houston leads series 3-2) NATIONAL LEAGUE PLAYOFFS Atlanta 9, LA Dodgers 2 (Atlanta leads series 3-1) NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Chicago 94, Detroit 88 Charlotte 123, Indiana 122 WashingtonRead More →

vmargineanu/iStock (NEW YORK) — A massive search is continuing in Florida for Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of Gabby Petito, the 22-year-old woman who went missing on a cross-country trip and who authorities confirmed as the body discovered strangled to death in Wyoming last month. The search for the 23-year-old LaundrieRead More →

Photo Courtesy of Hulu With the practices of meatless Mondays and sustainable eating growing in popularity, it begs to question if the the way we consume food is evolving out of necessity.  That is the premise of restauranteur David Chang‘s new show, The Next Thing You Eat. Speaking with ABC Audio, Chang says the new series takesRead More →

Estifanos family (GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo.) — The parents of a 6-year-old girl who died on a ride at a Colorado amusement park last month have filed a wrongful death suit against the operator after a state investigation found she wasn’t strapped into her seat before the ride plunged 110 feet. WongelRead More →

fstop123/iStock (NEW YORK) — After several months of confidential negotiations, the NFL and attorneys for former players have reached an agreement that will end the controversial practice of race-norming in the league’s landmark concussion settlement program. The deal, which was filed under seal but obtained by ABC News on Wednesday,Read More →

SergeyKlopotov/iStock (BENTON HARBOR, Mich.) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer visited Benton Harbor as a crisis of toxic lead poisoning the city’s drinking water has stoked mounting frustration and fury. The governor issued a new call for the state legislature to provide an additional $11.4 million investment to help expedite the replacementRead More →

Pete Buttigieg/Twitter (WASHINGTON) — U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg spoke on “The View” about the criticism he’s been met with over his paternity leave amid Congress’ pending approval of the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill. Buttigieg and husband Chasten welcomed twins Joseph August and Penelope Rose in August. On Wednesday, heRead More →

Pete Buttigieg/Twitter (WASHINGTON) — U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg spoke on “The View” about the criticism he’s been met with over his paternity leave amid Congress’ pending approval of the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill. Buttigieg and husband Chasten welcomed twins Joseph August and Penelope Rose in August. On Wednesday, heRead More →

uschools/iStock (WASHINGTON) — Senate Republicans have stopped — for the second time this year — a Democratic measure aimed at enacting sweeping federal election law changes, a move that is certain to increase pressure on the majority to change the chamber’s filibuster rule. Every Senate Republican opposed the vote to startRead More →