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US has 'credible evidence' Russia, Syria sanitizing chemical attack site: State Dept
The U.S. made the accusation almost a week after last Friday's bombing.
Oct. 28, 2005: 'Scooter' Libby indicted on multiple charges
Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, has been indicted on two charges, including false statements and perjury, also obstruction of justice.
Trump talks tax cuts as Syria decision looms
For joining us somewhere Johnson you're watching ABC news of live coverage of president Donald Trump in the Rose Garden. Talking about the tax cuts and the impact those tax cuts have had on the American people. He had various business owners from across the country talking about what the tax cuts
Civilians killed, children struggling to breathe in alleged chemical attack in Syria
Some are questioning whether the Syrian government has once again attacked its own people with chemical weapons in Douma, Syria, sparking international outrage.
Trump names Putin in reply to Syria chemical attack
President also said in a tweet that Syria would have a "big price to pay" for the alleged attack and labeled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as an "animal."
Trump can replace EPA chief with someone who has no 'baggage': NPR host
"This Week" Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics, including the embattled EPA chief Scott Pruitt who is under fire for his rental of a room in a condominium owned by an energy lobbyist.
Increase in border crossings is 'alarming': White House homeland security adviser
Tom Bossert, President Trump's homeland security and counterterrorism adviser, sits down with ABC News' Martha Raddatz to talk about border security, Sunday on "This Week."
Syrian government accused of launching another poison gas attack on civilians
More than 40 people may be dead and many more wounded in possible chemical attack in the city of Douma.
Trump wants US military to protect Mexico border
The president's statement is drawing mixed reactions as U.S. law dictates the military would be limited to a support role for border agents.
Trump proposes potentially using the military to secure US-Mexico border
Rob, thank you. We do move on to president trump's new proposal on border security, vowing to send the military there until he can build the wall. Twice today, the president embellishing that claim, saying he is talking to defense secretary Jim Mattis about it. But the president may have some