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'This Week' Transcript: Mike Huckabee and John Kasich
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) ANNOUNCER: Starting right now on ABC THIS WEEK, Trump's trouble ahead -- his poll numbers are soaring, but he's facing a big new challenger. What's next for "The Donald?" And Hillary fires back -- the frontrunner taking on her growing email troubles, as
Two More Republicans Announce Run for President
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and Dr. Ben Carson join 2016 race for White House.
Mike Ditka on the 'Biggest Mistake I've Ever Made': Not Running Against Obama
Regrets? Mike Ditka has a few. The former Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints coach conceded this week that his decision to not run against Barack Obama in the Illinois 2004 Senate race was the “biggest mistake I’ve ever made.” “Not that I would have...
Newt Gingrich $4 Million in Debt; Staffers and Creditors Fume
Former Gingrich Campaign Staffers Say They're Still Waiting on Weeks of Back Pay.
Winners and Losers of the Iowa Caucus
The Iowa caucus is Tuesday and the six Republican candidates competing for a top spot are putting the pedal to the medal in a final push to woo prospective caucus-goers. But despite the thousands of bus-tour miles put on Iowa highways and dozens of meet-and-greets held in Hawkeye State diners,
Iowa Republican Caucus: The Myth of Organization
So the new Des Moines Register Poll is out concerning the Republican Caucus set for Jan. 3 and, as many of us suspected, Newt Gingrich has both the momentum and a significant lead, while Mitt Romney has fallen to third. It is now apparent exactly...
Transcript: ABC News' Jake Tapper's Exclusive Interview With President Obama
The following is a transcript from ABC News senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper's exclusive interview with President Obama on the economy and his overall performance for "Nightline" in Jamestown, N.C. ABC News' Jake Tapper: Well, you're in a good mood right now, but on the trail you seemed
The Note: Saturday Split Screen: A Make-Or-Break Day In Iowa And Rick Perry Makes It Official
While most of the national political press corps and six GOP presidential hopefuls will be in Ames, Iowa today, at about 1 p.m. Eastern all eyes will turn to Charleston, S.C. where Texas Gov. Rick Perry will make his debut as an official candidate.
Obama Says Goodbye To Gibbs: Gives His Tie Back
You should wait that. All right well Obviously. It gives his departure is not the biggest one today. Having said that. I thought I should comment. The briefing room just to say a few words. Myers department At some of you know. Robert started. Very early with me. On this wild You'll I run for the