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President Trump sounds off after 2 staff members resign
In a week when two White House staff members resigned amid domestic abuse allegations, President Donald Trump lamented in a tweet Saturday that lives are being "destroyed by a mere allegation."
White House speechwriter steps down after domestic abuse allegations
David Sorensen resigned but he denies the claims by his ex-wife and says he was victimized by her, according to a report.
In this year's 'pink wave,' women help women run for office
2017 has been called the year of women, with hundreds turning their anger into activism and, in some cases, a campaign for public office.
What Doug Jones' win could mean for the Senate
ABC News' Matthew Dowd, Jonathan Karl and Mary Bruce analyze the implications of a Democrat taking over the GOP-held seat in Alabama and fallout from President Trump's endorsement of Roy Moore.
WH waits to see if Roy Moore allegations are true
ABC News' chief political analyst Matthew Dowd and "The View" co-host Meghan McCain weigh in on administration officials not immediately denouncing Moore amid sexual misconduct allegations and Trump's conversation with Vladimir Putin.
Trump's Supreme Court Pick of Neil Gorsuch Sparks Criticism and Praise
The nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to be Donald Trump 's Supreme Court pick to replace Justice Antonin Scalia sparked a fast and furious reaction from Democrats while Republicans and conservative groups heaped praise on him, rejecting the assertion from critics that he was extreme in his views.
Meet Mothers, Daughters and Grandmothers Marching Together in Washington, DC
Among the hundreds of thousands of women expected to descend upon the nation's capital Saturday morning for the Women's March on Washington are public figures hailing from the worlds of entertainment, politics and activism. But one category of participants will be families taking to the streets
The 'Forgotten' Voters Trump Credits With His Victory
President-elect Donald Trump dedicated his first post-election tweet to "the forgotten man and woman" who he believes helped drive him to his victory against Hillary Clinton . Analysis of the election results to determine who voted for Trump is still underway, but he has discussed the "forgotten"
Where We Stand on Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland Now That Trump is President-Elect
President Obama nominated federal judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court this spring after Justice Antonin Scalia 's unexpected death. Now that Donald Trump is the president-elect, the path forward for Garland is extremely unlikely. ABC News spoke to Supreme Court contributor and Cardozo law
Election 2016 Battleground State Exit Poll Results and Analysis
It’s Election Day in America, and citizens in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., are heading to the polls to choose the nation’s 45th president. Preliminary results from exit polls in 28 key states will give us a glimpse of who's voting and what's motivating their choices. Bookmark this page now