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White House doctor: Trump in good health, passed cognitive exam
Presidential physician Dr. Ronny Jackson answered reporters' questions at the White House daily press briefing.
12/19/17: The Year: 2017
Robin Roberts and an all-star team of ABC News anchors and correspondents take a look back at the historic and most memorable moments of 2017.
'Three Billboards' star Sam Rockwell on Oscar buzz: 'It's kind of overwhelming'
Rockwell appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk his role in the film "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."
Both Bush presidents critical of Trump in new book
Former President George H.W. Bush called then-candidate Donald Trump a "blowhard" during the 2016 presidential campaign , saying he seemed to be driven by "ego" rather than a call to public service. His son, former President George W. Bush, was critical of how Trump rose to power, telling the
On who is target of Russia probe’s 1st charges, ‘if you’re the person, you know’: Christie
Whoever is targeted in the first charges sought by the special counsel 's Russia investigation likely already knows, said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie , a former federal prosecutor. “Believe me, if you’re the person, you know,” Christie, a former U.S. attorney, told ABC News Chief Anchor George
Special Report: Hurricane Harvey makes landfall in Texas as a Category 4 storm
National Hurricane Center warns of catastrophic flooding due to rain fall and storm surge.
Trump could face GOP challengers in the 2020 election
As President Trump’s approval among Republican voters drops, speculation looms about potential challengers from within the GOP ahead of the 2020 election. Just over six months into his presidency, a CNN poll released Tuesday found that Trump’s strong approval rating among Republicans has fallen to
Fears of hackers targeting US hospitals, medical devices for cyber attacks
Cybersecurity experts are rushing to analyze the new ransomware known by some as “Petya” that quickly spread to countries around the world Tuesday, including the United States, with hackers holding computers hostage for ransom payouts. Among the U.S. computers affected in the Petya attack were
Fears of hackers targeting hospitals, medical devices
"Nightline" was on-site for the first-ever hospital cyber attack simulation designed to help doctors prepare for what cybersecurity experts say is a very real threat.