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Jimmy Kimmel to Roy Moore: If 'you're challenging me to a fight ... I accept'
"The View" co-hosts discuss the online feud between Moore and Kimmel.
Fayrouz Saad running to be 1st Muslim American woman in Congress
Fayrouz Saad grew up as the daughter of immigrants who taught her anyone can achieve the American dream through hard work and determination. After graduating from the University of Michigan, she got her start in politics as a field organizer for John Kerry's presidential campaign. She worked in
Trump says he was surprised there are 'so many countries' while in Japan
All right, so, the new guy's over in Asia right now and he told a Japanese banquet that before he got this new gig he didn't really know what he was getting into. Take a look. I never ran for office, and here I am. But I never ran. So I wasn't very experienced. And after I had won, everybody was
Trump takes hard line on Iran, but keeps Obama deal in place
President Donald Trump slammed Iran Friday, calling the country a "menace" and announced new sanctions against its regime -- but did not take action to alter the Obama-era nuclear deal that he has denounced since his presidential campaign. The deal, Trump said, is no longer in the national security
Trump to make announcement on fate of Iran nuclear deal Friday
President Trump is expected to announce his decision on the fate of the Iran nuclear deal in a speech on Friday, according to lawmakers briefed by the administration. White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster was on Capitol Hill Wednesday evening briefing top Republican lawmakers on the
The Note: Buck stops with Trump on his tax plan
THE TAKE with ABC News’ Rick Klein It’s back to rally mode for President Trump now – and with some urgency. As he heads to Pennsylvania this afternoon, the tax reform push has not so much stalled as it has failed to launch , sidetracked in a unique yet somehow familiar succession of feuds and
Trump says he has made a decision on Iran nuclear deal
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said it would be a "great pity" if the agreement is "destroyed by rogue newcomers to the world of politics."
Trump to abide by Iran deal for now as pressure builds to stay in
The Trump administration is set to sign off on a new round of waivers of sanctions against Iran that will keep the U.S. in compliance with the Iran nuclear deal as the president determines what to do next, multiple sources tell ABC News. Trump faces a deadline today when the U.S. must waive
'ISIS is clearly responsible for genocide,' Tillerson says
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said today that ISIS has committed genocide . "ISIS is clearly responsible for genocide against Yazidis, Christians and Shia Muslims," Tillerson told reporters gathered in the State Department 's Treaty Room, adding that his statement should "remove any ambiguity