Federal Jobs News
Reporter's Notebook: 20 Years Covering Fidel Castro
When I made my first trip to Cuba 20 years ago, Fidel Castro was firmly in charge and the people were suffering. The Soviet Union -- Cuba's powerful ally, its biggest trade partner and communist mentor -- had collapsed, leaving the failures of socialist dictatorships around the world exposed. Cuba
Gay Teacher Sues Over Firing From North Carolina High School
A gay teacher has sued a Roman Catholic school in North Carolina for firing him after he announced his wedding to a man
Turkey Arrests 60 Businessmen for Alleged Gulen Ties
Turkey's state-run news agency says that 60 businessmen have been arrested for suspected ties to the movement blamed for the failed coup in July
Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks New NC Districts, Elections
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked a lower court order directing that North Carolina legislators redraw state legislative districts within weeks and hold special elections within the altered districts this fall
Donald Trump's Chief of Staff Pick Could be Crucial
Speculation is high over who the president-elect might pick for one of the most important positions in his administration.
Matthew Dowd Discusses Donald Trump's Win, Future as President
Why was Trump's win such a surprise, and how the polls and data did not reflect the outcome.
Dipa vaults on to the biggest stage
When she stands at the top of the runway, what is she thinking? What does she see? The vaulting table for one, about 25m from where she is, separated by the runway, a platform meant for propulsion. Around her, there are stands and spectators but they begin to blur, the noise in the hall receding.
Democratic National Convention 2016: Fact-Checking the Speakers
The Democratic Party is holding its convention in Philadelphia this week. Every day, ABC News will be fact-checking speakers at the Democratic National Convention . DAY FOUR: Thursday, July 28 Fact Check: Economy Added 15 Million New Private-Sector Jobs Since Obama Inauguration Claim: The economy
Clinton IT Staffer Pleads Fifth 130 Times, Transcript Shows
Hillary Clinton 's former IT staffer, once responsible for maintaining her private computer server, refused to answer questions from lawyers about her email setup and invoked his Fifth Amendment right 130 times during a deposition this week, according to a transcript of the deposition. Bryan