Oklahoma City Bombing News
April 19, 1995: Oklahoma City bombing
The Alfred P. Murrah federal building in downtown Oklahoma City was bombed.
Divisions abound 22 years after Oklahoma City bombing
Family and friends of those killed in the Oklahoma City bombing are placing wreaths, photos and balloons on the metal chairs that memorialize the 168 people killed in the 1995 attack
Janet Reno's Time as Attorney General Filled with Difficult Decisions
Former Attorney General Janet Reno, who passed away in the early Monday morning hours, was as at the center of some incredibly difficult decisions and times a controversial figure, making her one of the most high-profile leaders at the Department of Justice . "She never shied from criticism or
What Hillary Clinton Wants in a Supreme Court Justice
Following the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia , President Obama nominated another judge, Merrick Garland , to the high court. But the highly-coveted seat has remained empty since the March nomination -- and now the next president is likely to inherit the responsibility of nominating
Pulse of America: Road Trip to the Convention With Martha Raddatz
As the nation engages in a dialogue about race and law enforcement, politics have inevitably entered the picture, with Americans looking to see who can lead the country and bridge the divide during this difficult moment in history. Last week in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis, communities grieved for
Dallas Mass Shooting Is Deadliest Day for Law Enforcement Since 9/11
The mass shooting in Dallas that left five officers dead and six others wounded is the deadliest attack on law enforcement since 9/11, according to statistics from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Dallas Police have confirmed that four of their police officers have died, and
Senate Responds to Obama's SCOTUS Nomination
Obama makes his nomination for the open Supreme Court seat - will the Republicans get on board?
What To Know About the Supreme Court Nomination
ABC News' Terry Moran and Shushannah Walshe tell you what you need to know about the Supreme Court nomination.
Merrick Garland: Supreme Court Nomination 'Greatest Honor of My Life'
Judge Merrick Garland called President Obama’s decision to nominate him for the critical ninth seat on the Supreme Court the "greatest honor of his life" and said he is "grateful beyond words" for a chance to serve as a justice. Considered a moderate, Garland is currently the chief judge of the
President Obama Nominates Merrick Garland for Supreme Court
Merrick Garland is a judicial moderate who currently serves as chief justice of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.