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The latest news from around the world, delivered each weeknight, brought to you by the ABC News team.

Saturday
Apr182015

"World News Tonight" Podcast - April 18th, 2015

Severe Weather: Tornado watches in five states as more severe storms are firing up with 50 million people in the path.

Bus Fire: A senior trip came to an abrupt end when a bus carrying students from the University of Connecticut caught on fire. 

Gas Explosion: A California gas line explosion injures nearly a dozen people and forces emergency responders to evacuate hundreds of nearby residents.

GOP: Republican presidential candidates and potential candidates spoke to supporters at the GOP Leadership Summit in New Hampshire.

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Friday
Apr172015

"World News Tonight With David Muir" Podcast - April 17, 2015

Highway Wrecks: Blizzard conditions have caused three major pileups on Interstate-80 near the Wyoming and Colorado border.

Deputy’s Defense: A Tulsa county reserve deputy has defended his actions after killing a suspect when he mistook his Taser for his gun.

Gyrocopter Tests Us Defense: There are still more questions about how a Florida man was able to land a small gyro copter on Capitol Hill. 

ESPN Reporter Rant: An ESPN reporter has been fired after insulting a towing company employee.  

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Thursday
Apr162015

"World News Tonight With David Muir" Podcast - April 16th, 2015

Homegrown Terror: An American from Ohio has been accused of training with Syrian terrorists before coming back home to plan an attack on U.S. soil. 

Capitol Copter: Tampa area postal worker, Doug Hughes, is facing charges after he flew under the White House radar and landed his one-man helicopter on the U.S. Capitol lawn. 

Falsified Records: After an Oklahoma reserve deputy sheriff was charged with killing a man when he fired a gun instead of using a taser, a new report suggests that his training records may have been falsified. 

Bus Fire: The members of country band Lady Antebellum were on their way to the Country Music Awards when their tour bus caught on fire.

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Wednesday
Apr152015

"World News Tonight with David Muir" Podcast - April 15, 2015

Capitol Hill Crash: Washington DC police arrested a man who steered his tiny one-person gyro copter onto the West Lawn of the US Capitol.  

Ex-NFL Star Found Guilty: Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole.  

Foreign Investment Fraud: ABC News has uncovered a scheme that apparently defrauded foreign investors out of millions of dollars.  

Wife’s Revenge: The wife of former NBA owner Donald Sterling has been awarded millions from Sterling’s mistress.  

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Tuesday
Apr142015

"World News Tonight with David Muir" Podcast - April 14, 2015

Clinton Campaign Stop: For her first official campaign event, former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton visited a Kirkwood Community College in Iowa.  

Oklahoma Deputy Surrenders: Tulsa County Reserve Deputy Robert Bates, who shot and killed a suspect, turned himself in.  

Sick At Sea: The CDC is investigating what happened on at least two cruise ships as passengers fell ill.  

Trapped In A Plane: A baggage handler fell asleep in the cargo hold of an Alaska Airlines plane out of Seattle, causing an emergency landing.  

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