Defense Secretary Mattis: No plan to seize Iraqi oil
Jim Mattis arrived in Iraq on an unannounced visit as the battle to oust ISIS militants from western Mosul moved into its second day and as the Pentagon considers ways to accelerate the campaign against the group in other parts of the country and in Syria.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: OJ Simpson 1997 Civil Trial Concludes
Feb. 24, 1997: The jury decides Simpson must pay the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman millions of dollars in damages.
Trump and Romney Sit Down for Dinner
Fierce political rivals sit down for a nice dinner; Romney is among the contenders for secretary of state.
Deadly Suicide Bombing Near Baghdad
Shite Muslims on a religious pilgrimage are killed as ISIS continues to lose ground in the battle for Mosul.
'Election Cycle' Rides Its Way Into Times Square on Election Night
ABC News' TJ Holmes talks with Michael Koenigs about his cross country journey.
Mississippi Church Set on Fire and Vandalized With 'Vote Trump,' Authorities Launch Hate Crime Investigation
have launched a hate crimes investigation after a local church was burned and vandalized with the words "Vote Trump" on Tuesday evening.
Go Inside the Spy Museum's Secret Collection
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Iraqi Forces Enter Mosul After 2-Week Offensive, Heavy Fighting
In a fresh assault on the ISIS stronghold of Mosul, Iraqi special forces fought their way into the city at daybreak this morning under heavy fire.
Mosul Offensive in Iraq 'Ahead of Schedule' at Start, Fight Could Get Tougher
Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook discusses the initial start of the Iraqi government's push to retake the ISIS held city.
FBI and State Department Deny Conspiring to Declassify Clinton Email
The State Department and FBI are denying that they negotiated any "quid pro quo" to declassify a Benghazi-related email found on Hillary Clinton's private email server, as newly-released FBI documents show what was allegedly discussed.