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Sunday on 'This Week': Former CIA Director David Petraeus
Martha Raddatz speaks exclusively with former CIA director Gen. David Petraeus , Sunday on “This Week.” The Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics, with ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd , ABC News’ Cokie Roberts , FiveThirtyEight senior political writer Perry Bacon Jr. , and
Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, US Navy prepares to defend allies
ABC News' Martha Raddatz went on board the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier to witness the US Navy's bilateral training exercise with South Korea.
Trump's chief of staff defends call to Army widow
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly made a surprise press briefing appearance to defend President Trump's controversial call to the widow of Army Sgt.
The Note: Bush, Obama and Gen. Kelly try to elevate the dialogue in the era of Trump
The TAKE with Rick Klein After a week of flags and phone calls, and rather typical flare-ups in the era of Trump , some voices from the past and present sought to bring a hush to the noise . Two former presidents, from much different background and persuasions, urged a path forward that drew on the
FULL SPECIAL REPORT: Trump talks about Iran Nuclear Deal
President Trump officially announced his decision to decertify the Iran Nuclear Agreement and announced new sanctions on Iran and Iran's revolutionary guard "to block their financing of terror."
Trump expected to 'decertify' Iran deal
President Trump is expected to announce in a speech that the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal no longer serves U.S. national security interests.
US conducts military drills over Korean Peninsula
The U.S. action comes amid allegations from a South Korean lawmaker that North Korea allegedly stole a cache of classified military documents from South Korea.
The Note: What's dangerously serious about Trump's feud with Corker
THE TAKE with ABC News' Rick Klein What happened to the calm part? The storms have begun, and just might spill over into real wars before they're done. Sen. Bob Corker’s public feud with President Trump is no mere war of words , even in the Trumpian insult era. Corker is blowing the lid off of
'We don't allow families to own tanks' and should control guns too: Democratic lawmaker
A Massachusetts Democrat who served in the Iraq War and now serves in Congress calls for "commonsense" steps to reduce gun violence. A Virginia Republican who is also an Iraq War veteran serving in Congress cautions that in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre it's important to maintain “clarity
San Juan mayor’s complaints dismissed as 'political noise’ by FEMA chief
The San Juan mayor’s continuing complaints about the federal emergency response to the devastation in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria are just "political noise," said Brock Long, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency . “We filtered out the mayor a long time ago," Long told ABC