National: Breaking US News from ABC News

Donald Trump arrives for a rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Here is the latest US News from ABC News.

Full Episode: Nightline 04/25/16: Johnny Manziel, Once Top NFL Prospect Turned Party Boy
Political Punch: Kasich Calls Trump ‘Desperate’; Beyonce Gets Personal with ‘Lemonade’; NBA Stars’ Kids Grab the Postgame Spotlight

Watch: Homeowners Seek Federal Aid for Damage in Massive Landslide Zone
Recent heavy rains have triggered landslides in Colorado Springs, costing many residents hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages to their homes.

Walt Disney Cruise Ship Rescues Fugitives off Coast of Cuba
A Walt Disney cruise ship has rescued three fugitives off the coast of Cuba who were wanted in New Orleans

10 Things to Know for Today
10 Things to Know for Today

Fight Breaks out After City Council Meeting in Alabama
A heated exchange about finances at a city council meeting in Alexander City, Alabama, turned into a fistfight between the mayor and a council member

3 Tropical Storm Names Being Retired After Deadly Season
The organization that names tropical storms and hurricanes says it will retire the names Erika, Joaquin and Patricia following the 2015 season

Police Chief: Charges Expected in Delaware Student’s Death
A police chief in Delaware says charges are expected to be filed by the end of the week in connection with the death of a 16-year-old high school student

North Carolina Deputies Shoot and Kill Woman at Home
Authorities in Henderson County say sheriff’s deputies have shot and killed a woman who pulled what appeared to be a weapon on them during a welfare check at her home

Adnan Syed’s Road to a Retrial
The world anxiously awaits for a judge to decide whether Syed gets new trial.

Storms on Tuesday Could Bring Powerful Tornadoes to Plains
Forecasters say a severe weather outbreak with powerful, long-track tornadoes and enormous hail is possible Tuesday in the Great Plains

Quotations in the News
Quotations in the News

Panel to Hold Clemency Hearing for Georgia Death Row Inmate
The state parole board plans to hold a clemency hearing Tuesday for a Georgia death row inmate scheduled to die this week

AP Explains: GOP Battles Bailout Perception on Puerto Rico
House Republicans working to help Puerto Rico avoid economic collapse have faced setbacks, as nationwide ads erroneously charge that their bill supports a financial bailout for the territory

No Regrets Expressed by Officials in Dismissed Freeway Case
The dismissal of a criminal case against a man accused in Phoenix’s freeway shootings has raised questions about whether it was botched and whether others are responsible for the attacks

LGBT Debate Spurs Arrests at North Carolina Statehouse
A day of protests and arrests around North Carolina’s statehouse marked what’s likely to be weeks of impassioned debate over a law limiting protections for LGBT people

Planning Agency to Take Comments on FBI Site Redevelopment
The federal government’s planning agency is taking comments about how best to redevelop the site of the FBI headquarters

Full Episode: World News 04/25/16: Florida Home Struck By Small Plane
Cruz and Kasich Join Forces, But Is It Too Late to Stop Trump?; Lost Boat of Two Missing Florida Teens Found 8 Months Later

DuPont Reports Sales Down 5.5 Percent on Strong Dollar
DuPont Co. says its sales fell 5.5 percent from a year earlier in the first quarter to $7.4 billion, as the strong dollar and lower volumes weighed on its earnings

The Latest: Police Say Tamir Rice’s Kin Should Educate Kids
The president of a Cleveland police union says the family of a 12-year-old black boy shot dead by an officer while holding a pellet gun should use part of a $6 million settlement to educate children about the dangers of handling real and replica firearms

Today in History
Today in History

Authorities: Evidence of Pot, Cockfighting at Killing Scenes
As the investigation into the killings of eight family members in Ohio enters its fifth day, more details are being released

Union: Tamir Rice Settlement Money Should Help Educate Kids
The head of a Cleveland police union says the family of a 12-year-old black boy shot dead by a white police officer while playing with a pellet gun should use money from settlement to educate children

Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuits Challenging a North Carolina Election Law That Requires Voters Show Photo Identification When Casting Ballots
Federal judge dismisses lawsuits challenging a North Carolina election law that requires voters show photo identification when casting ballots

On 6th Day, Teen Carrying Brother Reaches Michigan Capitol
A 16-year-old boy and his disabled younger brother finished a 111-mile walk Monday, reaching the steps of the Michigan Capitol after the teen carried his sibling for all but the last half-mile

No Regrets Expressed by Officials in Dismissed Freeway Case
The dismissal of a criminal case against a man accused in Phoenix’s freeway shootings has raised questions about whether it was botched and whether others are responsible for the attacks

Vermont Ski Resort Could Be Forced to Close Amid Fraud Probe
A federal receiver appointed to oversee the Jay Peak and Q Burke ski resorts amid the allegations of massive fraud says Jay Peak could close and Q Burke may not open if additional funding is not obtained

Federal Judge Upholds North Carolina Photo ID Mandate
A federal judge is dismissing lawsuits challenging a North Carolina election law that requires voters to show a photo identification when casting ballots

Autopsy: Newborn Killed by Dog Died of Bites to Head
An autopsy has found a 3-day-old California boy mauled to death by the family dog died from bites to his head

Watch: Small Plane Crashes Into House in Florida Neighborhood
A small plane crashed in Pompano Beach Monday afternoon, injuring three people.

Watch: IPhone of Teens Lost at Sea May Help Solve Mystery of Disappearance
Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, 14, went missing last summer during a fishing expedition off the coast of Florida.

The Latest: Sheriff Plans Fight Over Control of Orleans Jail
The man who runs the New Orleans jail says he’ll fight an effort to have a federal court appoint an outside party to manage the long-troubled lockup

US Says Piracy in Gulf of Guinea Increasing at Alarming Rate
The United States says piracy and armed robbery are increasing at an alarming rate in the Gulf of Guinea, pointing to two reports by industry experts of at least 32 attacks off the coast of Nigeria alone so far this year

Modest 2.5 Magnitude Earthquake Hits N. Carolina Mountains
Residents of a North Carolina mountain community are learning the sound of thunder accompanied by strange vibrations they felt was actually a minor earthquake

Small Plane Crashes Into Florida House With 3 Aboard
Officials say three people were injured when their small plane crashed into a Florida home

Once-Fugitive Real Estate Heir Eyes Los Angeles-Area Prison
Robert Durst is asking a federal judge to recommend a Los Angeles-area prison when he’s sentenced on the weapons charge that’s kept him in Louisiana pending his trial on a California murder charge

Forecasters Warn of Severe Weather Outbreak in Central US
Forecasters say a severe weather outbreak is possible Tuesday with powerful, long-track tornadoes and enormous hail predicted in some central and southern Plains states

Religious Leaders Object to Religious Objections Law
Several Methodist leaders are objecting to Mississippi’s new religious-objections law, saying it violates their religious principles

Facebook Threat Was Made Against Youngest Ohio Victim, AG Says
The victims were all members of the Rhoden family.

Watch: Cleveland Mayor on $6M Tamir Rice Settlement: ‘There Is No Price’ on ‘Loss of a 12-Year-Old Child’
The $6 million amount for the suit over 12-year-old Tamir Rice’s death will be paid over two years.

Ex-Art Studio Worker Pleads Guilty in ‘Afghan Girl’ Theft
A former suburban Philadelphia art gallery employee has pleaded guilty to her role in the theft of dozens of prints including the “Afghan Girl” photograph that once graced the cover of National Geographic

Poll Worker: Voters Given Wrong Ballots in Arizona Primary
A poll worker who was on duty during Arizona’s problematic presidential primary has testified that 36 Democratic voters were given incorrect ballots by an electronic machine and 20 other Democrats were listed in the wrong party

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