At Clinton's Nevada Offices, Volunteers Come From Far and Wide
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks meets an Indian couple who traveled from Houston to volunteer for the Clinton campaign, and finds out that this election is a family effort.
Russia shuts out Finland to set up another Sidney Crosby-Alex Ovechkin clash
TORONTO -- Canada and Russia will meet in the semifinals of the World Cup of Hockey on Saturday. The hopes of many fans in these parts were dashed on Thursday when the Russians calmly disposed of Finland 3-0 in their round-robin finale. The victory lifted Russia to the same 2-1-0 record as North
Henrik Lundqvist shines as Swedes shut out Finland
TORONTO -- One of hockey's most intense rivalries played itself out in a chess match Tuesday as Sweden edged Finland 2-0 in the World Cup of Hockey. The Swedes improved to a perfect 2-0-0 while Finland dropped to 0-2-0. The Finns' only chance to reach the semifinals now is if there's a three-way
Sure, Canada-USA is big, but the Sweden -Finland rivalry is just as intense
TORONTO -- The rivalry between Sweden and Finland is a strange one. Generally, players from the rival nations respect each other. In many cases, Swedes and Finns are teammates on their respective NHL teams. But in the case of international competition, there's a no-holds-barred mentality. Even in
What to watch for: Canada-USA, Finland -Sweden
Canada versus Team USA, 8 p.m. ET (ESPN) United States: It is painfully simple for Team USA: Win, and its hope of advancing in the World Cup of Hockey lives for another day or two. Lose in any fashion to powerful Canada, and Thursday's preliminary-round game against the Czech Republic will be
GOP Vice Presidential Nominee Mike Pence on Birtherism: 'It's Over'
ABC's Martha Raddatz goes one-on-one with vice presidential nominee Mike Pence.
Day of Action to Demand Senate Progress on Supreme Court and Lower Court Vacancies
I was retailer hand under the Supreme Court where between the nine here I can't issuing a day of action. Calling on the senate to act on traditional nominate of them haven't invited on. Right now Senator Clinton are is urging that her arm back then senate act. I'm not saying judge Garland. I
'The View': Are Lower Taxes a Good Thing?
"The View" co-hosts discuss the presidential nominees and tax rates in the United States.
'After The View': April 28, 2016
"The View" co-hosts continue to discuss Hot Topics including women having it all and the upside of cheating.
ARCHIVE VIDEO : The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the former Soviet Union is Damaged in 1986
April 28, 1986: Radiation seeps across borders, causing one of the biggest nuclear disasters in history.