How Obama's Look Has Changed Since His DNC Speech 10 Years Ago
The then-State Senator gave the keynote speech at the 2004 nominating convention
How Failure to Fix Immigration Affects a Young Girl -- Again
Migrant shares her story with ABC News.
One Congressman's Quest to Protect Jetliners from Missiles
The shoot down of MA 17 could inspire copycat terrorism, says Rep. Steve Israel.
Why Political E-Mails Are Getting Even Weirder
Like car salesmen itchy to make quota, campaign emails ooze with desperation.
Cory Booker Brings Selfie Obsession to the Senate
Booker is trying to make D.C. selfies cool again, one senator at a time.
2014's Weirdest And Wackiest Campaign Ads So Far
These unusual ads are raising eyebrows in Washington and beyond.
Gay Marriage: One Step Closer to the Supreme Court? Here's Why Virginia Matters
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling struck down a ban on same-sex marriage.
What Happened When 3 Politicians Tried a Minimum Wage Budget
Have you ever seen a governor ordering off the dollar menu?
Palestinian-American Teen Held in Israeli Custody for 3 Weeks
Mohamed Abu Nie, 15, is a U.S. citizen, State Department officials said.
Why a Frustrated Democrat Wants a Swimming Pool in Darrell Issa's Committee Room
The tongue-in-cheek proposal has to do with a medieval litmus test.
Sarah Palin's New TV Channel Spawns Twitter Mockery
Palin called venture “a news channel that really is a lot more than news.”
Capitol Hill's Unfinished Business
David Duchovny Stars in Russian Beer Ad
Actor imagines what his life would have been like as a Russian.
Six Top Democrats Who Aren't So Ready For Hillary
Some major Democrats stay distant from Clinton's presidential prospects.
Behind-The-Scenes On The President's Asia Trip
Here's what life is like inside the presidential bubble.
The Clintons Are Beatable And Other Lessons From the Primaries
What last night's key contests taught us about the 2014 midterm cycle.
John Kerry on Israel, Palestine Talks: 'What's the Alternative?'
The secretary of state discusses the US's "efforts to bring peace to areas of conflict."
Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bratton Discuss NYC Shooting
Two U.S. marshals and one NYPD detective shot in Manhattan while attempting an arrest.
Woman Who Came to US as Unaccompanied Minor: 'We're Americans Too'
Cindy Monge shares her story about crossing through the southern border eight years ago.
Obama Admits His Basketball Game Is 'Broke'
The president's got "chicken wing" - but that may be because he's "just getting old."
Why NYC's Top Crisis Manager Says the NYPD Has Changed
In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Anthony Shorris, the first deputy mayor, said the NYPD is different this time...
Bob Dole Talks 2016: 'I Don't Think We've Seen the Republican Candidate Yet'
"It's easy to criticize...you need to compromise sometimes," Dole, 91, told ABC News' Jeff Zeleny.
Michelle Obama Tries Tai Chi in China
As she enters her 50s, a look at the first lady's life and times.