From ABC News. Keairra Woods, who was seen on surveillance video leaving a 2-year-old boy on a stranger’s doorstep, claims it was all a misunderstanding.
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From ABC News. ABC News’ Chief Political Analyst Matthew Dowd breaks down President Trump’s response to shut down the U.S. border, Khashoggi’s death and other news in politics.
From ABC News. Police are following up on all leads and tips to get information about what happened the night Jayme Closs’ parents were killed and she was kidnapped.
From ABC News. Saudi Arabia took 18 suspects into custody over the journalist’s slaying, while several top intelligence officials, some with ties to the crown prince, were dismissed.
From ABC News. Twenty-six-year-old Kenzie Houk had been shot in the back of the head, and police charged Jordan Brown, the son of Houk’s fiancÃ ?(c), for her murder.
From ABC News. After his arrest, Jordan Brown was held at the Lawrence County Jail. “The smallest jumpsuit they had, they put on him,” Chris Brown, Jordan’s father, recalled.
From ABC News. The Powerball jackpot has reached $470 million.
From ABC News. Kierra Coles’ family, who found her cellphone and purse in her parked car on a Chicago street, are desperate for answers.
From ABC News. Authorities said 18 Saudi citizens had been detained in Jamal Khashoggi’s slaying; at least five Saudi top officials were fired.
From ABC News. Jeremiah Harvey, 9, said he cried out in fear that he or his mother would be arrested after a woman said he’d sexually assaulted her.
From ABC News. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex head to Bondi Beach in Australia to join a weekly mental health initiative.
From ABC News. 21-year-old Jordan Brown talks for the first time about going to jail as a boy for a crime he says he didn’t commit in an interview with ABC News’ Juju Chang.
From ABC News. Central Texas got more than 1 foot of rain in 72 hours, turning rivers into rapids and prompting water rescues.
From ABC News. The woman seen on the home security recording is a friend of the child’s mom who dropped the child off at the wrong home and then sped away, according to police.