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SPECIAL REPORT: Celebrating the life and legacy of Barbara Bush
The funeral for the former first lady was held today at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Texas.
President Trump hears from survivors of school gun violence
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, political director Rick Klein and Katherine Faulders break down the headlines out of the session.
Trump-backed candidate loses Alabama GOP primary
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore defeated Sen. Luther Strange, who was backed by President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, in Alabama's Republican senate primary runoff.
Roy Moore defeats Trump-backed Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama GOP primary runoff
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore defeated Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama’s Republican senate primary runoff election Tuesday, delivering a blow to President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who backed the incumbent legislator. Moore advances to face Democratic
What to know about the Republican runoff for Jeff Sessions' Senate seat
Today, Alabama Republicans will vote in a primary runoff for the Senate seat previously occupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions . A first round of voting failed to yield a majority for a single candidate. Now, the top two candidates are competing for the GOP nomination in a race that has gained
'Property Brothers' star Drew Scott announces he will compete on 'DWTS'
Scott, the first celebrity to be officially announced for season 25, appears live on "GMA" with his partner, pro dancer Emma Slater.
Moore, Strange advance to GOP runoff in Alabama special election
Incumbent U.S. Senator Luther Strange and former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore have advanced to a runoff election in Alabama's GOP primary to replace the seat vacated by now Attorney General Jeff Sessions , the AP projected Tuesday night. On the Democratic side, the
Senate special election primary in Alabama a test for Trump and McConnell
Candidates for Jeff Sessions' former seat include Sen. Luther Strange, Rep. Mo Brooks and former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore
Kimbo Slice: Not quite what you were thinking
Editor's note: This piece from Dan Le Batard was originally published by ESPN The Magazine in 2008. Kimbo Slice passed away on June 6, 2016 . Let's rewind to the most desperate time in the desperate life of a desperate man. Before he traveled by stretch Navigator limo and private jet. Before rap
NOT QUITE WHAT YOU WERE THINKING
Let's rewind to the most desperate time in the desperate life of a desperate man. Before he traveled by stretch Navigator limo and private jet. Before rap stars requested his menace in their videos. Before Randy Moss approached him like an awestruck teen. Or Jason Taylor wanted the best seats to