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Two Planes out of Houston Airport Change Course After Threat

Two Planes out of Houston Airport Change Course After Threat

KABC-TV(LOS ANGELES) -- A threat affecting planes originating in Houston prompted additional screening and course changes for at least two flights, ABC News has confirmed. The threat was found to be non-specific and non-credible.

First, a Delta flight from Houston to Atlanta was forced to turn around shortly after takeoff this morning due to security concerns. Customers and baggage were re-scree...

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Check Out the New Five-Minute "Independence Day: Resurgence" Trailer

Check Out the New Five-Minute "Independence Day: Resurgence" Trailer

Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox.(NEW YORK) -- Just in case the first two trailers didn't get your heart racing, we've now got a brand-new, extended trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence.

How extended? The new one clocks in at nearly five minutes, and it's all alien invasion eye candy. And if you're wondering why the aliens are returning after 20 years -- other than so we can enjoy Jeff Gold...

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In a Major Address, Obama Makes Case for Human Rights to Thousands in Vietnam

In a Major Address, Obama Makes Case for Human Rights to Thousands in Vietnam

HOANG DINH NAM/AFP/Getty Images(HANOI, Vietnam) President Obama sent a message to the government of Vietnam Tuesday make improvements on human rights in order to succeed as a nation.

He made his case in a speech to thousands in Hanoi, just one day after meeting with Vietnamese leaders.

"Nations are more successful when universal rights are upheld," the president said, saying countries prosper...

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CDC Official Says 'Thousands' May Have Arrived in US with Zika

CDC Official Says 'Thousands' May Have Arrived in US with Zika

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- Federal health officials on Tuesday said they believe "thousands" of people may have contracted the Zika virus before returning to the U.S. as they remain concerned that the virus might start to have ongoing transmission in the U.S.

Speaking at a panel at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director at the Cen...

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Threat of Zika Virus Forces Many to Shift Summer Travel Plans

Threat of Zika Virus Forces Many to Shift Summer Travel Plans

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A popular parenting Facebook page is populated these days primarily with posts about the Zika virus and travel safety.

One woman by the name of Dana writes that she originally planned a family trip to Aruba in August, but is now looking for alternate destinations to "avoid any Zika areas." She wondered if South Carolina would be a good August destination.

Dana is no...

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Bernie Sanders Argues He's Not 'Harming' Democratic Party

Bernie Sanders Argues He's Not 'Harming' Democratic Party

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders argued Tuesday that he's "absolutely not" harming the Democratic Party by staying in the 2016 primary race, but rather "invigorating" the party.

"I don't think I'm harming the Democratic Party," Sanders said in an interview on ABC's The View. "I think I'm invigorating American democracy and invigorating the Democratic Party...

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