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Republican Presidential Debate
GOP presidential candidates meet head to head in the last debate before the New Hampshire primary.
GOP Candidates Debate North Korea's Nuclear Threat
The Republican presidential candidates discuss how they would respond in the face of North Korea.
Air Force One Rewards Program: President Obama Thanks Trade Supporters With Ride on Flying White House
These days, trade is not just about exports, imports, manufacturing and jobs. Apparently, trade is also at least a little bit about political favors. Although House Republicans are expected to do most of the heavy lifting in providing votes to pass Trade Promotion Authority, President Obama has
Getting Democrats to Back Iran Deal: Sales Pitch Just Beginning
Josh Earnest during a press briefing answers questions about the political environment surrounding the Iran nuclear deal.
Iran Nuclear Negations Have Made 'Genuine Progress,' Says John Kerry
Secretary of state gives update on the ongoing negations taking place in Lausanne, Switzerland.
TRANSCRIPT: Freedom Partners Forum: Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio In Conversation with ABC’s Jonathan Karl
The first 2016 presidential forum of the year took place on Sunday Jan. 25 featuring a conversation between Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas; Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, and Marco Rubio, R-Florida, moderated by ABC News’ Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl. The panel, which took place in Palm Springs,
5 International Stories You'll Care About This Week
1. Iran Nuclear Deal Deadline Approaches For more than a century, Vienna has been the capital of cloak-and-dagger intrigue, the center of Cold War spy games sitting on the edge of the Iron Curtain. A generation later, it’s back center-stage as the United States and the other world powers race to do
Iran Nuclear Negotiations Near Deadline; Parties Remain Deadlocked
With three days left until this round of talks on Iran’s nuclear program concludes, the outcome appeared so uncertain today that Secretary of State John Kerry reversed his travel plans, first announcing that he would be leaving Vienna, where negotiators have huddled, for Paris, and a few hours
Career Diplomats Worried About Influx of Political Appointees at State Department
Among President Obama's Ambassadorial Nominees, 35% Are Political Appointees
5 Reasons Why An Iran Nuclear Deal Is So Elusive
Secretary Kerry joined his European Union and Iranian counterparts in Vienna Wednesday for talks on Iran’ s nuclear program , with just over a month to go before the negotiations expire. Kerry demurred Tuesday when he was asked whether the parties involved in the talks would be willing to extend