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Recording Suggests Hillary Clinton Backers Testing Attack Lines Ahead of Nevada Caucus
Days before Democratic voters will caucus in Nevada, the race in the state between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton is tighter than ever. A new CNN poll out Wednesday showed the two candidates in a virtual dead heat in the state and staff from the Sanders campaign confirmed to ABC News that they
A History of Political Dirty Tricks in South Carolina
When it comes to presidential politics, South Carolina’s trademark southern charm goes right out the window. Forget about the mint juleps and hushpuppies, the Palmetto State is notorious for its history of mudslinging, whisper campaigns and vicious rumors. South Carolina can still be the place that
Lawyers for Aaron Hernandez Request a Jail Transfer
The defense accused a sheriff of conspiring with the prosecution to find extra evidence against the former football player.
Liz Cheney Says She is 'Not Pro-Gay Marriage'
Liz Cheney said Friday she is “not pro-gay marriage,” breaking with members of her family, most notably her father, former Vice President Dick Cheney. Cheney is running for the U.S. Senate in Wyoming, challenging fellow Republican Sen. Mike Enzi. In a statement today she accused...
Digital Report: 2 Supreme Court Decisions Boost Gay Marriage
ABC News' Terry Moran, Rick Klein and Cecilia Vega on implications, reaction to historic ruling.
Ian Somerhalder Discusses His Role On CW's The Vampire Diaries
The actor talks about his character, Damon Salvatore, and his first rehearsal when he was 10 years old.
Cindy McCain Says Anti-Huntsman Web Video 'Has Shades of 2000 All Over It'
Cindy McCain took to twitter today to assail the web video made by a supporter of Ron Paul – and since disavowed by the Paul campaign – that smears Jon Huntsman as some sort of tool of Chinese interests, dragging his adopted daughters into it...
SNEAK PEEK: With F.O.B.'s Like These
One Month Until the Iowa Caucuses The Democratic '08ers -- minus Bill Richardson -- take part Tuesday in an audio-only debate sponsored by NPR and Iowa Public Radio. Tuesday's debate, which gets underway at 2:00 pm ET in Des Moines, will be the first debate since slight changes in the Iowa horse
THE NOTE: Tricks and Turkeys
Here with 10 battles that could determine the presidency: 1. Mitt Romney vs. Rudy Giuliani (and not just over hairlines). 2. Fred Thompson vs. Mike Huckabee (and not just over comedy chops). 3. Dirty Tricksters vs. Dirty Trickees , assuming they are different people ). 4. Dirty Tricksters vs. Dirty
SNEAK PEEK: Rudy Courts NASCAR Dads
The Thanksgiving holiday travel season begins this weekend and domestic airlines expect 27 million passengers to fly over the next 12 days. Add to that number the presidential candidates who hit the campaign trail to squeeze out as many retail politics stops, town hall meetings and media