Gerald Ford Videos
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Ford, Carter Rendered Speechless at First Presidential Debate
Sept. 23, 1976: An audio problem interrupts the first debate between presidential candidates Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford.
America 101: Why Do We Have Presidential Debates?
With the first debate just days away, former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau tells us why presidential debates have become so important during elections.
Democratic National Conventions: Past and Present
ABC News' Brad Mielke and Ann Compton tell us what to expect on the final night of the DNC and look back at past conventions.
Memorable Convention Moments on the RNC Floor
ABC News' Cokie Roberts, Ann Compton and Devin Dwyer talk about their most memorable moments from past conventions.
FiveThirtyEight Elections: The Contested Convention
The 1976 Republican National Convention was a raucous affair between Ronald Reagan and President Gerald Ford.
This Week in History: July 10-16
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Ted Cruz Attends 'GMA' Town Hall to Answer Voter Questions
The Texas senator addresses a variety of political topics during a special appearance on "Good Morning America."
Iowa Freedom Summit Draws GOP 2016 Hopefuls
ABC News' Jonathan Karl reports from Des Moines, where potential 2016 GOP candidates gathered this weekend at the Iowa Freedom Summit.
Carter Foundation's Remarkable Triumph for Public Health
The foundation's straw device has almost completely eradicated Guinea worm.
'This Week': Powerhouse Puzzler
College football inspired our question of the week, after Oregon's Marcus Mariota was awarded the Heisman Trophy this weekend.