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The Latest: Reddit says it banned 944 suspicious accounts
Discussion forum company Reddit issued its transparency report for 2017 during Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Senate appearance
Linsey Davis joined ABC News in 2007. She is a correspondent filing reports for World News, Good Morning America, 20/20 and Nightline. She has covered major news stories around the globe, including the Las Vegas massacre, Harvey Weinstein allegations and subsequent MeToo Movement, the Boston
Jan. 3, 2008: Barack Obama wins 2008 Iowa caucuses
For Obama, the win was a huge boost toward becoming the first African-American president of the U.S.
The Note: Trump embracing base as he battles with establishment
THE TAKE with ABC News' Rick Klein Don't take the relative Twitter silence for a declaration of peace. One upshot of President Trump 's feud with Sen. Bob Corker is the way it pushes him toward the perceived comfort of his base. The Alabama Senate race, the failure of health care and the stalled
Former White House speechwriter on working for Obama, joking about Trump and his new book
There is no one path that leads to a job as a presidential speechwriter. But for David Litt, the journey began as a young man growing up on New York City’s Upper West Side with aspirations for a career in comedy. “I did stand-up comedy at the school talent show and it didn’t go terribly,” Litt
Obama speechwriter: 'This isn't going to be like this forever'
David Litt, a former speechwriter for President Obama, talks about landing a White House gig, making fun of Donald Trump, and his new book, "Thanks, Obama."
Trump has 'inside information' on who protested in Charlottesville, says Falwell Jr. in defense of president
Evangelical Christian leader Jerry Falwell Jr. defended President Donald Trump 's comment that there were "very fine people on both sides" in the Charlottesville protests, saying the president "had information I didn't have" about who participated in the demonstration against removal of a
Trump to police: 'Please don't be too nice' to suspects
President Donald Trump seemed to encourage police to be more violent in handling potential offenders during a speech to law enforcement officers today. "Please don't be too nice," he said to the audience in Long Island, New York. While the speech was largely focused on the fight against the gang
A look back at Trump comments perceived as encouraging violence
Critics and supporters are sharply divided over President Trump 's most recent controversial tweet in which he a shared an edited video of his body-slamming someone who has the CNN logo superimposed over his face. While Trump and members of his team have repeatedly denied that his words and actions