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COLUMN: Trump failed test of moral leadership with Charlottesville
The preamble to the Constitution of the United States begins, "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union Watching the tragic events in Charlottesville makes clear that we are still very much in the process of forming a more perfect union. We aren't there yet, not by
Richard Nixon's last day as president of the United States: Part 10
decision. When Richard Nixon loses us V. Nixon, he thinks about resigning, his family pushes back. The tipping point was that a number of prominent Republicans came to Nixon and said, "We're not gonna be able to support you in the senate." Down to the white house trudged the senior Republicans on
'This country was founded on white supremacy'
ABC News' Amna Nawaz speaks with Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project on this episode of "Uncomfortable."
Chrissy Teigen, Patricia Arquette and more react to United Airlines leggings incident
After United Airlines barred two girls from boarding a flight this weekend because they were wearing leggings, which the company said is part of their policy for relatives and friends of employees who travel for free on standby, actors and activists have taken to social media to criticize the
Book Excerpt: Cornell Belcher's "A Black Man in the White House"
Excerpted from A BLACK MAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE: Barack Obama and the Triggering of America's Racial-Aversion Crisis by Cornell Belcher. Copyright (c) 2016 by the author. As I write, in the summer of 2016, the contest to elect the successor to Barack Obama has not yet been decided. The choice between
Priebus Dismisses Controversy Over Sessions: 'He Will Be Confirmed'
President-elect Donald Trump's incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus says the future president will lead by "bringing America together."
Strait Talk From Times Square
Matt Dowd and LZ Granderson break down the state storylines at play one day ahead of this historic election.
On the Campaign Trail With Former KKK Leader David Duke
Former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke has shed the Klan robes and closed his KKK-themed store, but his message hasn’t changed, not even in his bid for a U.S. Senate seat in Louisiana. Throughout his campaign, Duke has consistently professed his support for Donald Trump and criticized fellow
Mitt Romney Often Wonders Why He Stayed Out of 2016 Presidential Race
Mitt Romney today expressed disappointment in the state of the presidential race, joking that he often asks himself why he stayed out of the 2016 bid for the White House. "I get asked on a regular basis, 'Boy, why aren't you running this year?' I ask myself that a lot too. But I did that once,"
Independent Presidential Candidate Evan McMullin Says GOP Leaders are 'Putting Party Over Principle'
Riding a surge of support in polls in Utah, independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin said he feels "very good" about his chances of winning the state, and accused the nation's Republican leaders of putting the interests of their party ahead of conservative principles and the good of the