Medieval re-enactor on horseback killed after being impaled on his own lance

A Virginia man on horseback playing a Medieval knight in a reenactment performance in Kentucky died after he apparently dropped his lance and then became impaled upon it, according to his brother. Peter Barclay, 52, a retired Army lieutenant colonel, had been performing medieval horseback for 30 years all over the world, his brother, John…
Train catches fire in southern Germany; no injuries

Train catches fire in southern Germany; no injuries

Interested in Germany? Add Germany as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Germany news, video, and analysis from ABC News. German authorities say a high-speed ICE train caught fire on the journey between Frankfurt and Cologne, causing no injuries but leading to delays along the well-traveled route. The fire broke out…

Reports: Kim Jong Un may be on way to China for summit

Interested in North Korea? Add North Korea as an interest to stay up to date on the latest North Korea news, video, and analysis from ABC News. South Korean media reported late Monday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may be on his way to Beijing for his fourth summit with Chinese leader Xi…
‘SNL’ tackles immigration crisis, and needles recently arrested Alec Baldwin

‘SNL’ tackles immigration crisis, and needles recently arrested Alec Baldwin

"Saturday Night Live" tackled the issue of immigration and the caravans traveling through Mexico on the last show before the midterm elections. They also took a little bit of a shot at Alec Baldwin, the recently arrested actor who plays Donald Trump on the show. The cold open sent us to Fox News for an…
Reform, once avoided, now embraced in Chicago mayor’s race

Reform, once avoided, now embraced in Chicago mayor’s race

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DOJ announces second sexual harassment in workplace lawsuit

For the second time this year, the Justice Department is taking action against alleged perpetrators of sexual harassment in the workplace as part of an initiative to combat the problem. On Wednesday, the Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit against a government contractor providing support to teachers in Allegan County, Michigan, on behalf of two…
American ISIS suspect freed from US custody after 13 months without charges

American ISIS suspect freed from US custody after 13 months without charges

The Trump administration has released an American citizen who was captured and accused of being a member of ISIS, but never charged after more than a year in U.S. custody. His release ends the long legal saga and questions over what power the U.S. government has to detain a U.S. citizen and what power the…
Powerful cold front brings snow squalls, gusty winds to Midwest and Northeast

Powerful cold front brings snow squalls, gusty winds to Midwest and Northeast

A strong cold front brought snow squalls, gusty winds and some hail to parts of the Midwest on Saturday. Wind gusts close to 60 mph were reported from Iowa to Michigan, including parts of Chicago and Indianapolis. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Weather news,…
Hollywood actors, CEOs charged in nationwide college admissions cheating scam

Hollywood actors, CEOs charged in nationwide college admissions cheating scam

Hollywood actors, including Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, and a slew of chief executives are among 50 people charged in a nationwide college admissions cheating scam, according to court records unsealed in Boston Tuesday. Those indicted allegedly paid bribes of up to $6 million to get their children into elite colleges, including Yale, Stanford, Georgetown…
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo makes surprise visit to Iraq

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo makes surprise visit to Iraq

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has stopped in Iraq during a tour of the Mideast, according to local TV reports. The unannounced visit on Wednesday comes as Pompeo is meeting with allies in the region to discuss conflicting statements from President Donald Trump and U.S. officials on an announced withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria,…

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