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Rubio Changed His Mind, Will Run For Re-election; Co-Hosts Discuss
Mixed emotions about Marco Rubio deciding to run for office after denouncing gay marriage.
Intel Chief Defends Rights of Transgender Community
James Clapper , the director of National Intelligence, weighed in on the national debate about transgender bathroom access today. Clapper addressed the issue directly, declaring in a press release that when it comes to facilities within his buildings, “You can use whatever restroom you feel
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's Life and Legacy
ABC News' Terry Moran looks back on the conservative justice's time on the bench.
Antonin Scalia Leaves Behind Impressive Legacy
ABC News' Terry Moran looks back on the career of the longtime Supreme Court justice.
Bernie Sanders Starts to Name Names to Set Himself Apart From Hillary Clinton
The first event of Bernie Sanders ’s swing through New Hampshire this weekend was uncharacteristically small. No large, chanting crowds commonplace to his campaign. Instead the Vermont senator visited a senior center in Manchester and spoke to a thoughtful group of about 20 people before taking
Noted attorney Paul Clement hired by NFL to appeal Tom Brady decision
The NFL has hired one of the nation's most successful appellate attorneys to fight the court decision that reversed New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady 's four-game suspension for Deflategate. Paul Clement, who has argued more U.S. Supreme Court cases than any other lawyer, filed papers on
5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
Bernie Sanders Blasts Clinton Record on Gay Rights, Keystone, Free Trade Senator Bernie Sanders delivered his sharpest criticism to date of Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton tonight at the Iowa Democratic Party ’s historic Jefferson-Jackson dinner. The Vermont senator and longest-serving
Jonathan Karl on Hillary Clinton: 'She's Had the Best 10 Days of Her Campaign'
The Powerhouse Roundtable breaks down the latest news in the Democratic presidential primary.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley Make their Cases in Iowa
If there was ever a question about what differentiated the campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders , both candidates and their supporters made it loud and clear Saturday night in Iowa. The sporting event atmosphere at Hy-Vee Hall included supporters of all the three Democrats left in the