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Douglas Sacha/Getty Images (NASSAU, Bahamas) — A recent high school graduate from Louisiana is missing after going overboard while on a trip to the Bahamas, school officials said. Cameron Robbins, who attended University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge, was on a trip with a group of students when he went overboardRead More →

San Francisco District Attorney’s Office (SAN FRANCISCO) — The family of a man fatally shot by a security guard in a San Francisco Walgreens last month during an apparent shoplifting altercation has filed a $25 million wrongful death lawsuit. Banko Brown, 24, died on April 27 following an altercation with theRead More →

Ariel Skelley/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Top teachers across the country say they face major hurdles in the classroom — including staffing shortages, the pinch of low pay and addressing students’ mental health — many of which stem from closures during the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent ABC News survey found. “IRead More →

Nick Ansell/PA Images via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Two members of a climate activist group were arrested and charged Friday for allegedly defacing an art exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., during a protest last month. Timothy Martin of North Carolina, and Joanna Smith of NewRead More →

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The LSU Tigers women’s basketball team’s national championship celebration at the White House on Friday was marked by a scary moment when a player fainted during the event. Sa’Myah Smith, a freshman forward, seemed to signal she was in distress before she collapsed. The eventRead More →

VioletaStoimenova/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — The threat to Social Security payments posed by a debt ceiling impasse keeps Linda Stanberry, 76, dwelling on her worst fear: the loss of the home she has lived in for 48 years. Stanberry, who depends entirely on about $1,800 she receives in federal benefitsRead More →