F-Trump bumper sticker stirs controversy in Texas
A Texas sheriff said the truck's owners are using "fighting words" and could be charged.
Obama speechwriter: 'This isn't going to be like this forever'
David Litt, a former speechwriter for President Obama, talks about landing a White House gig, making fun of Donald Trump, and his new book, "Thanks, Obama."
Trump administration rolls back birth control mandate
The administration established new rules allowing employers to claim exemption from covering contraception based on religious or moral convictions.
Dec. 8, 2004: Ten Commandments sculpture goes on tour in a pickup truck
The sculpture was the center of a 2001 controversy, when Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore installed the piece in the rotunda of the judicial building in Montgomery.
The legacy of political protest in sports
The current NFL kneeling movement started with former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, but past athletes, from Muhammad Ali to Billie Jean King, have also used their platforms for change.
Law enforcement experts on the impact of social media on crime, terrorism and national security
Good morning everyone I'm on in his eyes thanks for being with us today we are at Rutgers University live. For an incredible moderated discussion we're really pleased to host on social media crime and terrorism. And national security the Easter of course stories we've been covering many times over
NAACP issues travel advisory in Missouri
"The View" co-hosts discuss the group's warning to people of color about traveling in the state.
Video shows actions and inactions of border officers resulted in tragic 2013 incident
Investigation finds hundreds of other allegations of misconduct and threats where border officers and agents are rarely prosecuted or even punished.
Investigation suggests complaints of abuse by border officers were ignored
A year-long investigation of the agency by ABC News and The Investigative Fund finds complaints of abuse against minors that resulted in minimal scrutiny and even less accountability.
Sisters seeking asylum in the US allege abuse by US border agent
Two sisters who fled Guatemala to escape violence and seek asylum in the US say they were both violated by a US border officer.