SPECIAL REPORT: Celebrating the life and legacy of Barbara Bush
The funeral for the former first lady was held today at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Texas.
Former President Barack Obama offered a full-throated defense of the Affordable Care Act at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston Sunday evening, where he was accepting the Profile in Courage award, the same week House Republicans finally passed a plan they say will replace his signature
President Donald Trump is set to welcome his second foreign leader to the White House as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives in Washington, D.C ., tomorrow. While British Prime Minister Theresa May was the first foreign leader to visit after the inauguration , a step toward solidifying the
Against the backdrop of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, and with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his side, President Barack Obama spoke Tuesday about the ills of tribalism and war. "I hope that together we send a message to the world that there is more to be won in peace than in
espnW will publish a bi-weekly poem on Sundays. This week, Parneshia Jones writes a poem celebrating WNBA star Tina Charles. Just call me "Miss Basketball". Come to the center with me. My half court equator will show you the world. No borders or walls, my cross over is translator, my fade away --
NOTABLES DONALD TRUMP CLINCHES REPUBLICAN NOMINATION AFTER SECURING REQUIRED DELEGATES: Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to secure the Republican Party 's presidential nomination . Based on ABC News’ analysis of pledged delegates won and commitments made by unbound delegates,
"Seventy-one years ago, on a bright, cloudless morning, death fell from the sky and the world was changed," President Obama began, imagining the horror of Aug. 6, 1945. "A flash of light and a wall of fire destroyed the city. It demonstrated that mankind possessed the means to destroy itself."
The U.S. ambassador to Japan explains how the tense moment in Okinawa underscores the importance of the U.S.-Japanese alliance.
The U.S. ambassador to Japan said she thinks people are concerned about what it may mean for the American alliance.
World leaders are “concerned” about how a Donald Trump presidency would affect relationships between their countries and the United States, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy said today in Japan. “I think people are concerned,” Kennedy, the U.S. Ambassador to Japan, told ABC News. “What they’re concerned