Emails Show Clinton's Response to LGBT Backlash
Hillary Clinton's aides fretted over how to respond to backlash from the gay community after Clinton praised former first lady Nancy Reagan for starting a "national conversation" about AIDS in the 1980s
Emails Show Clinton Treading Lightly With Wall Street Talks
Speech transcripts that are part of hacked emails released by WikiLeaks show Hillary Clinton taking a soft-handed approach to Wall Street
Speech Transcripts Show Clinton Avoided Blaming Wall Street
Transcripts disclosed by WikiLeaks show Hillary Clinton generally avoided direct criticism of Wall Street as she examined the causes and responses to the financial meltdown during a series of paid speeches to Goldman Sachs
Pedaling Profile: Mayor of Bloomington Talks Trump
Mayor Tari Renner pedaled with ABC News' Michael Koenigs around his city of Bloomington, Illinois.
Where We Stand on Stalled Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland
President Obama nominated federal judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court this spring after Justice Antonin Scalia 's unexpected death. "This is the greatest honor of my life,” Garland said alongside Obama during his nomination announcement. “For me, there could be no higher public service than
Trump Gets SNL Treatment, His Controversial Comments At Pennsylvania Rally
Donald Trump pulls out all the stops and unleashes a new contentious plea to help get more votes.
Kristen Soltis Anderson Recaps the Candidates' Performance
ABC News Contributor Kristen Soltis Anderson addresses the candidates' messages after the first presidential debate.
Brady Campaign to Congress: 'While You Were Out, 4,500 People Died From Gun Violence'
As Congress reconvenes from a nearly seven-week recess, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has a message for politicians: “While you were out, 4,500 people died from gun violence.” Today, organizers from the Brady Campaign handed out hundreds of these pink memos to congressmen as they
2 Months After Orlando Massacre, Survivors, Victims' Families Coping With Loss, Trying to Move Forward
Christine Leinonen sat on her couch with a stack of old photographs on her lap, and pointed out one of her son smiling from when they had gone out to dinner for his birthday. “He was one of the good ones,” she said. “You would have loved him as your neighbor, as your son, as your cousin you would