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WH spokesman: If meeting with Trump doesn't happen, 'it's the North Koreans' fault'
ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl goes one-on-one with White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah on "This Week."
'This Week' Transcript 3-11-18: White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah
This is a rush transcript and will be updated. JONATHAN KARL, ABC NEWS: Let's bring on Raj Shah, principle deputy press secretary in the Trump White House. Raj, welcome to this week. RAJ SHAH, DEPUTY PRESS SECRETARY: Jonathan, thanks for having me on. KARL: Let's get right to the big news on North
Florida congressman after shooting: 'There are bills that we can pass tomorrow'
Florida Republican Rep. Curbelo and Democratic Rep. Deutch, who represents the district where the shooting occurred, are interviewed on "This Week" about what action Congress can take now.
Trump visits Florida family members at hospital after massacre
President Donald Trump visited Broward Health North Hospital to meet with wounded students, their family members and the hospital medical team on Friday evening following the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 people dead and 14 injured. "The job they've done is
American jihadists in Syria remain terror threat to US: Report
Many of the Americans who traveled to Syria to fight alongside Islamist extremists remain a potential threat to the United States, according to a new report released by George Washington University's Program on Extremism . Researchers combed federal court records and interviewed law enforcement
Sen. Jeff Flake talks gun control in light of Texas shooting, why he won't run for re-election
Flake discusses his gun control stance and his conflicts with the Trump administration.
Pittsburgh International Airport to allow non-ticketed visitors access to gates
Pittsburgh International Airport will be the first major U.S. airport to allow public access to gates since admittance to terminals was restricted in the aftermath of 9/11. The airport will begin to allow non-ticketed visitors to enter previously passenger-exclusive zones starting Sept. 5. The new
Authorities: Cancelled New Year's Trip to New York for Fort Lauderdale Suspect
Esteban Santiago’s initial destination may not have been Fort Lauderdale, but New York City, where he had made a reservation to fly in on New Year’s Eve, authorities told ABC News. But for some unknown reason, he cancelled the flight and a few days later booked a one-way $278 ticket to Florida. New
Esteban Santiago Had One-Way Ticket to Fort Lauderdale
Esteban Santiago bought the Delta airlines ticket last Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the case.
Officials Look Into Background of Suspected Ft. Lauderdale Airport Shooter
ABC News' Brian Ross reports on the latest news emerging about Esteban Santiago.