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Country music legend Charley Pride looks back on his long career
ABC News' Amna Nawaz sits down with Country Music Hall of Famer Charley Pride to talk music, baseball and his legacy as a performer.
5 takeaways from new book about Hillary Clinton's failed campaign
A new book detailing the downfall of Hillary Clinton 's 2016 campaign contains some juicy, behind-the-scenes details about the Democratic contender and the team that failed to get her to the White House. The book, titled "Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign," was released on
Rep. Cummings asks Trump to soften talk about black communities
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Maryland) said Wednesday that he used his meeting at the White House with President Trump on prescription drug prices to also address the president's past rhetoric about black communities. Speaking to reporters outside the West Wing after his meeting, Cummings -- who is a
Corey Lewandowski says he knows of no one in Trump campaign who ‘ever had a contact’ with Russia
A former campaign manager for President Trump said he knows of no one on the campaign who "ever had a contact with a Russian agent or a Russian affiliate." Corey Lewandowski -- who served as Trump's campaign manager until he was fired in June 2016 amid reports of tension between him and campaign
Corey Lewandowski and Robby Mook debate Trump's first month in office
Former Trump and Clinton campaign managers face off over Russia, voter fraud and more on "This Week."
President Trump holds news conference
The president fielded questions from reporters in the East Room of the White House.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Talks Being Silenced in Opposition of Sen. Jeff Sessions' Confirmation as Attorney General
Massachusetts senator was not permitted to read a letter from Coretta Scott King that suggested Sessions was involved in racist activities.
Omarosa Manigault on Her Role in the White House, 'Engagement' With Black Community
The former "Apprentice" star discussed her role in the Trump administration.
ANALYSIS: Obama's Legacy as 1st African-American President
I remember sitting with friends watching one of the first television interviews with the recently elected President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle. He was wearing a fairly pedestrian dark suit, she, a complimentary simple dress. As the first couple spoke about making history, family, and policy
The Note: Low Favorability, High Expectations for Trump
INAUGURATION COUNTDOWN: 3 Days NOTABLES --TRUMP TO ENTER OFFICE AS MOST UNPOPULAR PRESIDENT FOR AT LEAST 40 YEARS, POLL FINDS: Donald Trump enters office as the most unpopular of at least the last seven newly elected presidents, a new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds, with ratings for handling