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Britney Spears Says Her 20s Were 'Horrible'
ABC News' Sara Haines reports the buzziest stores of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Obama Welcomes Relatives of 1936 African-American Olympians
President Barack Obama has welcomed to the White House relatives of Jesse Owens and America's 17 other black athletes from the 1936 Olympics for the acknowledgement they didn't receive along with their white counterparts 80 years ago
Members of Team USA meet the Obamas -- and freak out accordingly
Despite the awe-inspiring athleticism of the members of Team USA which often make them appear other-worldly, there is one person that can turn some of our Olympic heroes into regular gushing fans just like everyone else: President Barack Obama. After a morning White House tour, members of Team USA
Pennsylvania Mayor Asked to Resign for Racist Facebook Posts
The mayor of a Pennsylvania town is being asked to resign over racist pictures on his Facebook page, including two depicting apes with captions referring to President Barack Obama and his family
Congress Blocks 'Victory Tax' on Olympic Athletes
U.S. Olympic athletes would be exempt from a so-called victory tax under legislation approved by Congress and sent to the president
Clinton Struggling to Win Over the Young Voters She Needs
With roughly a month until Election Day, Hillary Clinton is still struggling to convince young voters who twice helped elect Barack Obama that she deserves their support
The Evolving Role of US First Ladies
While Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution outlines the duties of the president, the first lady's role is not as cut-and-dry. But now that there's the prospect of a first gentleman occupying the White House for the first time, former President Bill Clinton could draw inspiration for his potential
America 101: What Is the Role of the First Lady?
Lara Spencer from "Good Morning America" explains what the first lady does.
The Note: Regrets, They Had a Few
NOTABLES --ADVISERS SAY TRUMP 'MISSED OPPORTUNITIES' AT DEBATE: Donald Trump's campaign team admits there were "some missed opportunities" at Monday's presidential debate after they've had time to "digest" the real estate mogul's performance, sources tell ABC’s CANDACE SMITH, JOHN SANTUCCI and TOM
Donald Trump's Campaign Admits Debate Failures
Political analyst Matthew Dowd weighs in on the aftermath of the first presidential debate and the high-profile surrogates campaigning for Hillary Clinton.