Rep. Marcy Kaptur is now the longest-serving woman in the history of the House of Representatives, breaking the record today –- 12,858 days after she first took office in 1983. Kaptur told ABC News that as she surpasses the milestone, previously held by Massachusetts Republican Rep. Edith Nourse
ABC News' John Parkinson talks to the congresswoman about her 35-year tenure.
The billionaire metals magnate, Oleg Deripaska, has been a useful man for Russian president Vladimir Putin . Since becoming one of Russia’s richest men in the early 2000s, Deripaska has put his wealth at the Kremlin’s command and even offered himself once as public whipping boy for Putin. When the
Prince didn't need speeches and formal declarations to prove that he cared about a lot of social issues. Instead, his lyrics spoke for him. "Prince was more of a social advocate versus being a political advocate," frequent "The View" contributor and creator of AlwaysAList.com Jawn Murray told ABC
NOTABLES --WHAT'S AT STAKE TODAY: In the biggest day of voting since Super Tuesday, Americans in five states and one territory head to the polls today to cast their ballots for the presidential nomination . More states and delegates may have been up for grabs on March 1, but now that more 20
Speaking at a Democratic Party dinner in Ohio Sunday, Hillary Clinton said she voted in 2009 for the second wave of funds to be used for the bank bailout because President Obama asked Senate Democrats to do so and because the package included money to help the beleaguered U.S. automobile industry.
Sanders tries to step up his game after winning eight states compared to Hillary Clinton, who has won 11.
Bernie Sanders fired back at Hillary Clinton today, telling crowds and reporters during a whirlwind day of campaigning in Michigan that what Clinton said about his voting record with regards to the automobile industry bailout was “categorically untrue.” “Secretary Clinton tried to make the point
The co-hosts talk about the big faceoff between presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.