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Next Stop for Presumptive Nominees: Running-Mate Picks
After a long and wild primary season, we know that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will likely be sitting at the top of their parties' tickets in November. The big unknown remaining: their running mates. Trump’s attacks on federal judge Gonzalo Curiel over his Mexican heritage has many Republican
Lawmakers Renew Push for Black Lung Benefit Reform
U.S. lawmakers are making a fresh run at passing legislation to reform the black lung benefits program , two years after an ABC News investigation into allegations that benefits often had been wrongly denied to dying coal miners. "The coal miners and the families who have been impacted by black
Prince, Stevie Wonder Performed at Private White House Party This Weekend
Yes it’s 2015, but the White House partied like it’s 1999 over the weekend. President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and their guests were treated to a concert by Prince and Stevie Wonder , according to tweets from attendees of a private soiree at the White House on Saturday night. The White
Senators Want Investigation Into Federal Agency Overseeing Guardrail Safety
Half a dozen U.S. Senators are requesting a government investigation into the federal agency charged with keeping America’s highways safe, amid concerns over a popular guardrail system linked to multiple deaths and dismemberments across the country. Sens. Richard Blumenthal , D-Conn., Cory Booker ,
US Veteran Reunites With the Soldier That Saved His Life
Elite Delta Force Sergeants Sean Clifton and Mark Wanner share their story of courage and friendship.
Virginia GOP Senate Candidate Concedes Close Race
Days after the Midterm Election, Ed Gillespie Concedes to incumbent Democrat Mark Warner.
2014 Midterm Elections: Republicans Take Control of Senate and House
Sen. Mitch McConnell likely to take over as majority leader as Democrats lose out.
Election Results 2014: Here Are the Key Races That Are Still Too Close to Project
Voters in states across the nation handed Republicans control of the U.S. Senate on Election Day 2014, strengthened their majority control of the House of Representatives and also made a strong showing in gubernatorial races. But several key contests remain undecided as of this morning, and may not
Republicans Win in Midterm Rout
ABC News' Deputy Political Director Shushannah Walshe joins "ATM" to discuss the election results.
A Fresh Blast of Discontent Reshapes the Political Order
A fresh blast of public discontent reshaped American politics yet again in the 2014 midterm elections, handing the Republican Party control of the Senate and its largest house majority in 86 years. Its source: Seemingly unending economic woe – and the political discord it fuels....