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ABC News Live: FDA panel unanimously recommends Johnson & Johnson boosters

Plus, President Joe Biden’s child care plan and the future of the Latino vote in the US.
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VIDEO: ABC News Live: FDA panel unanimously recommends booster doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine
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Biden pushes lower childcare costs

Plus, the latest on President Joe Biden's bipartisan infrastructure deal and the broader social safety net bill.
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VIDEO: Biden pushes lower childcare costs
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Shipping executive talks supply chain nightmare

Executive director of the port of Houston speaks on problems affecting the supply chain and what can be done to alleviate the bottleneck.
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VIDEO: Shipping executive talks supply chain nightmare
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Future of the Latino vote in the US

The CEO of the nonpartisan, nonprofit NALEO discusses the importance of the Latino vote going forward in U.S. elections as well as the community’s contributions to the country.
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VIDEO: Future of the Latino vote in the US
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On Location: October 15, 2021

Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.
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Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.
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Murdaugh family murders, mysteries: Timeline

Alex Murdaugh turned himself in at the Hampton County Detention Center Thursday.
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Lawyer Alex Murdaugh walks into his bond hearing, Sept. 16, 2021, in Varnville, S.C.
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DOJ to ask Supreme Court to block Texas abortion law

The move comes after a federal appeals court allowed SB8 to remain in effect.
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PHOTO: Protesters organized by NYC for abortion rights demonstrate outside Saint Pauls Roman Catholic Church in the Brooklyn Borough of New York City, on Oct. 9, 2021.
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Feel good Friday: Father-daughter duo’s school spirit

Air force veteran goes viral for cheering on daughter.
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VIDEO: Feel good Friday: Father-daughter duo’s school spirit
October 15

ABC News Live: John Deere workers on strike for 2nd day in a row

Plus, the FDA is set to meet and discuss booster shots; and making tamales for Hispanic Heritage Month.
October 15
VIDEO: ABC News Live: John Deere workers on strike for 2nd day in a row
October 15

Officials vow to replace lead pipes in city amid water crisis

There has been high levels of lead in the city's water for the past 3 years.
October 15
A water tower is pictured, Oct. 24, 2018, near downtown Benton Harbor, Mich.
October 15

Parkland school shooting suspect plans to plead guilty

Cruz was arrested in the 2018 killing of 14 students and three staff members.
October 15
In this Feb.14, 2018 file photo people are brought out of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School after a shooting at the school in Parkland, Fla.
October 15

ABC News Live: Former President Bill Clinton hospitalized

Plus, Trump adviser Steve Bannon is facing criminal contempt charges, and the deadline for TSA workers to get vaccinated looms.
October 15
VIDEO: ABC News Live: Former President Bill Clinton hospitalized
October 15

John Deere workers striking for 2nd straight day

ABC News’ Terry Moran is at the strike’s front line, discussing its impact on John Deere workers across the country.
October 15
VIDEO: John Deere workers striking for 2nd straight day
October 15

Benton Harbor residents urged to keep drinking and cooking with bottled water

At least 100,000 bottles of water have been handed out over five days as lead continues to be detected in residents' water.
October 15
At least 100,000 bottles of water have been handed out over five days as lead continues to be detected in residents' water.
October 15

Ex-Boeing test pilot indicted in 737 Max probe

Boeing's former 737 MAX pilot, Mark Forkner, was indicted for fraud Thursday for allegedly misleading regulators about problems tied to the aircraft's two fatal crashes.
October 15
Boeing's former 737 MAX pilot, Mark Forkner, was indicted for fraud Thursday for allegedly misleading regulators about problems tied to the aircraft's two fatal crashes.
October 15

This is what conservationists need to do to prevent further loss of species in the US

The Biden administration is being criticized for lack of urgency.
October 15
Bachman's Swamp-Warbler.
October 15

Off-duty female officer charged with murder for shooting woman she found with partner

The police officer was taken into custody at the scene of the shooting.
October 15
An NYPD officer is in custody after she allegedly shot her intimate partner and another woman, killing the latter, on Oct. 13, 2021.
October 14

ABC News Live Prime: Thursday, October 14, 2021

John Deere workers on strike: ‘They can’t take our money’; Podcast hosts speaks on importance of Latino representation; Doctor breaks down Moderna’s booster shot and mixing of vaccines
October 14
VIDEO: ABC News Live Prime: Thursday, October 14, 2021
October 14

John Deere workers on strike: ‘They can’t take our money’

ABC News’ Terry Moran reports on the ongoing strikes across America, with thousands of workers from John Deere, Warrior Met Coal, Kellogg and Kaiser Hospitals hitting the picket lines.
October 14
VIDEO: John Deere workers on strike: ‘They can’t take our money’
October 14

Biden official on supply chain crunch: ‘Bumps along the way’ to reopen economy

ABC News’ Stephanie Ramos speaks with Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo on the Biden administration’s response to the supply chain crunch and rising prices.
October 14
VIDEO: Biden official on supply chain crunch: ‘Bumps along the way’ to reopen economy
October 14

By the Numbers: Heating bills expected to soar this winter

As winter nears, Americans are expected to pay as much as 54% more on heating bills compared to last year.
October 14
VIDEO: By the Numbers: Heating bills expected to soar this winter
October 14

The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 14, 2021

Stay up to date on the developing stories making headlines.
October 14
VIDEO: The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 14, 2021
October 14

Podcast hosts speaks on importance of Latino representation

ABC’s Stephanie Ramos speaks with “Hyphenated” podcast hosts Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo about Latino representation and the pressure of holding multiple ethnic identities.
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TikTok user sells human bones, ignites ethical debate online

A 21-year-old TikToker is selling spines and fetus skulls.
October 14
Jon-Pichaya Ferry is knowns as JonsBones on TikTok.
October 14

Teen sentenced to 9 years to life for killing of Barnard student

Luchiano Lewis, 16, one of three teenagers connected to the stabbing death of college student Tessa Majors, was sentenced to a maximum of nine years to life in prison on Thursday.
October 14
Luchiano Lewis, 16, one of three teenagers connected to the stabbing death of college student Tessa Majors, was sentenced to a maximum of nine years to life in prison on Thursday.
October 14

Pumpkin farmers ready to deliver fun this Halloween season

Have no fear this Halloween season.
October 14
Brigette Basse, co-owner of “Pumpkin Town Farms,” in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
October 14

Judge faces criticism following report that Black children were illegally jailed

Eleven children were charged with a crime that doesn't exist, the attorney said.
October 14
The entrance to the Rutherford County Juvenile Services Center in Murfreesboro, Tenn., is pictured in a Google Maps Street View image collected in August 2019.
October 14

ABC News Live: Thousands of John Deere workers go on strike

Plus, what is causing the global supply chain crisis? Also, a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel met Thursday to discuss Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots.
October 14
VIDEO: ABC News Live: Thousands of John Deere workers go on strike
October 14

Thousands of John Deere workers go on strike

More than 10,000 Deere & Co. workers went on strike after the union rejected a contract offer earlier this week that would have delivered a 5% to 6% raise for workers.
October 14
VIDEO: Thousands of John Deere workers go on strike
October 14

What is causing the global supply chain crisis?

Port congestion and worker shortages have led to delays that have raised prices for consumers and slowed the global economic recovery.
October 14
VIDEO: What is causing the global supply chain crisis?
October 14

Black man shot 7 times in potential hate crime, police say

The victim's brother said the shooter said the n-word "over and over again."
October 14
Bobby Gayle is seen in this undated photo.
October 14

Teen sentenced to maximum for Barnard student slaying, parents speak on their grief

Tessa Majors, 18, was stabbed to death while walking through a Manhattan park.
October 14
An undated photo shows Tessa Majors, an 18-year old Barnard College student who died after she was stabbed in Morningside Park in Upper Manhattan, N.Y., Dec. 11, 2019.
October 14

Family, friends remember college student Miya Marcano at funeral service

Miya's body was found Oct. 2, eight days after she was last seen.
October 14
The casket for Miya Marcano at her funeral service, Oct. 14, 2021, at the Cooper City Church of God, in Cooper City, Fla.
October 14

ABC News Live: FDA set to meet, discuss authorization of booster shots

Plus, major supply chain issues are threatening holiday shopping, and a young woman from Texas had to travel out of state to get an abortion.
October 14
VIDEO: ABC News Live: FDA set to meet, discuss authorization of booster shots
October 14

Biden provides update on COVID-19 response, vaccination effort

President Joe Biden urged Americans to keep getting vaccinated, saying COVID cases are down 47% and hospitalizations down 38% over the last six weeks.
October 14
VIDEO: Biden provides update on COVID-19 response, vaccination effort
October 14

Why a brewery is crowdfunding lawsuits over the axing of school mask mandates

"I didn't get into brewing beer to take school boards to court."
October 14
Waukesha School District building in Wisconsin.
October 14

John Deere workers on strike

Labor Notes writer Jonah Furman shares his insights on why workers are striking.
October 14
VIDEO: John Deere workers on strike
October 14

ABC News Live: John Deere workers go on strike

Plus, the FDA is set to discuss emergency authorization of booster shots and new details on the deadly attack in Norway.
October 14
VIDEO: ABC News Live: John Deere workers go on strike
October 14

'Corazón de América’ examines colorism in the Latino community

The Soul of a Nation special is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by holding conversations about difficult topics.
October 14
The Soul of a Nation special is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by holding conversations about difficult topics.
October 14

Trump must give videotaped deposition in protest lawsuit, judge orders

The protest followed Trump's calling Mexican immigrants criminals and rapists.
October 14
In this Sep. 3, 2015 file photo Trump's director of security and longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller with demonstrator Efrain Galicia (blue shirt) at Trump Tower, New York.
October 14

Friends and family of Miya Marcano gather for celebration of life ceremony

Miya Marcano's body was found in a wooded Orlando, Florida, area eight days after her family reported her missing.
October 14
Miya Marcano's body was found in a wooded Orlando, Florida, area eight days after her family reported her missing.
October 14

Henrietta Lacks' grandchildren sue biotech company

"HeLa" cells have led to several medical breakthroughs.
October 14
A photo of Henrietta Lacks shortly after she and her husband David Lacks moved from Clover, Virginia to Baltimore, Maryland in the early 1940s.
October 14

Chicago police union battles vaccine mandate

Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city is prepared to deal with any fallout related to the vaccination requirement.
October 14
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city is prepared to deal with any fallout related to the vaccination requirement.
October 14

‘Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier’ | Oct 18 only on Hulu

George Stephanopoulos sits down with former MI6 spy Christopher Steele for an exclusive interview. His first since the publication of the series of intelligence report known as the Steele dossier.
October 14
VIDEO: ‘Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier’ | Oct 18 only on Hulu
October 14

Ex-principal who spent 33 years in prison for wife's murder fights to clear his name

Fourth grade teacher Mickey Bryan was killed in Clifton, Texas in 1985.
October 14
Joe Bryan is seen here with his wife Mickey Bryan in this family photo.
October 14

Off-duty female officer allegedly kills woman, police say

A New York City police officer is in custody after she allegedly shot two women, killing one, at a home in Brooklyn.
October 14
A New York City police officer is in custody after she allegedly shot two women, killing one, at a home in Brooklyn.
October 14

Don't rely on safety systems in cars during bad weather, AAA warns

Features like automatic braking and lane assist become less effective in rain.
October 14
A car speeds through a flooded street ahead of the Tropical Storm Nicholas, Sept. 13, 2021 in Galveston, Texas.
October 13

ABC News Live Prime: Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Army general adopted as baby reunites with half-brothers; SCOTUS weighing death penalty for Boston bomber; Dave Grohl says he needed music ‘to heal me’ after Kurt Cobain’s death
October 13
VIDEO: ABC News Live Prime: Wednesday, October 13, 2021
October 13

SCOTUS weighing death penalty for Boston bomber

ABC News’ Devin Dwyer breaks down the Supreme Court hearing over whether Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will get the death penalty for the 2013 attack that killed three and injured more than 200.
October 13
VIDEO: SCOTUS weighing death penalty for Boston bomber
October 13

Former NASA astronaut: Civilian flights ‘opening space wide open’

ABC News’ Trevor Ault speaks with retired NASA astronaut Cady Coleman on the latest Blue Origin launch, when actor William Shatner expressed awe after becoming the oldest person to reach space.
October 13
VIDEO: Former NASA astronaut: Civilian flights ‘opening space wide open’