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  • Convicted Boston Marathon Bomber Begins Appeals Process

    Convicted Boston Marathon Bomber Begins Appeals Process

    (BOSTON) — Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has taken the first step in what could be a lengthy appeals process. On Monday, the legal team representing Tsarnaev filed a preliminary motion for a new trial after the 21-year-old was convicted on multiple charges and sentenced last month to death on six of them.  The basis of the request was not immediately clear.  Defense attorneys called the filing a “placeholder” until post-trial motions are decided but it does mark the start of appeals that could significantly delay capital punishment.  Tsarnaev is currently at a high-security prison in Colorado awaiting eventual transfer to federal death […]

  • No Evidence of Shooting After Lockdown at Walter Reed Medical Center

    No Evidence of Shooting After Lockdown at Walter Reed Medical Center

    (BETHESDA, Md.) — No injuries were reported at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center campus near Bethesda, Maryland, following a report of a suspected active shooter. Someone made a phone call Monday morning reporting noises that could have been shots, the Montgomery County Police said. The center announced a shelter in place order soon after the call was made. However, officers responded and found no confirmed shots and no reported injuries, police said. Officers were still working to clear each floor and room as of this afternoon, police said. Patient care at the facility is suspended for the rest […]

  • Kelsea Ballerini Reveals How She Celebrated Her First #1 Hit, "Love Me Like You Mean It"

    Kelsea Ballerini Reveals How She Celebrated Her First #1 Hit, "Love Me Like You Mean It"

    Kelsea Ballerini has answered a few questions you submitted for Vevo’s Ask: Reply session, and she’s shared quite a few fun facts about herself in the video. Here’s a roundup of our favorite Kelsea revelations: –How she celebrated her first #1 hit, “Love Me Like You Mean It”: Bought beautiful, pink high heels and new perfume. –Food she can’t live without: Chicken tenders and honey mustard. –Favorite throwback country song: Shania Twain‘s “Any Man of Mine,” which she’s been performing with Lady Antebellum when she’s on the road with them. –Favorite places to shop: Nordstrom for shoes. Posh boutique in […]

  • Walter Reed Medical Center on Lockdown After Report of Suspected 'Active Shooter'

    Walter Reed Medical Center on Lockdown After Report of Suspected 'Active Shooter'

    (BETHESDA, Md.) — The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center campus near Bethesda, Maryland, placed a shelter in place order this morning following reports of a suspected active shooter. Montgomery County Police officers responded but have not confirmed the initial report of a gunshot heard on campus. The National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Medical Center joined in 2011, forming the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, one of the largest military medical centers in the U.S. Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

  • US South Carolina Lawmakers Launch Into Debate Over Confederate Flag Removal

    US South Carolina Lawmakers Launch Into Debate Over Confederate Flag Removal

    (COLUMBIA, S.C.) — The fate of the Confederate flag on the South Carolina state capitol grounds is up for debate on Monday as lawmakers launch into the controversial topic. The state’s general assembly is returning to Columbia to debate the use of the flag as well as finalize budget issues.  No decision is expected to be finalized on Monday, but the topic is going to be raised in both the state Senate and the state House of Representatives. Making any changes regarding the flag requires a two-thirds super-majority in both chambers under the terms of the 2000 deal that moved […]

  • San Francisco Shooting Suspect Says He Kept Coming Back to the City to Avoid Deportation

    San Francisco Shooting Suspect Says He Kept Coming Back to the City to Avoid Deportation

    (SAN FRANCISCO) — An undocumented immigrant suspected of killing a woman at a San Francisco pier said he chose the city for its sanctuary policies — that is, he knew San Francisco was a good place to avoid deportation, he told ABC station KGO-TV. In an exclusive jailhouse interview, a KGO-TV reporter asked Francisco Sanchez, the alleged gunman, “Did you keep coming back to San Francisco because you knew that they wouldn’t actively look for you to deport you?” and Sanchez responded, “Yes.” Sanchez, who has been deported five times, told KGO-TV he started wandering on Pier 14 on Wednesday […]

  • Luke Bryan Reveals Track Listing, Special Guest for "Kill the Lights," Due Out August 7

    Luke Bryan Reveals Track Listing, Special Guest for "Kill the Lights," Due Out August 7

    Luke Bryan‘s new album, Kill the Lights, is due out August 7 featuring six tracks co-written by Luke himself. There are 13 songs total on the project, but if you buy the Target exclusive version, you’ll get three bonus cuts all co-written by Luke. One song on the album, “Home Alone Tonight,” features Little Big Town‘s Karen Fairchild on guest vocals. Luke’s latest hit, “Kick the Dust Up,” is the lead track on Kill the Lights. Look for him to perform that song on ABC’s Good Morning America on the album’s release date, Friday, August 7. Here’s the Kill the […]