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Governors divided on path forward on school safety
As the nation’s governors gathered in Washington this weekend for their annual meeting, their conversations on the sidelines and even during a high profile meeting with President Donald Trump on Monday showed that they are as deeply conflicted as federal lawmakers on what to do about gun violence
Mitt Romney: 'I am running for the United States Senate'
Former Massachusetts governor and one-time Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is running for the U.S. Senate in Utah, he officially announced Friday morning. Romney, 70, was the Republican Party 's presidential standard-bearer in 2012, eventually losing the general election to
Patagonia, coalition of conservationists sue Trump to protect Utah monuments
Major outdoor retailers have come out in opposition to President Trump 's announcement this week that he will shrink two national monuments in Utah . Outdoor gear company Patagonia made its website go black after Trump's announcement Monday, with only large text reading: "The President Stole Your
Moderate mayor wins Republican primary to replace Rep. Chaffetz in Utah
John Curtis, the mayor of Provo, Utah, won the Republican primary in his state's third congressional district Tuesday, capping a campaign that will see him advance to November's general election after he collected over 15,000 signatures from party members simply to make the primary ballot. The
Utah man celebrating wedding anniversary among those killed in London attack
An American tourist celebrating his wedding anniversary in Europe was among those killed in the terrorist attack in London on Wednesday, a family member confirmed to ABC News. Utah resident Kurt Cochran, 54, and his wife Melissa traveled to Europe to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary and
Republicans in Tight Races More Likely to Abandon Donald Trump
While Donald Trump’s non-traditional presidential campaign has attracted its share of criticism from both Democrats and Republicans alike, recent controversies, like the discovery of a video in which Trump is captured making disparaging remarks about women and subsequent claims of sexual assault
McCain Joins Growing Ranks of Republicans Withdrawing Support for Trump
Former Republican presidential nominee John McCain has withdrawn his support from Donald Trump, adding to the growing list of GOP officeholders who announced Saturday that they will not support their party's standard-bearer in the election. "Cindy and I will not vote for Donald Trump," the Arizona
Trump Brags About Groping Women in Vulgar Remarks Caught on Tape
Trump was caught having a foul-mouthed exchange with a television host that his campaign dismissed as "locker room banter."
TRANSCRIPT: ABC News Anchor David Muir Interviews Donald Trump and Mike Pence
On Monday, September 5, 2016, ABC News "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir interviewed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence. The following is a transcript of the interview: MUIR: Mr. Trump, Governor Pence, thank you for doing this. We sit here in the great
Extended Interview: Trump, Pence Sit Down With David Muir
The Republican nominees discuss tax returns, Mexico and the state of the race.