Remembering 9/11 News
American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault to retire next year
Kenneth Chenault, one of the most prominent black businessmen and long-time chairman and CEO of American Express, will retire in early 2018; led company through financial crisis and 9/11 attacks
Lawsuit seeks disclosure of FBI 9 /11 investigation files
A lawsuit seeking disclosure of FBI files on a reported U.S.-based support network for the 9/11 hijackers has reached a federal appeals court. A Florida online publication wants to go to trial to force the FBI to comply with the Freedom of Information Act
FULL SPECIAL REPORT: Trump talks about Iran Nuclear Deal
President Trump officially announced his decision to decertify the Iran Nuclear Agreement and announced new sanctions on Iran and Iran's revolutionary guard "to block their financing of terror."
Trump: DHS secretary nominee needs no 'on the job' training
Trump urges Congress to "put politics aside" and confirm his deputy chief of staff to run the Department of Homeland Security.
Names of firefighters sickened after 9 /11 placed on memorial
The names of 112 New York City firefighters who died of illnesses after spending time at the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11 attacks have been added to a state memorial for firefighters killed in the line of duty
Expressing empathy remains a challenge for Trump
Amid disasters and violence, expressing empathy for victims remains a challenge for Trump
A pair of crises tests Trump's presidential empathy
Trump's challenges with empathy were on full display as he responded to two disasters at once with very different results
Alabama Senate race pits Doug Jones against Roy Moore
After Roy Moore’s resounding victory over Sen. Luther Strange last night in Alabama’s GOP Senate primary runoff, the attention now shifts to the Dec. 12 general election between Moore and the Democratic nominee, former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones. Moore, bolstered by a bevy of conservative outsiders
'This Week' Transcript 9-24-17: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Sen. Bill Cassidy, and Sen. Lindsey Graham
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR SEPTEMBER 24, 2017 AND WILL BE UPDATED. MARTHA RADDATZ , ABC NEWS: And let's bring in Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin . With all the urgent issues -- Korea, health care, why is the president etch talking about NFL players and disinviting NBA players to the White
Treasury Secretary: NFL players can have First Amendment rights 'off the field'
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discusses President Trump's NFL comments, North Korean nuclear threats and more on "This Week" Sunday.