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Obama Honors Italy's Leader at 'Bittersweet' State Dinner
President Barack Obama said, "We saved the best for last," as he welcomed Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini, to the White House
Obama Uses Final State Dinner to Honor Italy and Its Leader
President Barack Obama is using one of the largest state dinners of his tenure to honor a European ally, Italy, and its leader who stands with the U.S. on a range of world issues
Clinton Team's Surprise Most Valuable Player? Michelle Obama
On Hillary Clinton's star-studded team of campaign surrogates the most valuable player of 2016 is undoubtedly first lady Michelle Obama
The 10 Healthiest Places to Live in America
If you're looking for a fresh start somewhere you can finally focus on your health, consider a move to Highlands Ranch, Colorado. The bedroom community outside Denver is the healthiest town in America, according to MONEY. As part of its annual "Best Places to Live" report (which this year focused
Bill Clinton Calls Clinton Global Initiative 'One of the Great Honors of My Life' in Final Speech
Former President Bill Clinton slowly walked toward the podium, newly repositioned at the center of the stage under the spotlight. He diligently thumbed through the pages of a farewell defense, which he had been working on moments before he addressed the Clinton Global Initiative one final time.
New Recommendations for Kids and Eating Sugar
Dr. Jennifer Ashton weighs in on the American Heart Association's first statement about how much added sugar children may consume.
Anita McBride Talks the Republican Race for the White House
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Devin Dwyer interview Anita McBride, President George Bush's former assistant at the Republican National Convention.
Seahawks DE Michael Bennett 'feeling really defensive MVP-ish'
BELLEVUE, Wa. -- Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett is coming off a career season in which he notched 10 sacks and earned his first Pro Bowl berth. In 2016, he's setting his sights even higher. "I'm feeling really defensive MVP-ish right now, the way I've been training, the way that my
New USDA Rules Eliminate Junk Food in Schools
Students might notice some changes in the cafeteria when they go back to school in a few weeks. The USDA will announce rules today that require schools to get rid of unhealthy snacks and eliminate students’ exposure to junk food, ABC News has exclusively learned. The biggest difference this year