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Trump May Have Early Chance to Target ISIS Leader al-Baghdadi
Even though President Obama leaves office today with the leaders of ISIS and al-Qaeda still alive and operational, efforts underway by the U.S. military's Joint Special Operations Command and the CIA may give Trump an early opportunity to take out at least one of the terrorist leaders, Abu Bakr
John McCain Speaks After Winning Reelection to the Senate
The senator, who was the GOP presidential nominee in 2008, thanked his "employer," the people of Arizona.
This Week in History: August 7-13
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Bernie Sanders, Michelle Obama, Chelsea Clinton Among Democratic Convention Speakers
Hillary Clinton ’s campaign and the Democratic National Convention committee announced Friday afternoon the headline speakers for their party’s convention in Philadelphia later this month. The much anticipated list includes heavy hitters such as Senator Bernie Sanders and President Barack Obama.
US Senators Break Bread Before the State of the Union
ABC News' Ali Weinberg explains how the senators gather ahead of President Obama's address.
One Year Countdown To Election Day 2016
ABC News' Political Director, Rick Klein talks what's next as the race for the white house heats up.
Jon Huntsman and Joe Lieberman Break Down the Partisan Barrier
And right now on ABC. Joined by governor Don. I didn't go under great I mean I'm not be greatly respect. Largely uncommitted voters care about all. Right now also. Senator Joseph Lieberman. We've got. Well listen. We're in together but more importantly. This is an expression by the city. Hear the
The Note: The Stage Is Set In Vegas
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES --WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT HOW HILLARY IS GETTING READY: Hillary Clinton is hunkering down and doing her homework ahead of tomorrow's first Democratic presidential debate. According to a campaign official, she's been holding mock debates to prepare -- with some of her top
Why Sen. Susan Collins Got a Red Rose on the Senate Floor
No, it wasn’t the Congressional version of “ The Bachelor .” It was to honor the senior Maine senator for casting her 6,000 consecutive vote, a perfect record since she took office in January 1997 -- making her the longest-serving member of the current Senate to have never missed one. This was not