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McCain Joins Growing Ranks of Republicans Withdrawing Support for Trump
Former Republican presidential nominee John McCain has withdrawn his support from Donald Trump, adding to the growing list of GOP officeholders who announced Saturday that they will not support their party's standard-bearer in the election. "Cindy and I will not vote for Donald Trump," the Arizona
A History of Political Dirty Tricks in South Carolina
When it comes to presidential politics, South Carolina’s trademark southern charm goes right out the window. Forget about the mint juleps and hushpuppies, the Palmetto State is notorious for its history of mudslinging, whisper campaigns and vicious rumors. South Carolina can still be the place that
Meet the Celebrities Who Hate the Internet
The Internet, for better or worse, has changed our lives. For some stars, their lives have been made worse by the constant and often intrusive interest in their personal lives. Charlize Theron is the latest celebrity to lash out at the web. Asked whether she ever Googled herself, the Oscar winner
The Note's Must-Reads for Friday, May 30, 2014
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Will Cantine and Janine Elliot UKRAINE Wall Street Journal’s James Marson:...
Five Stories You'll Care About in Politics Next Week
Here’s a glimpse of some of the stories your ABC News political team will be tracking in the week ahead:
Does Condi Rice Have Her Eye On a Political Career?
For a career foreign policy wonk, Condoleezza Rice has been spending a lot of time outside her comfort zone lately. Over the past few years she’s tackled education reform during her show-stealing speech at the 2012 Republican National Convention; immigration, in fact, speaking today at...
Emotional Farewell for 19 Fallen Ariz. Firefighters
Nineteen white roses. Nineteen rings of a bell. Nineteen pairs of empty boots and lonely black helmets. One by one, 19 fallen Arizona firefighters were today remembered as heroes by a crowd of several thousand packed inside a Prescott, Ariz., arena for a final farewell. "They were protectors
Prince Harry Arrives in Washington
By Jeff Zeleny, Arlette Saenz and Sunlen Miller Prince Harry arrived in Washington on Thursday, opening an eight-day tour of the United States with a visit to the White House and Capitol Hill, where a large crowd of adoring fans were on hand to greet...
Meghan McCain Fires Back at Ann Coulter's Lethal Joke
They’re at it again– Ann Coulter and Meghan McCain are in a Twitter war. The reason for the bickering? Ann Coulter stated that Meghan McCain should be killed in a blog posted on her own website, as well as Fox Nation. ”MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested...
Follow the Signs: A Sometimes Scientific Guide to Predicting the Presidential Election
Momentum has been swinging back and forth between President Obama and Mitt Romney for the past month, leaving experts to argue over the polls, and the candidates in a virtual deadlock just days out from the election. While partisan pundits and campaign spinners stay busy quarrelling over the