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Bernie Sanders Campaign Staffer Fired for Allegedly Accessing Campaign Data
The staffer is accused of tapping into Hillary Clinton's confidential campaign database.
Inside the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
ABC News’ Charli James and Josh Haskell give you an inside look at the museum at the library.
John Kasich: A Big Name for 2016 Presidential Election?
ABC News' Rick Klein breaks down the significance of Republican John Kasich's projected win in Ohio governor race.
The Women Wars
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES HUCKABEE WEIGHS IN ON LIBIDOS: Speaking at the Republican National Committee’s winter meeting yesterday, former presidential candidate and Arkansas governor turned radio and television host Mike Huckabee slammed Democrats for using the birth control ...
The Note's Must-Reads for Friday, January 24, 2014
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Will Cantine and Jordan Mazza GOV. CHRIS CHRISTIE ABC News’ Shushannah ...
A Student Asks Christie: 'How Do You Keep Everything Under Control?'
HOBOKEN, N.J.– New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie visited a school in Camden Thursday, and aside from his inauguration speech Tuesday it was his first public event since Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer accused his administration of bullying tactics. He didn’t take any questions from press, instead briskly ...
Gov. Chris Christie Sworn In to Second Term
This is a special room. I'm New with a CBC news digital special report not much sunlight on the horizon for Chris Christie is about to deliver his second inaugural speech as New Jersey governor just a few minutes. Let's listen. When the governor take the podium we will take you back down by Trenton
The White House's Scramble to Fix Obamacare Website.
Obama takes responsibility for glitches, plus important information that may affect your coverage.
Hong Kong Nationals Protest Beijing in Annual March
Despite torrential rains, thousands of protesters spilled into the streets of Hong Kong to express dissatisfaction with the Beijing-backed chief executive, Leung Chun-ying, and demand universal suffrage and democratic reforms. The protests Monday were part of what has become an annual July 1 ...
Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA: What's Next?
ABC News' Terry Moran breaks down the historic decision and what it means for the country.