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Meet the People In Charge of Helping Clinton or Trump Transition to the White House
ABC News' Katherine Faulders and Alex Mallin talks to the team working with the Clinton and Trump campaigns to prepare both candidates for the 'transition of power.'
Former 'Spy Town' Sugar Grove Station up for Auction in West Virginia
A West Virginia government compound billed as a former "spy town" is up for auction. Sugar Grove Station, West Virginia, is a former a U.S. Navy miltary base run by the National Security Agency about two and a half hours from Washington, D.C. Though there are still government operations nearby, the
Hoover Who? The Battle Over the New $1.8B FBI Headquarters and a Name
A debate is brewing inside the Beltway and beyond, pitting some current and retired FBI agents against one another in a fight over the legacy of J. Edgar Hoover and whether the name of the Bureau’s first and most controversial director should grace the FBI’s proposed new $1.8 billion headquarters.
What You Need to Know About DC Metro’s Unprecedented Repair Plan
In response to safety recommendations from federal agencies and even a threat from the U.S. Transportation Secretary to shut down the entire system, the DC Metrorail network is on the eve of the biggest repair plan in its history. City officials are encouraging the 700,000 daily riders to avoid the
David Muir Reports: Can You Trust Those 'Made in America' Labels?
U.S.-based companies say the mislabeling of products costs workers their jobs
Book Excerpt: Donald Trump's 'Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again'
Excerpted from "Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again," by Donald J. Trump , Copyright 2015 Threshold Editions. OUR INFRASTRUCTURE IS CRUMBLING Our airports, bridges, water tunnels, power grids, rail systems— our nation’s entire infrastructure is crumbling, and we aren’t doing anything
How You Can Use Yelp to Review the Federal Government
Have you had a bad experience at a TSA checkpoint? Are you frustrated with long lines at a Social Security office? Do you have concerns about the upkeep at a national park? Well the federal government wants to know about your complaints or words of praise their agencies and offices, and they want
Donald Trump Announces His 2016 Presidential Bid
The famed businessman and television personality puts forth his vision for America during his campaign announcement at Trump Tower in New York City.
The Note: Obama's Immigration Actions Hit a Speed Bump
The Note 2/17/2015 The Note: Obama’s Immigration Actions Hit a Speed Bump By SHUSHANNAH WALSHE (@shushwalshe) NOTABLES BREAKING OVERNIGHT: A federal judge in Texas has blocked President Obama’s executive action on immigration, giving Texas and 25 other states time to pursue a lawsuit that aims ...
Presidents Day: One Family’s Tradition You Have to See to Believe
Friends of the Jensen family of Washington , D.C., know they shouldn't expect Christmas cards. Instead, each year Marisa Jensen, her husband, Jeff, and their daughters, Matilda, 15, and Franny, 12, take part in a much more unusual tradition: Presidents Day cards. But these are no ordinary