Tony- and Emmy-winning actress Nanette Fabray has died, her son has confirmed. She was 97. Fabray, who was the aunt of actress Shelley Fabares, died in her home in Palos Verdes, California, on Thursday from natural causes. Her family was with her when she died. Born Ruby Nanette Bernadette Theresa
The Falcon Heavy was launched from the same launch pad used by NASA nearly 50 years ago to send men to the moon.
Standing as a mostly silent presence at the president’s side on his visits to foreign capitals and domestic disaster areas, Melania Trump today stood on her own while addressing a luncheon for spouses of other world leaders at the United Nations. It was not a speech calculated to challenge anyone
ABC News' Cokie Roberts and author Andy Och discuss Trump's speech and the impact first ladies have on society.
Hillary Clinton is slowly but surely returning to the spotlight. For the second day in a row, the former Democratic presidential nominee made a public appearance. On Wednesday night, she delivered brief remarks at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards in Washington, D.C. She founded the
At the conclusion of Inauguration Day, the White House will be home to President-elect Donald Trump . But on the last night before Trump will call 1600 Pennsylvania Ave home, he is expected to spend his final night as president-elect at a lesser-known address just across street at 1651 Pennsylvania
There isn’t much that’s certain about Washington these days, but there is this: one of the most fascinating question of the Obama post-presidency has got to be, 'What’s next for Michelle?' She might have started as a reluctant political spouse, but Michelle Obama evolved into one of most formidable
"GMA" takes a look at the unconventional path to the White House taken by our next first lady.
ABC News' Jordyn Phelps listens to stories about previous presidents who have stayed at the historic residence.
The results are in! For the ninth year in a row, Americans are most likely to name President Barack Obama as the man they most admire, according to Gallup's annual poll . Obama, who was named most admired man by 22 percent of respondents, edged out President-elect Donald Trump for the honor. Trump