Richard Shelby among Democrats to nab a 1986 US Senate win
Nov. 5, 1986: In Alabama, the incumbent House member narrowly beat Republican Jeremiah Denton.
Paris hosts major climate summit _ and it's all about Trump
The global climate summit in Paris was designed to bypass Donald Trump, but the U.S. president ended up playing a starring role
US says WTO losing focus on trade, becoming litigation group
The United States is accusing the World Trade Organization of losing its focus on trade and "becoming a litigation-centered organization."
Trump administration has yet to fill many US ambassador posts in Europe
When Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived at the Vienna airport this week, he was greeted on the tarmac by three deputy chiefs of mission from the U.S. embassies in Austria . Of the three U.S. missions in Austria – the U.S. embassy to Austria, the embassy for Organization for Security and
Judge to hear arguments in spat over religious headstone law
A federal judge in New Jersey is scheduled to hear arguments in a case pitting the state against the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark over a law that makes it illegal for private religious cemeteries to sell monuments and headstones
For Tillerson, a lonely job defending Trump's Jerusalem move
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is getting hit from all sides as U.S. allies deplore President Donald Trump's move to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel
Pointing a finger at fellow economists for backlash to trade
Economist, heal thyself: Rodrik says economists have themselves to blame for populist backlash
Political historian: The Republican Party is 'clearly in a battle for its soul'
Let's dive in with "The roundtable." Matthew dowd. Alex Castellanos. ABC news congressional correspondent Mary Bruce and history yaen and ABC news contributor mark Updegrove, author of "The last Republicans." Inside the extraordinary relationship between George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. Matthew
Both Bush presidents critical of Trump in new book
Former President George H.W. Bush called then-candidate Donald Trump a "blowhard" during the 2016 presidential campaign , saying he seemed to be driven by "ego" rather than a call to public service. His son, former President George W. Bush, was critical of how Trump rose to power, telling the
ANALYSIS: To begin change, Republicans must accept the GOP is not Reagan's party anymore
Quiz: Please tell me if the following candidate could win a Republican primary in today's GOP. This candidate is for expansive free trade, amnesty for undocumented folks here in America illegally, raised taxes multiple times in a series of compromises with Democrats, signed a law liberalizing