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America 101: Why a Donkey for Democrats?
David Eisenbach uncovers the origins of the donkey as a symbol of the Democratic party.
Bronze Ceiling: Girls Seek Statue of Woman for Central Park
In Central Park, none of the 23 sculptures or busts honoring illustrious people is a woman
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.
5 Things to Know About Melania Trump
Donald Trump has been known for speaking his mind on the campaign trail -- sometimes to his detriment -- but his wife doesn’t take such risks. Melania Trump has made infrequent campaign appearances, and although she has given a few interviews, her highest-profile appearance will come this evening
Ben Carson, Donald Trump Say Harriet Tubman Shouldn't Be on $20 Bill
Both men said Harriet Tubman's image should instead be placed on the two dollar bill.
Donald Trump's Wife, Children Talk About His Campaign, Home Life
Melania Trump, and four of Donald's kids, Donald Jr., Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany Trump, sat down with Barbara Walters.
Donald Trump and Family Talk to Barbara Walters About His Presidential Run, What His Kids Think of Their Upbringing, and How He Is Handling the Role of Grandpa Trump
Donald Trump seems to have it all. He’s expanded his real estate company into a multibillion-dollar Trump brand, had a long-running reality TV series and behind the scenes, he has a supportive family -- his three eldest children all work for his company, The Trump Organization. But there is one
'This Week' Powerhouse Puzzler
Time for a quick break and our powerhouse puzzler. Who is the only speaker of the House of Representatives. To go on to become president. So who was the only speaker of the house to become president. Let's see what you all came up with and if anyone has the correct answer. Ford me being. They
Book Excerpt: 'Capital Dames' by Cokie Roberts
Cokie Roberts joins the "This Week" roundtable Sunday. Excerpted from CAPITAL DAMES: The Civil War and the Women of Washington by Cokie Roberts. Courtesy of HarperCollins. Copyright © Cokie Roberts 2015 CHAPTER 1: Meet the Women of Washington 1848–1856 Church bells chimed their wake-up call for the