President Obama's Final News Conference
In his final White House press conference, President Obama answered a range of questions from Chelsea Manning to his advice for Donald Trump.
North Carolina Business Increasingly Refereed With a Gavel
As North Carolina's political split widens, state business is increasingly being refereed with a judge's gavel
Trump's America: Switching Sides in Struggling Pa. County
Two neighboring Pennsylvania counties, one struggling and one wealthy, view Trump's impending presidency in sharply different ways: 'Give the guy a year,' says an out-of-work Trump enthusiast, while a stay-at-home mom calls his actions 'scary to me.'
South Sudan Claims Mandate Has Expired for More UN Troops
South Sudan's government is claiming that the U.N. Security Council mandate to send a new contingent of 4,000 peacekeepers to boost the existing force has expired
Holder to Lead Democratic Effort to Redraw District Lines
Former Attorney General Eric Holder is formally announcing a new effort aimed at challenging the partisan gerrymandering that's left Democrats struggling to win local and state offices
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
N Carolina Voters Ask Supreme Court for No Delays on Maps
Voters who successfully sued to throw out 28 North Carolina legislative districts urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to preserve a lower court demand that boundaries be redrawn very soon so there can be special elections this fall
SPECIAL REPORT: President Obama Delivers Final News Conference of 2016
This is an ABC news special. George Stephanopoulos. Good afternoon we're coming on the air now because trust Obama is about to hold what may be the final press conference at his presidency. It has been an annual tradition about an hour of sparring with a reporters before heading to why with his
Election Cycle Pedals Through Most Gerrymandered Political District in America
North Carolina's 12th congressional district has been redrawn five times since 1993.
Tour the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
ABC News' Serena Marshall learns about some of the spookiest stories in American history at the famous cemetery.