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Salman Abedi returned from Libya just days before attack that killed 22 people at Manchester Arena.
Russian officials allegedly had discussions on how to influence Donald Trump during his campaign.
Grande, 23, flew to Florida with her mother, Joan, after the Manchester Arena blast as the future of her "Dangerous Woman" world tour remains unclear.
Bikram Choudry was ordered to pay over $7 million in damages for sexual harassment but hasn't paid.
Investigators have concluded the Manchester suicide bomber did not act alone.
Authorities blame the parents, and officials say they don't plan to press charges for disturbing wildlife.
Authorities continue search for others who might have aided terror plot.
A reporter for the Guardian claims he was assaulted by the Republican in Montana.
Trump and Pope Francis met for around 30 minutes in the pope's private library at the Vatican and ended their high-profile meeting with a handshake.
Authorities believe Salman Abedi travelled to Libya since dropping out of college.
Trump allegedly asked two of his top intelligence officials to publicly deny any coordination with the Russians.
ABC News' Terry Moran and Molly Hunter report on the latest details of the Manchester bombing.
What you need to know about the Spratly Islands.
New York lottery winner comes forward to claim $24 million ticket.
Judy O'Connor was recognized for attending classes at Chapman University in support of her son, Marty O'Connor.
ABC News' Molly Hunter reports from a memorial to the victims of the Manchester bombing.
John Brennan testified before Congress that he was "concerned" about intelligence that revealed contact between Russian officials and people involved with Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports on how the White House is preparing for Trump's first foreign trip amid his reported classified intelligence leak to Russian officials and backlash from the firing of former FBI director James Comey.
The "Modern Family" star joins Debra Messing and Abigail Breslin for ABC's three-hour musical version of the 1987 movie.
Children and parents are turning to social media to find each other after the deadly explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
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