Oct. 7, 2001: President George W. Bush announces first strike on Afghanistan
President George W. Bush addressed the nation about Operation Enduring Freedom's first strike on Afghanistan on Oct. 7, 2001.
Jerry Falwell Jr. on President Trump: He 'doesn't say what's politically correct'
Trump supporter and Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. joins "This Week."
Steve Bannon out as White House drama continues
ABC News' political team looks at the events that led to Bannon's departure and where the Trump administration will go from here.
Las Ramblas in Barcelona one day after terror attack
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LeAnn Rimes talks career and more
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Insomniac Theater: 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' and 'Logan Lucky'
An average sunny atmosphere here's some two movies coming to theaters near you this weekend and this morning we're gonna start with a hit man's body guard runner Ryan Reynolds who of course. Our friend. People magazine's 2010 sexiest man alive mind you he stars as a former security specialist
Two people in custody in connection with Barcelona attack
Authorities say neither of them was the driver in the vehicle attack, which killed more than a dozen people in the famous Las Ramblas area.
After Charlottesville, Trump remarks, more cities remove Confederate statues
The president's controversial comments led many CEOs, faith leaders and politicians to distance themselves, and more so-called "alt-right" rallies are coming.
Kimmel on Trump: 'He does need to go'
The late night host criticized President Trump about his comments regarding the violence against protesters in Charlottesville.
ISIS 'clearly responsible for genocide,' Tillerson says
"ISIS is clearly responsible for genocide against Yezidis, Christians, and Shiia Muslims," Tillerson told reporters gathered in the State Department's Treaty Room.