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What to watch in gun reform debate after Florida shooting
ABC News' Jonathan Karl and Cokie Roberts, former Mitt Romney adviser Lanhee Chen, AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace and Univision's Jorge Ramos discuss the biggest political moments of the week.
What Would You Do: Bakery denies lesbian couple wedding cake
A lesbian couple is being denied a wedding cake at a bakery because the owner says same-sex marriage is in conflict with his beliefs.
'Behind the Lens' on the set of 'Ray Donovan'
ABC News' Lesley Messer talks with cinematographer Robert McLachlan about his job on the set of "Ray Donovan."
House Russia probe eyes longtime Trump bodyguard
Congressional investigators want to interview Keith Schiller, now a White House aide, as part of their investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign, sources told ABC News.
Daylight saving time is coming
Dr. Juan Rivera discusses ways to minimize any health effects from the change in time.
Celebrating National Bacon Day at BarBacon
Hey everybody check that out. Lee that beautiful day didn't just rationality. Undated with the ABC news them here are big. But the camera season CD. Marilyn BC news here are making its national bacon day. And far bacon is an interesting place it's any fits both the bar and it's a beacon senator
Donald Trump Takes on Joe Biden, 'Obamacare'
Tough Guy" and said his employees are having a "tremendous problem" with "Obamacare," then said his employees are "not worried about health care" in the same speech.
Former Miss Arizona Says Trump Would Walk In on 'Half-Naked' Contestants
Tasha Dixon said Donald Trump walked into a dress rehearsal while women were "half-naked" for the Miss USA pageant in 2001.
Trump Launches Personal Attacks at Hillary Clinton
The Republican presidential candidate accused Hillary Clinton of being unfaithful to her husband.
Devastated by Lawsuit, Gawker.com to Shut Down After 14 Years
In the wake of a devastating lawsuit and a proposed selloff of its holding company to Univision, Gawker.com will shut down next week, ending almost 14 years of independent -- and at times inflammatory -- publishing.