Presidential Election Videos
'Power structure' must change to stop sexual harassment, Matthew Dowd says
The Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics on "This Week."
Arizona Republican senator calls GOP 'toast' on open mic
Sen. Jeff Flake, a frequent opponent of President Trump, was caught on a live mic saying the GOP was "toast" if it became the party of Trump and Roy Moore.
Re-examining accusations against Bill Clinton
In light of many prominent men facing career-ending sexual misconduct allegations, "The View" co-hosts discuss allegations leveled against Clinton during his presidency.
Sessions defends himself during House opening statement
"In all of my testimony, I can only do my best to answer all of your questions as I understand them and to the best of my memory.
Legal implications of Donald Trump Jr.'s reported contact with WikiLeaks
ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams weighs in on what Donald Trump Jr.'s reported contact during the presidential campaign with WikiLeaks could mean for the ongoing Russia investigations.
Donald Trump Jr. communicated with WikiLeaks, sources say
President Trump's eldest son communicated with representatives from WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign via private message on Twitter, sources with direct knowledge confirm to ABC News.
Trump: Putin's denials of interference in election are sincere
So you know who -- you know who -- you know who -- has really out done himself on his trip to Asia saying he believes president Putin when Putin says that he says he didn't meddle in the election. Then he calls out U.S. Intelligence officials who say otherwise. He calls them political hacks. Then
Trump says he agrees with US intel community that Russia meddled in election
In the Philippines, Trump remains dogged by things he has said and has not said about Russia.
DNC chair Tom Perez on 2017 elections, future of Democratic Party
Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez joins "This Week" after Democrats' victory in the Virginia governor's race.
GOP Senate candidate accused of molesting 14-year-old girl
Roy Moore, 70, denied a report that he engaged in sexual activity with a 14-year-old girl and pursued other teen girls when he was in his 30s as some Republicans are calling for him to exit the Alabama senate race.