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Meet One of Voters Who Cast Her Ballot for Hillary Clinton
As a teenager in the summer of 1974, Betsy Davidson inherited her political ideology. “Of course all I wanted to do at 15 was go to the beach all summer long,” she recalled. “And my grandmother and her sister spent the entire summer watching the Watergate hearings, not going to the beach. And my
Why I'm Voting for Clinton: 'I Trust Hillary Completely'
My name is Betsy Davidson I'm 57 years old I live at Huntington bay new York and I'm voting for Hillary. I come from a long line. Of democratic women the summer of 1974. I must have been fifteen years old and my grandmother and her sister spent the entire summer watching the Watergate hearings this
Today in History
Today in History Today is Sunday, July 24, the 206th day of 2016. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 24, 1866, Tennessee became the first state to be readmitted to the Union after the Civil War. On this date: In 1783, Latin American revolutionary Simon
2-Time Pulitzer-Winning Reporter for Chicago Tribune Dies
William Gaines, who won two Pulitzer Prizes as an investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune, has died
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: May 15-21
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Kevin Spacey: King of the Oval Office?
Spacey appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers to talk about his newest role as President Richard Nixon in the new film "Elvis & Nixon."
The Real 'Spotlight': Meet Team That Inspired the Oscar-Winning Film
Note: This interview was conducted with past and present members of the Boston Globe Spotlight team, who were featured in "Spotlight," which won Best Picture on Oscar Sunday. However, it took place before the awards show. Mike Rezendes, Walter Robinson and Sacha Pfeiffer are all still at The Globe
Freed Washington Post Reporter Gives Emotional Thanks to Colleagues, John Kerry
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian , who spent more than 500 days in detention in Iran, spoke today at the official opening of the newspaper’s new headquarters, thanking his colleagues and Secretary of State John Kerry for working hard to secure his freedom. "I am happy to be home with you," he
Former US Senator, Actor Fred Thompson Dead at 73
Former U.S. Senator and actor Fred Thompson has died at the age of 73, after a recurrence of lymphoma, according to a statement from his family . Thompson, who served eight years as a U.S. Senator for Tennessee, was also a GOP presidential candidate, an attorney during President Nixon's Watergate