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Fed officials: Stronger economy boosts chance for rate hikes
Fed officials in January felt rising growth prospects boosted chances for more rate hikes
Florida lawmakers face political pressure after Parkland shooting
A number of Florida politicians are facing public pressure to act after 17 students were killed during a deadly mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland last week — blowback that advocates hope could bring about some type of reform in the gun-friendly state. What that
Trump signals support for modest new gun measures
President Trump directed the U.S. Department of Justice to draft regulations banning bump stocks and signaled support for strengthening gun background checks.
White House holds 1st press briefing since Florida high school shooting
ABC News' powerhouse political team covers the WH press briefing on "The Briefing Room."
App helps to curb food waste, local hunger
The Food Rescue US app connects food donors with organizations who are in need.
School shooting survivors announce march on Washington
Survivors of the Florida shooting are demanding changes in gun-control legislation from politicians under the "never again" movement and will meet with state lawmakers.
Christie: Trump 'should be staying out of law enforcement business' after indictments
Former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson and former New Jersey governor and ABC News contributor Chris Christie discuss the fallout from new indictments in the Russia investigation.
Romney makes it official: He's running for Utah Senate seat
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is making a political comeback by running a Utah Senate seat
House races offer Democrats best shot at claiming a chamber in Congress
Democrats want to take back at least one chamber of Congress this year, and the House of Representatives may be their best shot. The party needs to win 24 seats to make that happen and, as seen in the races below, Democrats are counting on swing districts, those held by retiring or resigned
Special counsel announces indictment against Russian nationals
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictments, saying the defendants communicated with "unwitting" Trump campaign officials.