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Harriet Tubman to Appear on the Front of the $20 Bill
Women and civil rights leaders will also be added to redesigns of the $5 and $10 bills.
'Hamilton' Success May Keep Alexander Hamilton on $10 Bill
The Treasury Department had planned to replace Hamilton on the currency with a female historical figure.
Why the Government Is Redesigning the $10 Bill
The renewed interest in Alexander Hamilton, the nation's first Treasury secretary, is giving the current Treasury chief a headache. The Treasury chief, Jacob Lew , is trying to follow through on his pledge last year to honor a woman on the $10 bill without wiping Hamilton off the currency entirely,
Hillary Clinton Delivers Remarks Following Projected Primary Win in Mississippi
The Democratic candidate continues to lead her opponent Bernie Sanders in delegates.
Hillary Clinton Delivers Rousing Speech Following South Carolina Primary Victory
The Democratic presidential candidate builds momentum, says "there is no barrier too big to break."
New Bernie Sanders Ad Features Eric Garner's Daughter
A new online ad by the Bernie Sanders campaign features Eric Garner's daughter, Erica Garner, explaining why she is backing the Vermont senator.
This Week in History: Best Moments from the ABC Archives
Each week Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl digs into the ABC News archives for the best moments in politics, sports and pop culture. It's the ultimate flashback, a colorful dose of nostalgia, all in just 90-seconds. Nov. 29-Dec. 5 Rosa Parks, heart transplant, Elizabeth Taylor, Newt
Hillary Clinton Calls for ‘More Love and Kindness’ During Montgomery Boycott Commemoration
Speaking from inside the historic church where the Montgomery Bus Boycott was organized, Hillary Clinton today renewed her calls for criminal justice reform, gun control , and “more love and kindness” during remarks at an event to honor the 60th anniversary of the demonstration. “Those of us who
Rosa Parks : 60th Anniversary of Day She Refused to Give Up Bus Seat
Dec. 1, 1955, was the day Rosa Parks became an icon for change. That was when the “Mother of the Modern Day Civil Rights Movement” refused to give up her bus seat to a white passenger. Parks was arrested because segregation on buses was legal in Montgomery, Alabama, at the time. Parks, an NAACP
Matt and LZ Break Down the GOP Debate Winners and Losers
ABC News Contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson analyze the second Republican debate.