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The White House Interview (Part 1)
President Trump discusses his first week in office and his claims about widespread voter fraud.
CIA on deadline to argue for interrogation documents secrecy
A federal judge in Washington state has given the CIA has until March 8 to determine if it wants to keep some records secret about the relationship between the agency and two psychologists hired to develop harsh interrogation methods in the war on terror
President Trump: The White House Interview (Part 2)
Reporter: Mr. Trump let's talk about many things that have happened this week, Chicago, last night you tweeted about the murder rate in Chicago saying "If Chicago doesn't fix the horrible carnage going on, I will send in the feds." You will send in the fends. What do you mean by that? Right. It's
TRANSCRIPT: ABC News Anchor David Muir Interviews President Trump
On Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, ABC News "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir interviewed President Donald Trump in the White House. The following is a transcript of the interview: DAVID MUIR : Mr. President, it's an honor to be here at the White House. PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much, David.
President Trump Stands by Campaign Promise to Bring Back Torture
The president said he would rely on his national security advisers before making a final decision.
President Trump Tells ABC: Mexico Will 'Absolutely' Reimburse US for Border Wall
President Trump tells David Muir that construction of the border wall will begin in 'months.'
Everything You Need to Know About the Election Recount Efforts
The presidential election was called for Donald Trump one month ago, but that has not stopped potential recounts in four states that experts say will likely not change the outcome of the election. Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is leading the efforts in three states, while a
Gitmo Detainee Abu Zubaydah Appears in Public, Makes Case for Release
Abu Zubaydah, a high-profile detainee at the Guantanamo Bay military prison, appeared publicly for the first time at a hearing today that will determine if he is still deemed a threat to the United States or whether he could be eligible for a transfer out of the detention camp. He has not been seen
What Newly Released CIA Documents Reveal About 'Torture' in Its Former Detention Program
The Central Intelligence Agency has released some 50 documents on its former "Detention and Interrogation" program in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. The now-declassified documents highlight some of the methods used in what critics have