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What to Watch for in the West Virginia Primary
Nearly eight years ago to the day, Hillary Clinton beat Barack Obama by a 2-1 margin in West Virginia. Fast-forward to today, and the dynamics in the state have almost entirely flipped. Bernie Sanders is expected to do well today and Clinton, once on top in coal country and now hoping to unify the
Mourning in Sadr City, Baghdad's Deadliest District
Among the dozens killed when a truck bomb struck a crowded market last week in Baghdad's Sadr City were two brothers who like so many others in the impoverished Shiite district were just trying to make ends meet
Bernie Sanders Rails Against Income Inequality in Rural America
The presidential candidate spoke in Huntington, W.Va., on the evening of five Northeast primaries.
Georgia Governor Under Pressure From Hollywood, Businesses to Veto 'Anti-LGBT' Bill
Hollywood stars and major U.S. companies have spoken out against a bill in Georgia that they argue discriminates against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. Georgia's House Bill 757, known as the Free Exercise Protection Act but by critics as the "anti- LGBT " bill, includes language
Marco Rubio: 'Everyone's Attacking Me' As Rivals Grow 'Desperate'
ABC's Jonathan Karl gets exclusive behind the scenes access with Rubio in New Hampshire.
Michigan Lawmakers Caught in Extramarital Affair Cover-Up and Aides Who Exposed Them Speak Out
It was late at night on May 19, 2015, when Ben Graham got a strange phone call from his boss, then-Michigan State Representative Todd Courser, asking him to come to his law office in Lapeer, Michigan, as soon as possible. "In a very, the most serious tone I've ever heard from him, he said, 'Ben, I
Carly Fiorina Discusses Her Presidential Campaign on 'The View'
The presidential candidate said she has "thick skin" and brushed off Trump's comments of her.
Cable News Pundit Arrested for Allegedly Lying About Ties to the CIA
An indictment alleges Wayne Simmons made false claims to obtain secret security clearance and lucrative government contract jobs.
What It Was Like at the First Gay Rights Demonstration Outside White House 50 Years Ago
Paul Kuntzler said that when he and nine other people picketed the White House 50 years ago today, protesting the government's treatment of gays and lesbians, he could not imagine how far the gay rights movement would come in five decades. That protest on April 17, 1965, is believed to the first