Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had access to the world’s top intelligence agencies and their resources, but at the most turbulent moment of her tenure as the nation’s top diplomat, she received a stream of intelligence on Libya and the Benghazi attack by a former CIA official working
ABC's George Stephanopoulos reflects on 2014's political stars and major issues.
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES ROYAL VISIT: This morning, President Obama will host Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, for a meeting in the Oval Office. This will be Prince William’s first visit to Washington, DC. According to the White House, Obama “looks forward to thanking ...
The death of an American journalist held captive in Yemen during a failed rescue attempt dominated headlines. Here are five other things that happened this weekend. 1. Landrieu Loses LA Senate Race to GOP Rep. Cassidy The final outstanding Senate race of 2014 was decided Saturday night when
The "This Week" roundtable weighs in on Rolling Stone's apology over its UVA rape investigation, and the group debates the fallout from Sen. Mary Landrieu's Louisiana loss.
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on December 7, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Starting right now on ABC's This Week, new details this morning about that daring rescue attempt. U.S. special forces swooping in to try to save an American held captive by al Qaeda . How the
We’re hearing Romney rumblings. We’re sensing Bush buzz. We’re catching a smile from Chris Christie, who’s just maybe getting off that bridge. We learned that the likely new defense secretary loves Motown. Washington created something called a “cromnibus,” and it’s just as unappealing as you think
The final outstanding Senate race of 2014 was decided Saturday night when three-term Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu lost her bid for reelection to Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy. Landrieu was the last vestige of Democratic representation from the Deep South and her defeat means that Republicans will
Going, going, gone? Louisiana’s runoff election on Saturday could mark the extinction of Democratic senators from the Deep South, with Sen. Mary Landrieu -- the last Southern Democrat still standing in the 2014 cycle -- expected to lose her seat of 18 years to the Republican challenger, Rep. Bill