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Meet Congress' State of the Union Designated Survivors
On State of the Union night, the White House takes no chances with the presidential chain of command, keeping one cabinet secretary away from the Capitol as a "designated survivor" in case of a catastrophic event. Since the 9/11, congressional leaders have done the same, selecting members to serve
Congress, Clinton Set To Spar Over E-mails
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES BOEHNER EXPECTED TO ANNOUNCE NEW HOUSE INVESTIGATION INTO CLINTON E-MAILS: House Speaker John Boehner is expected to announce this week a new investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email practices as Secretary of State, including her admission that more than 31,000 emails
5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
1. Republican Sen. Roy Blunt Stands by Iran Letter Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri does not regret signing the open letter to Iran’s leaders warning of the limits of a nuclear deal with the Obama administration, unlike some of his Republican Senate colleagues. “I really don’t,” Blunt told ABC’s George
Republican Sen . Roy Blunt Stands by Iran Letter
Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri does not regret signing the open letter to Iran’s leaders warning of the limits of a nuclear deal with the Obama administration, unlike some of his Republican Senate colleagues. “I really don’t,” Blunt told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” today when asked
'This Week' Roundtable: Scott Walker vs. Jeb Bush
The roundtable on the escalating battle at the top of the GOP 2016 field, plus fallout over Iran.
Sen . Roy Blunt : No Second Thoughts on Iran Letter
Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo, on 'This Week' on whether the GOP letter to Iran on nuclear talks could backfire.
'This Week' Transcript: Sen . Roy Blunt
Below is a rush transcript for March 15, 2015. It may contain errors and will be updated. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC THIS WEEK, the Hillary e-mail story churning. The new steps Congress is preparing to take right now. Extreme measures -- blowback over that letter from Republican senators to Iran -- the
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Ferguson Fallout
In the wake of the latest unrest in Ferguson , Rep. William Lacy Clay , D-Missouri, comes to “This Week” Sunday to discuss new tensions after the shooting of two police officers this week, and the fallout after the resignation of the city’s police chief and city manager. Plus, following the
Michael Brown's Family Gets Sympathy From Congress
Members of Congress from around the country posted messages of sympathy for the family of Michael Brown after a grand jury cleared the Ferguson police officer who shot the teenager, but the elected officials included in their messages calls for peace and changes in the criminal justice system. Rep.
The Note: Ferguson Under Fire
The Note 11/25/2014 The Note: Ferguson Under Fire By SHUSHANNAH WALSHE (@shushwalshe) NOTABLES FERGUSON LATEST: Live Updates as Ferguson reacts to grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson: http://abcn.ws/11rIqK6 And more from the unrest overnight, which St. Louis County Police