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Singer and songwriter Judith Owen on the inspiration behind her new album
Singer and songwriter Judith Owen discusses her inspiration behind her new album, 'Somebody's Child' on this episode of Live From the Couch.
Bachelor Forecast: Corinne goes home, Raven says the L-word
ABC News' Meteorologist Mel and Emily Shapiro break down last night's episode of 'The Bachelor'
Conservative transgender activists on the state of the Republican Party
Transgender women at CPAC discuss Donald Trump's effect on conservative members of the LGBT community.
Thomas Edison's Connection to Music
ABC News' Lana Zak takes us inside Thomas Edison's winter estate in Fort Myers, FL.
Donald Trump Celebrates Electoral College Victory
The president-elect surpassed the necessary 270 electoral votes to cement his victory, amid nationwide protests.
Trump Surpasses 270 Electoral College Votes
Donald Trump surpassed 270 Electoral College votes this afternoon, meaning that he has the required number of votes to be elected president. The milestone came when electors in Texas cast their votes. There were 10 electors who did not cast ballots for the candidate they were expected to vote for:
Ana Navarro: 'The Republican Party is a House Divided'
Republican strategist Ana Navarro discusses the state of the Republican party.
Tech Titan Peter Thiel Explains Support for Donald Trump Amid Controversy
Controversial tech investor Peter Thiel doubled down on and explained his support for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign today at an event in Washington, D.C., saying that the Republican nominee’s ideas and support will not dissipate even if he loses the election. Thiel, a billionaire
Fed Chair Janet Yellen Defensive Against Trump Accusations
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen today defended the independence of the U.S. central bank, saying it does not play politics in response to charges from Donald Trump that she is manipulating financial markets to benefit President Obama. Trump earlier this month said that the Yellen-led Fed is
Crossing the Aisle: Growing Number of Republicans Won't Back Trump
Hewlett-Packard CEO and prominent Republican donor Meg Whitman announced today that she will vote for Hillary Clinton in November. Whitman adds her voice to a growing chorus of those on the right who are voting across the aisle, abstaining from voting, or leaving the party rather than vote for GOP