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Breakfast With Sanders Delegates at the DNC
ABC News' LZ Granderson has breakfast with Bernie Sanders supporters at the DNC in Philadelphia.
FBI Probe Contradicts Clinton's Claim She Never Sent Classified Emails
Today's bombshell announcement from FBI Director James Comey regarding Hillary Clinton 's use of a private email server underscores discrepancies between what the agency found in its yearlong investigation and what Clinton has publicly said about her email use. Even though the FBI said it "cannot
Which famous fans follow the top 25 teams?
With Mark Schlabach's most recent Way-Too-Early Top 25 rankings as our guide, we have ranked everything from the weakest position groups to the most likely future presidential candidates. This week, football meets Hollywood. Who are the top celebrity fans for the top 25 teams? 1. Alabama Crimson
Mass Protest Latest Sign of Opposition to US Military Presence on Okinawa
The massive protests that have taken place in Okinawa, Japan, over a U.S. contractor's alleged rape and murder of a local woman underscores the long history of tensions on the island that has a large U.S. military presence there. Roughly 65,000 people attended a rally on Sunday, many wearing black
'This Week' Transcript: House Speaker Paul Ryan, Paul Manafort, and Sen. Bernie Sanders
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Drunk Driving Incident Highlights Controversy Over American Military Presence in Japan
An incident in which an American sailor allegedly drove drunk in the wrong direction on a freeway on Saturday represents the latest chapter in the story of a growing rift between the U.S. Military and residents of Okinawa, Japan, many of whom want to see an end to the robust American presence that
Clinton Email: 5 Big Takeaways From the State Dept. Report
The Hillary Clinton email controversy has dogged the former secretary of state for more than a year and has now reached new prominence as the Democratic presidential contender attempts to fight off a challenge by Sen. Bernie Sanders . Yesterday, a report released by the State Department’s Office of
Hillary Clinton Violated Email Policy, State Dept. Says
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and some of her predecessors violated the government's policies on email use and records retention, the State Department 's inspector general says. The department's investigative office made the conclusion in a report released only to members of Congress
'The View' Guesses Donald Trump's Vice Presidential Pick
The co-hosts ponder who the presumptive GOP nominee will choose for his running mate.
Roger Goodell: Women will interview for open executive jobs
SAN FRANCISCO -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday that the league will institute a Rooney Rule for women when it comes to all NFL executive positions. He announced the decision in opening remarks at the NFL Women's Summit, where roughly 250 men and women associated with the league are