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How Democratic hopefuls are already jockeying for 2020
The 2020 presidential election is still three-and-a-half years away, but for Democrats trying to turn the page on last November, the search for a candidate who can take down President Donald Trump is already underway. An army of potential 2020 hopefuls -- including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti ,
Trump's pick for deputy treasury secretary withdraws
President Donald Trump's choice to be deputy treasury secretary, bank executive Jim Donovan, is withdrawing from consideration to be second in command for Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
South Carolina voters Tuesday face widening GOP breach
Republican voters in South Carolina's 5th District face a tough decision in Tuesday's runoff to fill Mick Mulvaney's old seat, tasked with choosing between a pragmatic candidate and the recipient of support from hard-right groups who reject compromise
Messages to President Trump from Ohio voters
Ahead of Trump's 100th day in office, ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Shushannah Walshe, MaryAlice Parks and Gary Westphalen look back on the presidential campaign and Ohio voters' messages to the next president.
'10% Happier': Russell Simmons, philanthropist, entrepreneur, author and activist
Russell Simmons, who practices and teaches transcendental meditation, tells ABC's Dan Harris how meditating and being a vegan improved his health.
Russell Simmons reveals his keys for success
Simmons discusses the importance of meditation and mindfulness with ABC News' Dan Harris.
ANALYSIS: Trump flip-flops toward political center – for now
With little explanation and no real denials, President Trump has flip-flopped on a dizzying array of policies in a stunningly brief period of time. China as a currency manipulator. The future of the Export-Import Bank. NATO ’s relevance. A federal hiring freeze. The Federal Reserve chair. The
Sin City Or Bust
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's April 24 NFL Draft Issue. Subscribe today! D an Tana's Italian restaurant in West Hollywood, July 2014: Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis and team president Marc Badain sit in a back booth with NFL executive vice president Eric Grubman. The dinner topic,
Trump changes tone on foreign policy, weighs in on reported staff tensions
ABC News' political analyst Matthew Dowd weighs in on the biggest foreign and domestic issues facing the Trump administration.