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Scalise shooter told his wife he was going to DC to work on 'tax brackets'
In an emotional media appearance, James Hogkinson's wife says he prepared for the trip by selling off almost everything he owned.
Today in History
Today in History Today is Sunday, Sept. 17, the 260th day of 2017. There are 105 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On September 17, 1967, The Doors appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS-TV for the first — and last — time. The group was banned from the program after Jim
International Women's Day rally in New York
ABC News' Charli James reports from women's rally in New York City's Washington Square Park
Anti-Trump Protests Spread to Democratic Leadership With Sit-In at Schumer's DC Office
Protests continued throughout the U.S. on the sixth consecutive day following Donald Trump 's surprise electoral victory, targeting both the president-elect's anti-immigration policies and factions of white supremacist support, as well as the leadership of Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer of New
Donald Trump Supporters React to Enraged Protesters
Tensions remain high as the nation is still deeply divided over trump's election. For the third straight night, anti-Trump protesters are taking to the streets and ABC's Gloria Riviera is in Washington for us this morning. Reporter: That's right, overnight heated trump protests in more than a dozen
Strait Talk: Primary Election Night in New Hampshire
ABC News' Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson kickoff primary season coverage from New York.
David Clarke Criticizes Black Lives Matter
Fmr. Milwaukee County Sheriff begins his RNC speech proclaiming that "blue lives matter in America."
‘This Week’ Transcript: Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON May 22, 2016 and it will be updated. ABC THIS WEEK UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Starting right now on THIS WEEK with George Stephanopoulos , Locked and loaded (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DONALD TRUMP (R), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: "crooked Hillary Clinton " is the most
Bernie Sanders 'Movement' Sees Progressives Planning Next Step
When asked about his post-primary plans, if Hillary Clinton clinches the Democratic nomination for president, Bernie Sanders was quick to tell ABC News in Rome last week that he would go back to his day job as a U.S. senator from Vermont. But several of the advocacy groups backing his campaign have