Donald Trump Claims Credit for 50K New US Jobs
ABC News' Jon Karl and political analyst Matthew Dowd weigh in on Trump's claiming of credit, which has not been verified by ABC News, for a $50 billion investment in the U.S. by Japanese telecom and internet company SoftBank.
Index: American Backpacker Fatally Struck by Lightning in Australia
To the index tonight and word of an American backpackers been killed in a lightning strike oversees 24 year old Sam Beattie of New York died instantly. When a lightning storm hit his mountain campsite in New South Wales Australia. His girlfriend suffered minor injuries in Washington State tonight a
Trump Says Japanese Firm Will Invest $50B in US
The president elect posting to social media about his latest deal and then seconds later solidifying it with a handshake in front of cameras. Just agreed to invest fifty billion dollars in the United States. And 50000 jobs. Tweeting this deal wouldn't of happened if he hadn't won. Almost daily job
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: US , Japanese Survivors Remember Pearl Harbor, 40 Years Later
Dec. 7, 1981: 40 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, survivors from both sides remember that fateful day.
US to Return Some Land on Okinawa Military Base to Japan
We. Share your commitment. To the realignment. And are prepared to make the largest lay and transfer in the history. Our alliance. After years of protest the US is returning control of 101000 acres and Oka now while the Japanese government this month. Defense Secretary ash Carter announced the land
Ivanka Trump Could Be Most Powerful First Daughter in US History
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Trump Says Companies Won't Leave the US 'Without Consequences'
President-elect Trump spoke this afternoon at the Carrier manufacturing plant in Indianapolis.
Go Behind the Scenes of the US Botanic Garden Production Facility
ABC News' Freda Kashi tours one of the largest greenhouses in the world to see some rare and exotic plants.
See the Confiscated Plants the US Botanic Garden Keeps Under Wraps
ABC News' Freda Kashi learns why some confiscated plants are kept alive at the US Botanic Garden production facility.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: U .S . Supreme Court Rules on Flag Burning in 1989
June 21, 1989: The Supreme Court ruled that flag burning is considered a type of protected free speech under the First Amendment.