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Fight against Russian election meddling should not have government 'regulating free speech': Former DHS chief
A former Homeland Security secretary said that the fight against Russian election meddling should put internet companies rather than the government in charge of regulating content on social media. Jeh Johnson, who headed the Department of Homeland Security in President Barack Obama’s second term,
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.
'This Week' Transcript 2-11-18: Parkland, Florida Deadly School Rampage
MARTHA RADDATZ , ABC NEWS: Those students say they’ll march on Washington, so let’s turn now to two members of Congress, democratic Congressman Ted Deutch who represents this Florida district, and republican Congressman Carlos Curbelo of South Florida. Good morning gentlemen and I’m going to start
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows
Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla.; former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson; former Gov. Chris Christie , R-N.J. ——— NBC's "Meet the Press" — Sens. James Lankford , R-Okla., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.; Broward County
‘This Week’ Special Edition: Parkland, Florida Deadly School Rampage
Sunday on “This Week,” co-anchor Martha Raddatz reports on the ground from Parkland, Florida on the deadly high school rampage, with the latest reaction from local officials, families and survivors. Plus, ABC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas and former FBI Agent and ABC News
Special counsel announces indictment against Russian nationals
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictments, saying the defendants communicated with "unwitting" Trump campaign officials.
SPECIAL REPORT: Special counsel indicts 13 Russian nationals in Russia investigation
The Justice Department indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian groups of violating criminal laws with the intent to interfere "with U.S. elections and political processes."
Abortion-rights supporters push back against gains by foes
Abortion-rights supporters are fighting back this year as never before against gains made in the past decade by opponents
GOP Senate hopeful jabs Menendez, distances self from Trump
The Republican running to unseat Sen. Bob Menendez launched his campaign alluding to the senator's dropped corruption charges and a promising to stand up to President Donald Trump
Deputy mayor resigns after comparing immigrants to raccoons
A New Jersey township's deputy mayor has resigned after being accused of racism for comparing immigrants to rabid raccoons in a Facebook post