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The Roots of Trumpismo: Populism and Pushback (POLL)
A reality-TV-star billionaire businessman tears up the rules and vaults to the brink of the Republican nomination for president, begging the political question of the year: What is support for Donald Trump all about? The answer, according to statistical analysis of an array of possible explanations
Kansas State Students Sue After University Allegedly Ignored Sexual Assaults
The two women suing Kansas State University after claiming the school ignored their allegations of being sexually assaulted are breaking their silence. Sara Weckhorst and Tessa Farmer told ABC News in an exclusive interview that they went public with their names because they feel they've done
In the Wake of Scalia's Death, What's Obama's Next Move?
ABC News' Terry Moran looks at the uphill battle President Obama will face in nominating Scalia's successor.
In the Wake of Scalia's Death, What Happens Next in the Supreme Court
ABC News' Terry Moran discusses Justice Antonin Scalia's legacy, the impact his death will have on current supreme court cases and Obama's move to nominate a successor.
Trump Threatens to Sue Cruz, Jeb Bush Brings Out Brother on Campaign Trail
As the candidates blast each other, Justice Scalia's unexpected death threw a new political wrench into the mix.
The Long and Short of What Happens to Supreme Court Docket After Antonin Scalia’s Death
The unexpected death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia leaves not only a seat empty on the highest court in the land but also a series of questions for what it means for the schedule moving forward. Scalia is not the first justice to die while still on the court, but his death amid some of
Justice Antonin Scalia's Legacy on the Supreme Court
ABC News' Terry Moran looks back on the career of the Justice known for his caustic wit and conservative views.
Antonin Scalia Leaves Behind Impressive Legacy
ABC News' Terry Moran looks back on the career of the longtime Supreme Court justice.
Bernie Sanders Looking Ahead to More Diverse Electorate
Bernie Sanders met with Rev. Al Sharpton Wednesday in New York in an apparent move to diversify his voting base, which may become crucial as the campaign moves into South Carolina. "Sanders very much needs to up his game among blacks and Hispanics if he's going to win in the more diverse states