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Timeline: How we got from Flynn's firing to a special prosecutor
The seismic firing of FBI Director James Comey and the revelations that followed show that his interactions – and ultimately, his firing – appear to be tied to the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The retired lieutenant general, who resigned in January, is believed
Memorable moments from Trump's first 100 days in office
President Donald Trump is well versed in how to make a splash. The former reality star-turned-commander-in-chief marked his first 100 days in office with progress on some of his promises, a surprise exit of a key member of his team and a show of force that has started to shape his foreign policy
Is Trump holding to campaign promise to 'speak the truth'?
Back with more on the president's first 100 and president trump is changing the way the white house communicates with American, using social media like no one has before. Jon Karl back with a closer look. Reporter: George, as a candidate Donald Trump communicated like none before him, and now that
Marijuana activist group pushes to change cannabis laws
ABC News' Serena Marshall talks to marijuana activists about legalizing marijuana.
Where marijuana laws stand on 4/20
The Trump administration has referred to marijuana as a "potentially dangerous gateway drug."
'Joint Session' of Congress on '4/20'
A marijuana advocacy group prepares to give away free "joints" to members of Congress and their staffers.
What to expect from the president's joint address to Congress
ABC News correspondents discuss what topics President Trump may include in his joint address to Congress.
Trump administration hits the 50-day mark
Time flies: Today marks the 50th day of President Donald Trump 's administration and the halfway point in the storied "first 100 days." More than a week ago, Trump said that he would give himself an A for achievement but a C in messaging, though that self-assessment came before his address to a
Trump and Netanyahu speak by phone, discuss 'Iran's malevolent behavior in the region'
President Donald Trump spoke by telephone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday, according to officials for both leaders. The pair had a wide-ranging conversation that addressed, in part, the recent wave of anti-Semitic attacks in the U.S. and the threat Iran poses to the Middle
Matthew Dowd: 'Donald Trump is never going to change'
And we are back now with the roundtable ABC news political analyst Matthew downed. White House reporter for Bloomberg politics Jennifer Jacobs. And chief correspondent for the Washington Post Dan balls welcome to all of you. I gotta start with it mapped out here because Tuesday night when we were