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This Week in History America Lost a President, a Founding Father and a Cherished Space Program
This Week in History: March 25-29
Check out some of the most important political events that happened this week in history. March 25 1931: Ida B. Wells-Barnett, a former slave who became an activist and early proponent of civil rights, died on this day. She was journalist whose main cause was to do away with the practice of
TRANSCRIPT: Female Senators Sit Down With Diane Sawyer
DIANE SAWYER HOSTS A ROUNDTABLE WITH FEMALE SENATORS DIANE SAWYER: Senator Mikulski, 20 in this room. What does it mean to you? SENATOR BARBARA MIKULSKI: Diane, I can't tell you the joy that I feel in my heart to look at these 20 gifted and talented women from two different parties, different zip
Vice Presidential Debate Shockers: Eight Moments We'll Never Forget
Sarah Palin asks Joe Biden, 'Can I Call You Joe?' (2008) As the 2008 vice presidential candidates took the stage, a record 70 million Americans watching, Palin shook Biden's hand and asked if he wouldn't mind being called, "Joe." But why? Was Palin just being friendly… or was it something else, a
The Global Note: The Fury Spreads…Guarding U.S. Embassies…The Pope To Lebanon…Signing Off, After 28 Years
THE FURY SPREADS -BIG PICTURE…Marines headed for Libya; a “million-man march” called for Cairo; another U.S. Embassy breached; and by the way, a frail Pope is coming to the region. For the U.S., all kinds of questions about security and the Middle East – when...
Biden in Chains, Obama's Seamus Joke, Who Doesn't Support Medicare Cuts? (PM Note)
We are Pi – Weird Fact of the Day – “U.S. population clock reached milestone of 314,159,265 residents | pi (3.14159265) x 100 million” on.mktw.net/Ni7ffc (h/t Navroop Mitter) 70 Year-Old Tommy Thompson Can Do 50 Pushups. Can He Win a Primary? http://abcn.ws/NxCBB5M (Chris Good) Chelsea...
Hot or Not: Most Attractive VP Picks
Politicans always seem to get the worst rap when it comes to appearance, but these candidates might change your mind. Check out some of the most attractive vice presidential picks and decide whether they are hot or not. Get more pure politics at ABC News.com/Politics and a lighter take on the news
Paul Ryan's Pick Makes a Ticket of Firsts
Mitt Romney’s announcement that Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan will be joining him on the Republican presidential ticket is being described as a “bold” move, with strategists arguing over whether the author of some controversial budget plans will help or hurt Romney in the long run....
'This Week' Transcript: Tim Pawlenty and David Axelrod
STEPHANOPOULOS: Let's get the first reaction now from the Obama campaign, senior adviser David Axelrod joining us again now. Thanks for joining us, David. AXELROD: Thanks, George, good to see you. STEPHANOPOULOS: So reports this morning that the president was surprised by the Ryan pick. Why?
How a Senate Liberal Found Popularity in Purple Ohio
Sherrod Brown is one of the more liberal members of Congress. The senior senator from Ohio is a strong supporter of unions and gay rights, and he was a leading voice in Washington to get the public option passed as part of the health care...