Keith Raniere, center, in May 2, 2019 courtroom drawing.

Disgraced Self-Improvement Guru Sentenced To 120 Years In Abuse Case

The founder of the company Nxivm, Keith Raniere declared in court that he had no remorse because "I do believe I am innocent of the charges."


0:21Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond
Steve Helber / AP

Richmond, Virginia, Robert E. Lee Statue To Stay Standing For Now

2:31A man stands holds merchandise outside of a damaged store after protest in Philadelphia over the death of Walter Wallace
Michael Perez / AP

Protests Erupt Following Police Shooting In Philadelphia

2:26Health workers in protective clothing
AP Photo/Rick Bowmer

New COVID-19 Cases And Hospitalizations Up; Deaths May Follow

0:41People clean up debris after a protest.
Michael Perez / AP

Police Shooting Sparks Violent Protests In Philadelphia

1:08A firefighter prepares to put out hotspots while battling the Silverado Fire in California

Wildfires In California Drive 100,000 People From Their Homes

0:36Hurricane Zeta approaches Cancun, Mexico
Victor Ruiz Garcia / AP

Zeta Makes Landfall On Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula

1:01Photo from a home north of Granby, Colorado.
Jessy Ellenberger / AP

Colorado Deals With A Devastating Wildfire Season

3:40American Airlines A321

American Airlines Pilot: Masks 'Widely Disregarded' In The Cockpit

2:23Cincinnati Children's Hospital began COVID-19 vaccine trials on kids 12 years old and above.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Inside The U.S.' First COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trial For Kids

0:51A fire truck drives past the Rocky Mountains
U.S. Forest Service / AP

Winter Storm Could Help Fight Colorado Wildfires

3:07Soldier does leg tuck
Cpl. Shaylin Quaid / DVIDS

Will The Army's New Physical Fitness Test Negatively Impact Women?

1:11An air tanker drops retardant on the Olinda Fire burning in Anderson, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020
Noah Berger / AP

Hazardous Weather Conditions Prompt Fire Concerns In California

0:31This surveillance image provided by the Boston Police Department shows a man approaching a ballot drop box.
Boston Police Department / AP

FBI Investigating Boston Ballot Box Fire

1:43Archbishop Wilton Gregory will be America's First Black Cardinal

Pope Announces America's First Black Cardinal: Wilton Gregory

1:02Chief of staff Mark Meadows
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

Pres. Trump's Chief of Staff: 'We're Not Going To Control Pandemic'

0:58Tropical Storm Zeta is strengthening in the Gulf Coast.
National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center

Tropical Storm Zeta Forming, Could Reach Gulf Coast By Wednesday

1:13A nurse prepares a shot that is part of a possible COVID-19 vaccine, developed by the NIH and Moderna

Fauci: COVID-19 Vaccine Verdict By End Of The Year

1:06People march during a protest rally for Marcellis Stinnette who was killed by Waukegan Police last Tuesday in Waukegan, IL.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

Waukegan Police Officer Fired Following Fatal Traffic Stop Shooting

1:19Election worker pulls ballots from sorting machine at King County Elections office in Renton, Washington.
Elaine Thompson / AP

U.S.: Russian Hackers Target State, Local Networks As Election Nears

1:54Nurse prepares experimental COVID-19 vaccine
Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP

Medical Experts Talk Distribution Of Possible COVID Vaccine

1:03Gen. John Hyten
Andrew Harnik / AP

Case Continues Against One of Highest-Ranking Military Officers

0:29Istanbul's skyline
Emrah Gurel / AP

U.S. Issues Security Alert To Americans In Turkey

0:28The East Troublesome Fire in Colorado
Jessy Ellenberger / AP

Colorado Wildfire Season Could Slow With Colder Temperatures

AP Images

Iran, Russia Deny Taking Voter Information To Influence U.S. Election

0:27Ghislane Maxwell.
AP / Dominique Mollard

Ghislaine Maxwell's Deposition Transcript Unsealed

0:30Photos show former officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office

Judge Drops 3rd Degree Murder Charge In George Floyd Case

Chad Lindstrom, ABC15, Phoenix

Hopi Tribe Races To Expand Access To Clean Running Water

1:19Work continues on an excavation of a potential unmarked mass grave from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre at Oaklawn Cemetery
Sue Ogrocki / AP

10 More Bodies Found In Search For Tulsa Massacre Victims

1:55Students at an outdoor school

As Coronavirus Cases Climb, Schools Weigh Cost Of In-Person Class

0:59Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
Jacquelyn Martin / AP

White House Denies Reports McConnell Warned Against Relief Deal