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Jan. 3, 2008: Barack Obama wins 2008 Iowa caucuses
For Obama, the win was a huge boost toward becoming the first African-American president of the U.S.
David Kerley is the Senior Transportation Correspondent for ABC News based in Washington, DC. He joined the network in 2004 and covers aviation, railroads, the automobile industry, and space for all ABC News broadcast and digital properties, including "World News Tonight," "Good Morning America,”
Clayton Sandell Official Biography
Clayton Sandell is an ABC News Correspondent based in Denver. His stories appear on "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight with David Muir”, “This Week with George Stephanopoulos”, "Nightline", ABC News Radio and ABCNews.com. Sandell covers a wide range of breaking news and feature stories in
2009 town hall: President Obama answers America's questions
President Obama sat down with Americans to answer questions about health care in the ABC special "Questions for the President: Prescription for America."
Pete Rose has never righted his wrongs
It was a metaphor for all to see on this fall's World Series pre- and postgame shows. An outcast for more than a quarter-century, Pete Rose appeared as a Fox Sports TV analyst -- on a set outside the stadium. Now Rose, 74, will remain officially on the outs for the foreseeable future, following
Nick Watt is a London-based correspondent for ABC News. His first story as a reporter was the U.S. Marines' assault on Fallujah in November 2004, for which he won an Emmy. In December 2005, he covered the Asian tsunami from Sri Lanka, Banda Aceh and Thailand. Watt regularly reports from Iraq and
President Trump's first 100 days 'by the numbers'
While President Trump's first 100 days in office have produced few major legislative breakthroughs, there are still plenty of statistics to analyze. Here are a few interesting facts and figures, and how some of them compare to those of his predecessor, Barack Obama. 1. Trump has signed more
Jan. 22, 1993: Riots victim Reginald Denny speaks on 'Good Morning America'
Charlie Gibson interviews the truck driver who was severely beaten during the LA riots.
Conservation through photographing decline
Finally tonight our person of the week. And December 7 world leaders will gather in Copenhagen for a summit. To tackle the consequences of climate change some of the most compelling evidence they'll consider comes from one man and his camera. Bob Woodruff went to the island of Sumatra to meet the
'GMA' Hot List: United CEO says he feels 'shame' over passenger incident
Cap: Plus, Charlie Gibson returns to "GMA" and reflects on his time as an anchor.