THE TAKE with ABC News' MaryAlice Parks Every American president has sparred with the press and fought back against stories unflattering or unfair. But no sitting president has in decades suggested media organizations should be shut down or that the federal government should consider curtailing
It wasn't all that surprising that Thad Matta won't be coaching at Ohio State this coming season, but the timing was the baffling part of Matta's departure on Monday. The first week of June isn't usually when you decide to make a coaching change. Not unless something crazy happens. Matta took over
NOTABLES --CHRIS CHRISTIE REBUTTED RIVAL TED CRUZ'S CLAIM THAT THE MAJORITY OF CRIMINALS ARE DEMOCRATS in an interview on "Good Morning America" today, according to ABC's JORDYN PHELPS. "I have not noticed that in my background and experience," the Republican presidential candidate and former
The Powerhouse Roundtable makes predictions for which presidential candidates will win their party's nomination.
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) ANNOUNCER: Starting right now on ABC THIS WEEK, Trump's trouble ahead -- his poll numbers are soaring, but he's facing a big new challenger. What's next for "The Donald?" And Hillary fires back -- the frontrunner taking on her growing email troubles, as
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES BOEHNER EXPECTED TO ANNOUNCE NEW HOUSE INVESTIGATION INTO CLINTON E-MAILS: House Speaker John Boehner is expected to announce this week a new investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email practices as Secretary of State, including her admission that more than 31,000 emails
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Chris Jones loves his hometown. Memphis made him tough and street smart and strong. His identity as a person and his reputation as a basketball player stem from the city's roots -- fearlessness and resiliency borne out of survival in the tough parts of town; skill developed on
Pro-growth economic policies – lower taxes, responsible spending and commonsense regulations – always work here at home and abroad in generating prosperity. During the Cold War, President Reagan and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher both saved their countries from the brink of economic
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES BOSTON BOMB PLOT HATCHED WITHOUT FOREIGN HELP, AUTHORITIES BELIEVE: In the hours before Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged with the crime that could lead to the death penalty, authorities tell ABC News the 19-year-old accused terrorist told investigators ...
The Newtown, Conn., shooting has prompted a handful of states to enact tougher gun laws, and blue-state governors have led the way. With Congress yet to agree on any federal changes, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo -- both thought to be Democratic presidential