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Boston Bombing Day 4: The Firefight: 'I Thought We Were Gonna Die'
[This is the forth of five installments of an ABC News digital special report "5 Days," which tells the hour-by-hour, day-by-day story of the investigation into the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing , with behind-the-scenes details based on interviews and evidence gathered by the FBI and Boston law
FBI Chief Speaks at Civil Rights, Law Enforcement Conference
FBI Director James Comey discussed violent crime and the relationship between race and law enforcement during a civil rights conference in Birmingham
Strait Talk: Matt & LZ on the Campaign Ahead After Trump, Clinton Win NY Primary
ABC News contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson take on the 2016 presidential race and talk to Bernie Sanders campaign advisor and two college students.
Hillary Clinton Implies Racism Behind GOP Efforts to Stop Obama SCOTUS Nomination
Hillary Clinton stepped up her attacks today against Republicans vowing to block whomever President Obama nominates to the Supreme Court, accusing them of racism and bigotry. “The Republicans say they’ll reject anyone President Obama nominates no matter how qualified. Some are even saying he
The hardest choice Demaryius Thomas' mom will make
DEMARYIUS THOMAS HAS just sent his mother a picture of the most unlikely Super Bowl ticket of all, the one intended for her, and now Katina Smith has a few days to decide whether she's prepared to take it. It's been just six months since President Barack Obama granted her clemency and released her
Putin Associate Found Dead in DC Hotel
A prominent Russian millionaire with high-level ties to the Kremlin has been found dead inside a Washington hotel, a Russian official and a senior U.S. official told ABC News. Mikhail Lesin, the former head of media affairs for the Russian government who's been accused of curtailing the country’s
Mike Huckabee Defends Actions of Jailed Kentucky County Clerk
The Republican presidential candidate and former Arkansas governor explains why he's supporting Kim Davis.
Homeland Security on Alert for July Fourth Weekend
ABC's Pierre Thomas and Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., discuss the three terror attacks overseas Friday and new threats facing the U.S.
Justice Department Reaches Settlement With Cleveland Over Police Use of Force
Just days after protests over a police shooting verdict rocked Cleveland, sources say the Justice Department has reached a settlement with the city over police conduct that has shown a “pattern and practice” of unnecessary force. The settlement comes after a Cleveland patrolman was acquitted Friday