Dan Quayle News
June 15, 1992: Dan Quayle misspells 'potato'
During a visit to a Trenton, New Jersey, school, the former vice president told a student to add an "e" at the end of the word.
TAPS Organization Discusses Inauguration Parade March
Bonnie Carroll, the founder of the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, discusses the group's participation in the inaugural parade with ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Dan Harris and LZ Granderson.
Donald Trump's Transition Team Gears Up for Senate Confirmation Hearings
Some Democrats are concerned that hearings are beginning before ethics reviews are completed.
The Note: Trump Cabinet Questions Persist
NOTABLES --ROMNEY, TRUMP HAVE DINNER AMID CABINET SPECULATION: As he continues to form a Cabinet while his advisers feud over who should be secretary of state, Donald Trump dined with a contender for the position -- and campaign trail foe -- former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. The men, joined by
Dan Quayle Visits Trump Tower to Offer 'Personal Congratulations'
In an unexpected sighting Tuesday, former Vice President Dan Quayle showed up at Trump Tower to offer his "personal congratulations" to President-elect Donald Trump , who has been meeting with potential Cabinet picks this afternoon. "I was in the area and I stopped by to see the president-elect to
Inside President Obama's Final White House Concert
Guests at President Obama's final concert at the White House had to go through three security checkpoints and then take the low-tech step of placing their cellphones in brown paper bags that would be returned to them at the end of the night. No one questioned the security precaution that would
Debates and Life: Determining Success and Who Wins
Defining who won can be difficult if the standard of success isn't defined clearly. This is as true in life as it is in politics. Sometimes people in their life define success as professional accomplishment, financial gain, notoriety, material goods (houses, cars, etc). Other people define success
5 Memorable Moments in Vice-Presidential Debate History
Tonight, two relatively unknown politicians will be thrust into the national spotlight for the vice-presidential debate. Tim Kaine , the junior Democratic senator from Virginia, and Mike Pence, the Republican governor of Indiana, will take the stage tonight at Longwood University in Farmville,
Clinton Whomps in Debate Reactions; Trump's Unfavorability Edges Up (POLL)
Americans see Hillary Clinton as the winner of the first presidential debate by a near-record margin in ABC News/Washington Post post-debate polls, with nearly half saying Donald Trump got his facts wrong and one in three saying he outright lied. His unpopularity grew slightly. While views of both