President Donald Trump has made headlines on everything from immigration reform to the NFL, from Russia to the border wall. But which of these topics will come up when he gives his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night? The White House offered five agenda items the president will address: jobs and the economy, infrastructure, immigration, trade, and national security. But ABC News is looking at five other possibilities that might garner a mention or may be a silent presence in the room. The Dreamers
ONTARIO—A moose on the loose led police on a five hour chase this weekend. The two-year old buck first galloped onto an airport runway in Ontario, Canada Friday morning. Then, ran through traffic, backyards, driveways even at one point, two drivers just narrowly missed the moose. The city had to shut down a highway for a short time so the moose wouldn't jump into more moving traffic. Officials say this is very rare because moose are known to die due to prolonged bouts of stress.
ABC News--ISIS has claimed responsibility for the deadly explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, Monday that killed 22 people and injured 59 others. In a statement translated from Arabic, ISIS said that a soldier of the caliphate placed explosives among a gathering of crusaders -- meaning Christians -- at the Manchester Arena. The statement said about 30 were killed and about 70 were wounded.
(ABC) -- Target is testing a program similar to Amazon's Pantry. "Target Restock" allows customers to order household essentials, such as laundry detergent and paper towels, and have them delivered to their homes the next day. The service is being tested with employees at the company's headquarters in Minneapolis as the retailer looks to increase its online services. Currently, more than 8,000 items are available through the service.
(ABC NEWS)--The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is looking into complaints that the brakes can malfunction on some Nissan SUVs. The investigation covers about 110,000 Muranos from the 2009 model year. The government's Highway Safety Agency says 58 drivers have complained about the problem, with one reported crash that hurt three people.
(ABC News) -- Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and french toast products are being recalled due to possible listeria contamination. Pinnacle Foods notified distributors and retailers of the decision to pull products from store shelves after testing showed the presence of listeria at one of its production plants. The recall is precautionary, and no illnesses have been reported.
(ABC News) -- Toyota is recalling 250,000 of its 2016 and 2017 Tacoma trucks, mainly in North America. They're recalling the vehicles because the rear wheels could possibly lock up, causing drivers to lose control. The automaker says oil can leak from the rear differential, damaging components and causing the differential to lock up, and stop the wheels from moving. Toyota did not say if the problem has lead to any accidents or injuries. Owners will be notified about the recall by mail beginning in mid-June.
ABC - Researchers are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies — and remarkable animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind watery incubation so closely mimics mom that it just might work.
ABC - The United Nations helped launch a smartphone app Tuesday that allows users to "walk a mile in a refugee's shoes" by simulating the daily struggles of a fictional Rohingya Muslim who was forced to flee her home.
ABC - April the giraffe has brought a bundle to a tiny zoo in rural upstate New York, thanks to a YouTube video livestream of her pregnancy and birth of an incredibly cute calf that has riveted viewers around the world. Owners of the for-profit Animal Adventure Park won't say exactly how much they've pulled in from all April-related ventures, but internet marketing experts conservatively estimate the haul in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.