'The View' co-hosts discuss tragedy in Las Vegas
"The View" co-hosts discuss the politics of gun control and language surrounding the suspect.
Gill v Whitford: Supreme Court to hear political gerrymandering case
The Supreme Court today will hear arguments in Gill v. Whitford, a political gerrymandering case out of Wisconsin. Political gerrymandering, which refers to the act of drawing legislative districts for partisan advantage, is a common practice. This case asks when the use of politics in
The Note: Trump can't avoid talking about guns after Vegas shooting
THE TAKE with ABC News’ Rick Klein The White House is seeking to close out discussion on gun control after Las Vegas in the now-predictable way. “There’s a time and place for a political debate,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said, making clear that the president thinks this is neither
Supreme Court in new term to weigh political gerrymandering , other high-stakes cases
The Supreme Court begins a new term today that will be packed with high-stakes cases on issues from partisan gerrymandering to whether private outfits such as a bakery can refuse service to same-sex weddings. Also to come before the court is a case about dues-paying to public-sector unions. The new
The Note: A nation reels as mass shooting strikes Las Vegas
THE TAKE with ABC News’ Rick Klein This weekend would suggest that there is little or nothing exempt from the politics of division, as practiced by President Trump. Now comes a fresh test – the worst mass shooting in U.S. history , not to mention the Trump presidency , at a country-music festival
Rep. Maxine Waters on whether she'd run for president in 2020
Waters says, "I am not running for anything except the impeachment of Trump!"
Michael Moore talks abolishing the Electoral College, what Democrats must do to win
Moore explains why he believes the Electoral College is an "archaic" institution.
GOP candidate Handel wins Georgia special election
Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff battled it out in one of the most expensive congressional races in U.S. history.
Bill Maher says Democrats made white people 'feel like a minority' in 2016 election
Now my has his own thoughts on why Democrats came up short and how Republicans tapped into what Botha's really wanted to hear. Well. Ease up on the identity politics. They pulled off quite an eight tricked into running sixth in May they made white people who are still. That the majority in this
Obama makes first post-presidential public appearance in Chicago
Former President Obama today offered a preview of what his new role will be in his first public remarks since leaving office.