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NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week
A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. AP checked these out; here are the real facts: NOT REAL: U.S. Department of State suspends New York Times licence THE FACTS: The
The Possible Media Ambitions Behind the Trump Campaign's New Live Show
The new nightly Facebook live show that Trump advisers have launched ahead of the final two weeks of the campaign may signal a foray into a formal media presence, but the transition from political campaign to cable news show -- or even channel -- has been tried before, without great success. When
John Kasich Delivers Remarks on 'Super Saturday'
The Republican candidate remains in the race for president regardless of his current standing in the polls.
Donald Trump Hints at an Insider Running Mate
The GOP front-runner believes an insider VP could help him to cut deals in Washington.
One-on-One With Debi Mazar
From goodfellas and authorized to hit cooking show extra virgin and now we all new comedy series on TV land called younger our guest today one of the most familiar faces. Onscreen and with all that going nine she found some time to squeezes into its schedule. That he Masur thanks to stop why I do
Jet Carrying Myles Munroe Struck Shipyard Crane Before Bahamas Crash
A private jet carrying a prominent Bahamian pastor and eight others en route to a religious conference struck a shipyard crane and crashed into a recycling center about 4 miles from the airport, a top Bahamian official said. Dr. Myles Munroe and his wife Ruth, who were the co-leaders of the Bahamas
When Will 2016 Hopefuls Announce?
ABC News' David Wright looks back at how candidates over the years have announced their run for the White House, and the "This Week" powerhouse roundtable assesses the 2016 field.
'This Week' Transcript: Rep. Darrell Issa and Sen. Elect Cory Gardner
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on November 9th, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: This Week, Republican wave: the new reality in Washington with the GOP set to take over the Senate. Can President Obama and congress really work together? The early signs of trouble and what this
'This Week': Finding Faith
our "Closer look" at the political power of evangelicals, they're 15% of the adult population. Yet in 2012, accounted for nearly a quarter of all voters. But, is their outside political influence fading? We'll talk with reverend franklin graham and other leaders. But first, here's Dan Harris.
Pot Legalization Debate, From Jimmy Carter to the Dalai Lama
In the national debate over liberalizing marijuana laws, you practically need a scorecard to keep up with who's in favor and who's opposed. Two warring camps keep track of which public figures and are in favor of liberalization (including decriminalization and legalization) and which are opposed: