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'Powerhouse Politics': House Republicans on who should get the speaker's gavel
Congressmen Rod Blum and Ken Buck discuss Paul Ryan's impending retirement and the influence of outside spending.
If Trump doesn't 'follow through' on Syria tweet he risks looking 'weak': Sen. Graham
ABC News' Martha Raddatz goes one-on-one with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. and asks him about the president's response to reports of a possible chemical weapons attack in Syria.
Latest on the weather, White House and Conor McGregor's arrest
Favor one Maggie ruling here taking you on location across the country following. All of today's top stories we're going to be at the white house with Karen averaged. She has the latest on rumors of a trade war on Scott Pruitt is Weller has of course stormy Daniels. We'll also checking with Eric
Trump proposes another $100 billion in China tariffs
The president also went off-script at a tax event in West Virginia, unloading on undocumented immigrants.
Trump tosses prepared remarks, riffs on immigration
President Trump criticized U.S. immigration laws, saying "women are raped at levels that nobody has ever seen before" in a roundtable discussion on tax reform.
Trump to sign proclamation directing National Guard to border
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told reporters the president would direct DHS, DoD to work with states to deploy the National Guard to the U.S.-Mexico border.
Trump wants US military to protect Mexico border
The president's statement is drawing mixed reactions as U.S. law dictates the military would be limited to a support role for border agents.
Trump calls for military to secure the border
President Trump said he is considering bringing troops home from Syria and sending troops to the U.S.-Mexico border.
White House investigates Cabinet member's rental deal
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is being investigated for his living situation last year at a Washington, D.C., townhouse co-owned by the wife of a top lobbyist.
Trump blames Democrats and Mexico for demise of DACA
The status of about 700,000 Dreamers is now up in the air, pending court cases.