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Matthew Dowd: NRA 'successful' at forcing 'mythic binary choice' on gun control
Following the "March for Our Lives" Saturday, the "This Week" Powerhouse Roundtable discusses the political impact of young people advocating for gun control.
Chelsea Clinton reacts to #MeToo, #TimesUp movements
The "She Persisted Around the World" author says she hopes women speaking about sexual misconduct means the next generation of girls will have their voices "so valued and listened to."
Tony Rock discusses his new BET game show, 'Black Card Revoked"
It's a million ABC radio I'm super excited because I have B one B ul Li Tony rock sitting right probably see how how are you. Madeleine rain and Greg thank yeah we're talking about a year of eighteen BT theory and theory black card road below yes. And I airs Thursday night and PM eastern standard
Aug. 18, 1995: Rosa Parks reflects on not giving up her bus seat
Parks corrected the myth that she gave up her bus seat because she was tired, saying she did not feel that it was right for her to be made to move to another seat.
Rep. John Lewis talks skipping Trump's inauguration, Charlottesville and his experience in the civil rights movement
Lewis told "The View" Martin Luther King Jr. "would have taken the same position I did" on not meeting with Trump.
High school girl vanished from home found safe in New York
little as $5 a month. To the "Index." The search for a missing high school girl. Caitlin vanishing from her home. Authorities believe she ran off with a high school soccer coach. Surveillance videos showing them in Georgia and in the Carolinas and finding them today in new York. She is safe and
Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones take knee before national anthem
The Cowboys stood and linked arms during the national anthem as other teams, including the Pittsburgh Steelers, and players, like Denver Broncos star Von Miller, experience fallout from their reactions to President Trump's comments on the NFL.
Donald Trump Taps Sen. Jeff Sessions for Attorney General
ABC News' Pierre Thomas reports on what to expect at the Justice Department if Senator Jeff Sessions is confirmed as attorney general.
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."
How the Library of Congress is Advancing Children's Education With New Technologies
Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden weighs in on the future of education in conjunction with the Library of Congress.