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How Trump's Transition Compares to Recent Presidents
Naming cabinet appointees and a White House staff in the transition period can be a stressful, messy and even tumultuous process. Even though Trump has named a chief of staff, Reince Priebus, and chief strategist, former Breitbart chief Steve Bannon, his team has been plagued by disarray and
WikiLeaks Dumps More Than 1,000 Hillary Clinton Emails
Hillary Clinton and the WikiLeaks trail more than a thousand new emails dump today alone in at least one of them already making headlines what a top campaign official. Allegedly said about Latinos. And look at this tonight images coming in from Ohio early voting began today that key battleground in
Campaign Chief John Podesta Asked Hillary Clinton to Call 'Needy Latinos,' According to Wikileaks Email
In a purportedly hacked email released on the Wikileaks website, Hillary Clinton ’s campaign chairman John Podesta appears to write to Hillary Clinton and a top aide urging Clinton to call prominent Latino politicians, including former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and former Energy Secretary
Voters in St. Louis on What They Would Ask the Presidential Candidates in Tonight's Town Hall
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks talks with voters outside of Ted Drewes Frozen Custard in St. Louis, Missouri.
Lab Chimps 'Abandoned' on African Island, Activists Say
Dozens of chimpanzees used in experimental labs in Africa by an American health charity are now living on their own on African islands, where activists say their previous lives in cages have not prepared them to survive in the wild. The New York Blood Center (NYBC) began experimenting on
North Korea Tells ABC News ‘No Exception’ to US Detainees Being Treated as Prisoners of War
U.S. citizens being held in North Korean prisons will be subjected to wartime laws with "no exception," a Pyongyang diplomat told ABC News in an exclusive interview. The basis for a wartime designation of prisoners such as Otto Warmbier and Kim Dong Chul, two Americans being held there, is
N. Korean Missile Test Won’t Impact Negotiations for US Detained Student, Experts Say
The surprise missile test launched by North Korea today will likely not help relations between the rogue nation and the United States, but it may not directly impact the negotiations for the release of an American college student who has been detained there, according to former New Mexico Gov. Bill
North Korea Fires Ballistic Missiles Into Sea of Japan
The launches are in violation of existing United Nations Security Resolutions barring North Korea from conducting ballistic missile tests.
Diplomatic Battle to Get American Student Back From North Korea
United States is quietly working to free Otto Warmbier, who North Koreans claim was stealing a political banner.
Other Americans Who Have Been Detained in North Korea
American student Otto Warmbier, who was sentenced to serve 15 years of hard labor because he tried to steal a propaganda poster in North Korea, is not the first American to be detained there. At least three Americans -- a student and two men who were held for perceived missionary activities -- were