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Texas bar owner, armed men arrested for violating order to close

Police arrested Gabrielle Ellison and six armed men outside Ellison's establishment Monday for allegedly violating the state's order to close nonessential businesses.
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VIDEO: Texas bar owner, armed men arrested for violating order to close
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YouTube one-ups Facebook’s virtual graduation with stream featuring the Obamas

YouTube is honoring 2020 graduates who can’t physically walk across the stage to get their diploma with a virtual commencement ceremony featuring famous faces like Barack and Michelle Obama.
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YouTube is honoring 2020 graduates who can’t physically walk across the stage to get their diploma with a virtual commencement ceremony featuring famous faces like Barack and Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, the members of BTS, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
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Scientist files whistleblower complaint, alleges coronavirus warnings ignored

Dr. Rick Bright claims he was removed from his job in “retaliation” for raising concerns over the Trump administration’s response to the virus.
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VIDEO: Government scientist files whistleblower complaint, alleges coronavirus warnings ignored
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Shelf clouds spotted as severe storms roll over South Carolina

Record heat is expected in the Southwest with a high of 107 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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VIDEO: Shelf clouds spotted as severe storms roll over South Carolina
May 06

Severe weather for Plains, snow for Northeast and record heat for Southwest possible

Wind chills could be in the 20s in the Northeast this weekend.
May 06
ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA - MAY 04: Beach goers enjoy the weather at the Museum Pointe Park on May 04, 2020 in St. Lucie, Florida. Restaurants, retailers, as well as beaches and some state parks reopened today with caveats, as the state continues to ease restrictions put in place to contain COVID-19.  The counties of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade continue to maintain restrictions.
May 06

Trump says 'more death' likely as US reopens

Get the day's top stories in economic recovery and medical preparedness.
May 06
President Donald Trump participates in a tour of a Honeywell International plant that manufactures personal protective equipment in Phoenix, May 5, 2020.
May 06

Mixed messages on masks from leaders has caused confusion for many

Guidance from national and local leaders has varied significantly.
May 06
Residents line up for free face masks provided by the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation staff distributed at the Mauro playground, May 5, 2020, in Queens, New York.
May 06

Fishermen, farmers suffering from food supply disruptions fear what's to come

The food supply chain has been hit hard by COVID-19 and there's no end in sight.
May 06
Fishermen in the northern Pacific Ocean are already seeing a drop in demand and prices for fish and fear what the rest of the year will look like as restaurants remain closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
May 06

Tribes to see some coronavirus relief money after a month

"Too little, too late," says Democratic New Mexico Sen. Tom Udall
May 06
Relief workers prepare supplies at a farm, used as a base for aid to Navajo families quarantined in their homes due to the coronavirus disease near Shiprock, N.M., April 7, 2020.
May 06

Nearly $1 million dropped on highway during pursuit with police

“K9 Beny usually gets all the glory in these types of incidents," police said.
May 06
“K9 Beny usually gets all the glory in these types of incidents," police said.
May 06

Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized

The Supreme Court justice was admitted for a "benign gallbladder condition," which caused an infection. She is expected to hear the court's oral arguments from the hospital by telephone.
May 06
VIDEO: Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized
May 06

Tracking the coronavirus origins

Was the virus natural or lab-created? Former Trump Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert unpacks what we know.
May 06
VIDEO: Tracking the coronavirus origins
May 06

New video emerges in fatal Georgia shooting of unarmed black man

Lee Merritt, the attorney for the family of Ahmaud Arbery, speaks out after prosecutors decide to send the case to a grand jury.
May 06
VIDEO: New video emerges in fatal Georgia shooting of unarmed black man
May 06

The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 5, 2020

Stay up to date on the developing stories making headlines.
May 06
VIDEO: The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 5, 2020
May 06

By the numbers: Free meals to rural students

USDA expands a program sending 5 million meals a week to eligible rural students no longer getting school meals.
May 06
VIDEO: By the numbers: Free meals to rural students
May 06

Offering hope to those in foster care

A foster care village is helping children cope with the pandemic.
May 06
VIDEO: Offering hope to those in foster care
May 06

Muir discusses 1-on-1 with President Trump

ABC News World News Tonight anchor David Muir joins Linsey Davis to discuss his exclusive interview with the president about the latest on the COVID-19 response.
May 06
VIDEO: Muir discusses 1-on-1 with President Trump
May 06

Over 5,000 corrections officers have contracted COVID-19

The pandemic continues to rage on inside prisons.
May 06
The Englewood Federal Correctional Institution is shown in this aerial view Feb. 18, 2020, in Littleton, Colo.
May 05

As NYC subways prepare for disinfecting, homeless will have to find alternate refuge

“Everyone has to get off those trains,” said the NYPD's chief of department.
May 05
NYPD and MTA officers wake up a sleeping passenger before directing him to exit the 207th Street A-train station, April 30, 2020, in New York City.
May 05

New bill would forgive medical school debt for COVID-19 health workers

Many still owe hundreds of thousands of dollars.
May 05
Dr. Manuel "Trey" Penton III, pediatric infectious disease doctor at SUNY Downstate Medical Center and Kings County Hospital.
May 05

Florida police investigating car crash

The car came barreling out of a shopping center parking lot in reverse, stopping traffic before it landed atop two parked cars.⁣
May 05
Florida police investigating car crash
May 05

Summer camps are trying to figure out ways to operate safely during pandemic

Susie Lupert, executive director of the American Camp Association of New York and New Jersey, discussed whether camps will be open this summer.
May 05
VIDEO: Summer camps are trying to figure out ways to operate safely during pandemic
May 05

Overflowing frozen river pushes ice over its banks

People rushed to get out of the way as a torrent of ice came over the river bank in Aniak, Alaska.
May 05
VIDEO: Overflowing frozen river pushes ice over its banks
May 05

Manatee calf rescued off coast of Florida

The calf was transported for treatment and rehabilitation after it was found to be underweight.
May 05
VIDEO: Manatee calf rescued off coast of Florida
May 05

News headlines today: May 5, 2020

Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.
May 05
VIDEO: News headlines today: July 1, 2019
May 05

Barack and Michelle Obama will deliver commencement speeches for the class of 2020

The Obamas will be taking part in multiple graduation events.
May 05
Former President Barack Obama speaks at a rally to support Michigan democratic candidates, Oct. 26, 2018, in Detroit.
May 05

Cops arrest armed men, bar owner who violated order to close

Sheriff said they were there to intimidate officers.
May 05
Wyatt Winn is led away in handcuffs outside Big Daddy Zane's bar, May 4, 2020, near Odessa, Texas. Winn and others showed up armed to support the bar's owner in her decision to open and serve customers despite the Texas governor's orders during the coronavirus outbreak prohibiting its operation until later in May.
May 05

Lightning electrifies clouds over Colorado

The lightning strikes flashed behind clouds during a storm in Galeton.
May 05
VIDEO: Lightning electrifies clouds over Colorado
May 05

Principal surprises 220 graduates with a celebratory visit to their home

He said they'd voted for a traditional graduation on a future date.
May 05
Tabari Wallace, a principal in North Carolina, and his teachers visited all 220 graduating seniors from West Craven High School at their homes to recognize them for their huge achievement.
May 05

Cops thought they were pulling over impaired driver. It was actually a 5-year-old boy

A Utah Highway Patrol Trooper got quite a surprise when he went to pull over a swerving car Monday afternoon.
May 05
A Utah Highway Patrol Trooper got quite a surprise when he went to pull over a swerving car Monday afternoon.
May 05

Police chase leads suspect to drop almost $1 million on highway during pursuit

“K9 Beny usually gets all the glory in these types of incidents," police said.
May 05
A California Highway Patrol officer’s K9 partner Beny was able to alert the authorities to the odor of narcotics on the recovered currency after a police chase on May 1, 2020 in Merced County, California.
May 05

Bringing America Back: Experts warn of limitations of tech for contact tracing

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May 05
In this Feb. 13, 2020, file photo, public health nurse Jennifer Morgan, right, checks-in via phone with a patient self-quarantined at home who had some risk of exposure to the coronavirus as University of Washington epidemiology student Erika Feutz observes at the public health agency for Seattle and King County.
May 05

Cops thought they were pulling over impaired driver. It was actually a 5-year-old boy

“It was pretty clear when the window came down, that it was an underage driver.”
May 05
On May 4th, 2020 just before noon, a Utah Highway Patrol Trooper stopped a 5-year-old child on his way to California to buy a Lamborghini.
May 05

Mindfulness in a pandemic

ABC News’ Dan Harris offers Linsey Davis a practical guide to meditation during a pandemic.
May 05
VIDEO: Mindfulness in a pandemic
May 05

The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 4, 2020

Stay up to date on the developing stories making headlines.
May 05
VIDEO: The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 4, 2020
May 05

Staying focused on mental health

ABC News’ Maggie Rulli on why taking care of your brain and body by finding your own therapy, including dance, is so important during times of stress and isolation.
May 05
VIDEO: Staying focused on mental health
May 05

Lessons learned from quarantine

ABC News’ David Wright on human resilience and the creativity found in isolation during the pandemic.
May 05
VIDEO: Lessons learned from quarantine
May 05

By the numbers: Retail sector in crisis

J.Crew is the first major retailer to file for bankruptcy during the coronavirus pandemic, but experts say many more will follow.
May 05
VIDEO: By the numbers: Retail sector in crisis
May 04

Greg Zanis, who built crosses to honor victims of mass shootings, has died

He was a "giant among men," his hometown mayor said.
May 04
Greg Zanis of Aurora, Ill., prepares crosses to place at a makeshift memorial for victims of a mass shooting at a shopping complex in El Paso, Texas, Aug. 5, 2019. Zanis, struggling against terminal bladder cancer, died early Monday, May 4, 2020, he was 69 according to a family member.
May 04

Stockpile of unsold cars sits idle at US port

One expert said automobile sales in 2020 could be up to 25% lower than 2019.
May 04
One expert said automobile sales in 2020 could be up to 25% lower than 2019.
May 04

Police chief's ban stokes flap over 'thin blue line' masks

The masks were paid for and distributed by the police union.
May 04
San Francisco police chief Bill Scott speaks during a news conference at the San Francisco Police Academy, May 15, 2018 in San Francisco.
May 04

Park ranger pushed in lake after enforcing social distancing

The incident occurred on Thursday at Commons Ford, a public park that is home to Lake Austin, and was captured on a video posted on social media.
May 04
Park ranger pushed in lake after enforcing social distancing
May 04

Don Shula, legendary Miami Dolphins coach, dies at 90

Shula led the Miami Dolphins to two Super Bowl victories and the only perfect season in National Football League history.
May 04
Shula led the Miami Dolphins to two Super Bowl victories and the only perfect season in National Football League history.
May 04

Crime down in New York City as residents shelter in place: NYPD

Overall reported incidents are down by nearly 29%.
May 04
NYPD officers walk by people enjoying the warmer temperatures along the Hudson River on May 03, 2020, in New York.
May 04

Teacher Appreciation Week gets underway despite pandemic

As millions of the nation’s school teachers are navigating education online during the coronavirus pandemic, we’re putting some of these home-school heroes in the spotlight.
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Panera Bread starts initiative to provide meals to those in need during pandemic

Panera CEO Niren Chaudhary discussed the company’s partnership with “Feeding America.”
May 04
VIDEO: Panera Bread starts initiative to provide meals to those in need during pandemic
May 04

How the Girl Scouts are responding to COVID-19

Sylvia Acevedo, CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA, discussed the changes the organization made to ensure the success of the digital movement and their initiatives to give back.
May 04
VIDEO: How the Girl Scouts are responding to COVID-19
May 04

Man allegedly pushed Austin park ranger enforcing social distancing into a lake

The ranger was captured on video telling a crowd to stand six feet apart.
May 04
Brandon Hicks, 25, was arrested and charged with attempted assault on a public service worker after allegedly pushing a park ranger into a lake in Austin, Texas.
May 04

A man dressed as the Grim Reaper visits beaches in Florida

He protested the beaches reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, donning the costume to urge people to stay away despite lifted restrictions.
May 04
He protested the beaches reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, donning the costume to urge people to stay away despite lifted restrictions.
May 04

Firefighters airlift a cow to safety after it fell down a cliff

A veterinarian treated the cow on the scene before the animal was removed from the foot of the Monte Calvo mountain by helicopter.
May 04
A veterinarian treated the cow on the scene before the animal was removed from the foot of the Monte Calvo mountain by helicopter.
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