James Carville Videos
Clinton on Defense After Trump Attacks Clinton Foundation, Health
Political heavyweights Ann Coulter and James Carville discuss the political fireworks between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Ann Coulter, James Carville Face Off on 2016 Election: Full Conversation
ABC News' David Wright moderates a talk between the two political heavyweights as they discuss the battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
'The View' Targets Donald Trump for Saying Hillary Clinton Enabled Husband's Affair
The co-hosts discuss the latest news coming from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.
Sandra Bullock and Zoe Kazan on Their New Comedy "Our Brand is Crisis"
Bullock and Kazan appear on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and talk about working together for the first time in the new big screen flick.
Bill Richardson Endorses Hillary Clinton for President
I should point out you've had your difficulties with the Clintons in the past even though you worked for president Clinton. You endorsed Barack Obama in 2008, caused a rift with the Clintons but now some mending of fences? We patched things up with both Clintons, with secretary Clinton and
Clinton Email Controversy 'Amounts to Nothing', James Carville Says
The "This Week" roundtable on the firestorm over the former secretary of state's private email account.
Ana Navarro on Romney 2016? 'Mitt Happens'
The "This Week" powerhouse roundtable debates the battle between Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney, who surprised with his potential re-entry into the 2016 field.
Did Obama Overstep on Immigration?
The "This Week" powerhouse roundtable debates Obama's executive order on immigration, and how Republicans should respond.
President Obama: Americans Want 'New Car Smell' in 2016 Campaign
On "This Week," the president discusses whether Hillary Clinton will distance herself from the Obama White House, and his role in the 2016 presidential race.
Buzz Board: GOP Losing Midterm Momentum?
The Powerhouse Roundtable examines the latest midterm election forecasts showing a dip in chances that Republicans will retake the Senate.