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Bill Kristol: Clinton Better Prepared for WH, But Carson Would Be Better President
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is better prepared for the White House than GOP hopeful Ben Carson , according to ABC News contributor Bill Kristol, but the editor of the Weekly Standard says Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, would be a better president. "I don't think Ben Carson is
Mark Halperin: If Hillary Clinton Makes Mistake in Debate, It'll be the 'Only Story'
Back now. There's Joe Biden. Out with his family this weekend. So many shock waives for 2016 if he jumps into the race. Let's bring in "The roundtable." Senior writer at ESPN and co-host of the ABC digital show, straight talk, lz Granderson. Reihan Salam, executive director of national review
The Note:INSIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S INBOX
The Note: INSIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S INBOX By SHUSHANNAH WALSHE NOTABLES --WHAT DO THE E MAILS SAY? In by far the largest collection yet, the State Department released more than 4,000 emails, (some 7,000+ pages) held on Hillary Clinton 's private email server, 125 of them now deemed classified,
'This Week' Transcript: Gov. Chris Christie
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) ANNOUNCER: Starting right now on ABC's THIS WEEK UNIDENTIFIED SUPPORTERS: Hillary! Hillary! ANNOUNCER: Hillary's relaunch. HILLARY CLINTON (D-NY), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Thank you. Thank you. ANNOUNCER: Revealing a new strategy and the personal story she
Clinton Senior Adviser on the Next Phase of the Campaign
Senior Adviser Joel Benenson discusses how Hillary Clinton's second presidential run will be different than her first.
'This Week' Panel: Congress Gridlock
this republican congress turned advise and consent into deny and obstruct. These are dark days in the history of the senate. These procedural blockades are obvious and unprecedented. But the republican leader says there's nothing here. He will be remembered as the worst leader of the senate. They
A Look at Mass Shootings in the United States
If you've been following the news cycle, it seems like every month or so we hear of a horrific tragedy like today's in Newtown, CT, where police are reporting that at least 27 people were killed -- 20 of them children -- in a shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. But are mass shootings
Happiness, GDP, and the Presidential Race
Even though the outcome of the presidential race hangs significantly on the state of the economy and the unemployment rate, research has shown emotions often matter more to people than money. A clue to the appeal of one psychological concept -- happiness -- occurred during the first presidential
Romney Says Campaign 'Doesn't Need a Turnaround'
WASHINGTON — Criticism of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, including by some Republicans, continued today even as the campaign promised changes, and an effort to move on after a difficult week. Romney is to start what aides call an “intense battleground state schedule” that will hit...