Could 'Roseanne' bring people with different political views together?
ABC News contributor and conservative pollster Frank Luntz brought together a focus group: ten democrats and five republicans living in southern California.
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Special Counsel indictments against 13 Russian nationals revealed that a key aspect of the alleged covert assault on the 2016 presidential election was an attempt to suppress turnout by African-American voters , an undertaking described in great detail in the papers filed in federal court Friday.
" Saturday Night Live " alumnus Will Ferrell returned to the sketch show this weekend to reprise his iconic impersonation of former President George W. Bush. And in a nod to the 46th president's administration, "SNL" cast member Leslie Jones played former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the
The TAKE with Rick Klein The win might be the biggest and the best , the most incredible and most unbelievable thing to ever happen in American politics. It rattled the gavel off of House Speaker Paul Ryan ’s podium. (And it was so much fun for House Republicans, they get to do it all over again
For Hillary Clinton , the 2016 election was painful yet exhilarating, historic yet tragic, a rollercoaster ride she recalls in vivid detail in her new book "What Happened." In the book, released today, Clinton examines the many theories posited about why she lost and reflects on the mistakes,
President Trump's fired national security adviser, retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn , was paid a total of $56,200 in 2015 by three Russian firms owned by or closely tied to the Kremlin, new documents released by congressional Democrats appear to show. The fees included $33,750 paid by Russia's
Congressional Democrats are questioning whether President Trump’s new National Security Advisor violated Pentagon policy and the Constitution when he accepted money from a Russian state television network for a speaking engagement. Democrats made the allegations in a letter to the Pentagon seeking
President Donald Trump signed memorandums Tuesday aimed at advancing the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines -- which did not sit well with opponents of the projects, many of whom are outspoken political and Hollywood figures. Many of these public figures took to their social
President-elect Donald Trump took new jabs at White House press secretary Josh Earnest tonight in Hershey, Pennsylvania. "This foolish guy, Josh Earnest, I don't know," Trump told the crowd. "You know, having the right press secretary is so important because he's so bad the way he delivers a