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Can Trump Be Stopped?
Republican strategist, Ana Navarro tells us whether or not Donald Trump can be stopped.
Huge Lines Take Over Voting Locations for the South Carolina Primary
Carolina. The polls still open in the republican primary there. Turnout has been steady across the state all day long. Lons long lines at voting sites, and ABC's Tom llamas is covering this side of the story. He joins us from trump watch party in Spartanburg. W confident are they feeling in there
President Obama's Last State of the Union Gets Unexpected Response From Some Republicans
There was applause by House Speaker Ryan and the Republican response from Gov. Nikki Haley.
Students at Citadel Facing Suspension After Disturbing Images Were Allegedly Posted Online
Eight cadets from the prestigious military school may have been wearing white hoods similar to the Ku Klux Klan.
The Hottest Topics on Facebook in 2015
The social media giant has revealed the most talked-about topics of 2015, measured by how often various stories were mentioned in users' posts.
University of Missouri President Resigns, Campus Reacts
ABC News tours UM campus hours after Timothy M. Wolfe resigns as President.
Joel McHale's Opening Monologue at the ESPY Awards
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Atticus Finch: How 'Go Set a Watchman' May Impact the Literary Hero's Image
Van Jones, Greta Van Susteren, Kristen Soltis Anderson and Cokie Roberts discuss Harper Lee's new novel and the confederate flag coming down.
What's Next for the Confederate Flag After South Carolina's Removal From State Grounds?
Both Mississippi and Washington, D.C., engage in debates about the future of the emotionally charged symbol.
South Carolina's Removal of Confederate Flag Marks New Era
Lawmakers remove the flag from the statehouse, a move spurred on as a result of Dylann Roof's alleged fatal shooting at a historic black church.