Trump praises hurricane response, meets with Puerto Rico residents
The president toured hurricane-damaged Puerto Rico and handed out supplies.
Thousands of people likely remain stranded, and an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 homes have been destroyed in the Houston area as Hurricane Harvey, now a tropical depression, continues to batter the Gulf Coast with torrential rains, flooding and strong winds, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett said. Harvey
Martha Raddatz is ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent and co-anchor of “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.” She has covered national security, foreign policy and politics for decades – reporting from the Pentagon, the State Department, the White House, and conflict zones around the
ABC News' Rachel Scott takes a look inside the bridge of the USS Kearsarge.
ABC News' Rachel Scott reports from aboard the USS Kearsarge as it makes its way into New York Harbor for Fleet Week.
In another “just in case” move by a Navy ship, the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz is moving westward towards the Red Sea, but it has not been given orders to be part of the planning for a limited U.S. military strike on Syria, defense officials...
A Navy amphibious ship with several hundred Marines aboard is now operating in the Mediterranean but is not part of any of the U.S. military planning for a limited strike against Syria, defense officials said Friday. The ship is in the region as part of...
ABC’s Jon Williams (@WilliamsJon) and Molly Hunter (@MollyMHunter) report: The Pentagon and U.S. Embassy in Cairo issued surprising denials today after reports in the Egyptian press said that a U.S. task force in the Red Sea was about to “invade Egypt.” Earlier this week, three...
America may be handing off some of the responsibility of Operation Odyssey Dawn in Libya to other nations, but it is clear America's service men and women will still be bearing a heavy load, and Americans will be picking up a great deal of the tab. Today, British fighter jets flew high above the
As the US prepares to hand over part of this giant operation. There is no question that US forces and money will continue to be spent. Martha Raddatz the only reporter to land on the USS kearsarge assault ship in the Mediterranean the nerve center of this attack. Asking tough questions tonight