EllenMoran/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — While the mask mandate on public transportation has been lifted, the Federal Aviation Administration’s zero-tolerance policy for unruly passengers is here to stay, the agency said Wednesday. The FAA instituted its zero-tolerance policy during the pandemic in an effort to curb a surge in disruptiveRead More →

Michael Tullberg/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Former President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has been ordered to pay nearly $1.3 million in legal fees to former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman by a New York court arbitrator. The award, handed down on Tuesday, comes after Trump filed a complaint againstRead More →

Jeff Swensen/Getty Images (PITTSBURGH) — As the investigation to identify suspects entered its fourth day in a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh Airbnb house that left two teenagers dead, police amended the number of gunshot survivors from eight to nine. The Pittsburgh Police Department said in a statement that theRead More →

amphotora/Getty Images (BETHANY, Conn.) — A Connecticut State Police trooper was arrested on a felony manslaughter charge after a report by the state inspector general alleged his use of deadly force was not justified in the January 2020 shooting of a 19-year-old Black man. Trooper Brian North, 31, surrendered TuesdayRead More →

Courtesy of Starz The new Starz series Gaslit, debuting Sunday, hopes to shine a lot more light on the lives of the major players in the Watergate scandal. Series creator Robbie Pickering tells ABC Audio he wanted to explore the humanity, and motivations, of those who were involved in the break-in that broughtRead More →