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Gunman who shot congressman had history of anti-GOP activity
A South Carolina lawmaker recalled a man politely asking whether the team practicing on a baseball field Wednesday morning was made up of Democrats or Republicans.
International Women's Day rally in New York
ABC News' Charli James reports from women's rally in New York City's Washington Square Park
'The Young Independents' Undecided Voters at George Mason University
Young voters discuss their decision-making process in the final days before the 2016 election.
Young Voters React to Perception of Millennials in Politics
'The Young Independents' of George Mason University talk about the generalizations made about their generation in the 2016 election cycle.
Joe Biden Slams 'Biden Rule,' Calls for Consideration of Merrick Garland to SCOTUS
Vice President Joe Biden called on Senate Republicans today to consider President Obama's Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland , while also defending his past comments that Republicans have used to defend their move to deny Obama the ability to fill the seat of the late Justice Antonin Scalia .
Pope Francis Addresses Congress at US Capitol
The pontiff touched on immigration, the death penalty, climate change and the refugee crisis.
Post-State of the Union Breakdown: The State of President Obama's Message
ABC News' political experts Rick Klein and Jeff Zeleny analyze the president's address and the Republican response.
Obama and Immigration: What He Did vs. How He Did it
A slim majority of Americans support the immigration program created by Barack Obama’s executive action – but divisions on whether he exceeded his authority impede most of the political capital he might have gained. Overall, 52 percent support Obama’s initiative, with 44 percent opposed. But...
Midterm Elections 2014: Republicans Take Control of the Senate
ABC's Dan Harris takes a look at what the midterm election results mean for President Obama and the rest of country.
Majority Of Millennials Turn On Obama, Favor a GOP-Led Congress
Many Democrats who are fighting to win re-election next week were swept into office with President Obama in 2008, with the help of millennial voters. Now, more than half of likely 18-29 year-old voters want a Republican-led Congress, according to a new poll from the Harvard University Institute of