One-on-one with British Prime Minister Theresa May
George Stephanopoulos sits down with the British prime minister at 10 Downing Street for an exclusive interview.
Russia starts big war games along its border, alarming its neighbors
The exercises that Russia is conducting, with its Eastern European ally Belarus, have attracted intense attention amid nervousness over Moscow's recent military adventures and its tensions with the West.
Bipartisan senators on new bill to protect special counsel
Sens. Chris Coons and Thom Tillis discuss their bipartisan bill allowing any special counsel to challenge their firing.
Former US Ambassador to NATO Douglas Lute: NATO allies 'believe they can't rely on US leadership'
Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Douglas Lute weighs in on foreign policy challenges confronting the Trump administration.
Sen. McCain questions Jeff Sessions
Over the last few weeks. The administration is characterize your previously. Undisclosed meetings with the Russian ambassador. Does he act is meetings. He took in your official capacity is you have senator. And a member of the and a Senate Armed Services Committee. Chairman of that committee let me
One-on-one with Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice
Former President Barack Obama's national security adviser sits down with George Stephanopoulos for an exclusive interview on "This Week."
Questions mount over Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey
ABC News reports on the Trump administration's thinking and what's next for the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Richard Haass reacts to mixed White House messages on Syria
Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, talks to "GMA" about the U.S. airstrike in Syria, next steps for the Trump administration and the risk of sparking a larger conflict with Russia.
Tillerson says he had 'no conversation' with Mexico about who pays for border wall
George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with the Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Tom Friedman on Syria: 'Where's Trump's Twitter feed when we need it?'
Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times columnist Tom Friedman weighs in on President Donald Trump's foreign policy.