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Joe Biden's Full Interview With Robin Roberts on Cancer Moonshoot Task Force
The vice president talks exclusively to "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts about his the Cancer Moonshot task force and the presidential race.
'People Are Concerned' About Donald Trump, Caroline Kennedy Says
World leaders are “concerned” about how a Donald Trump presidency would affect relationships between their countries and the United States, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy said today in Japan. “I think people are concerned,” Kennedy, the U.S. Ambassador to Japan, told ABC News. “What they’re concerned
5 Familiar Names (and Faces) You'll Recognize in 'Confirmation'
While there are a bevy of familiar television stars in HBO's upcoming movie "Confirmation," one of the most startling revelations is the sheer number of familiar names among the characters. The drama portrays the confirmation hearing process for Clarence Thomas and the sexual harassment allegations
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Face Close Contest in Wisconsin
The two remaining democratic candidates are arguing over future debates ahead of Wisconsin and New York.
ANALYSIS: Clinton, Sanders Needle Each Other on Their Flaws, in Sharp Democratic Debate
A refocused Democratic race, if not quite a reordered one, revealed itself in a sharp and needling debate Wednesday night. That focus is on the records of two rivals who have grown quite used to each other. Candidates who have developed an affinity for pointing out their respective weaknesses have
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Passes Away in Sleep, Flags Fly at Half-Staff
ABC News' Jonathon Karl and Terry Moran discuss what is next for America's highest court following Justice Scalia's passing.
Democratic Presidential Debate: 7 Moments That Mattered
Just five days before New Hampshire voters will have their say in their state’s first-in-the-nation primary, there was another first in the Granite State: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went toe-to-toe on a debate stage, just the two of them. The intimate setting led to some of the most heated
Best Lines of the Fifth Democratic Debate
And then there were two – Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders offered their final pitches in New Hampshire ahead of the “first-in-the-nation” primaries Tuesday. While the debate hosted by MSNBC included only two candidates, after Martin O’Malley suspended his campaign Monday, it wasn’t short of
5 Ways Sanders' Campaign Differs From Obama's in 2008
With the Iowa caucuses nearly upon us, both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are trying to embrace President Obama and identify as the rightful heir to his legacy. On Wednesday, the president and Sanders are set to meet “informally” in the Oval Office, according to the White House. The Sanders