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Trump touts ultimate peace, but same obstacles remain
President Trump showered his Middle Eastern hosts with praise and expressed great faith on a peace breakthrough _ leaving details for later
Trump vows to succeed where everyone else has failed - Mideast peace
President Trump touched down in Israel on Monday during his first overseas trip in office with one goal in mind: kick-starting the peace process. It's an achievement that has proved elusive for many U.S. presidents, yet continues to be a key objective. Aaron David Miller, a veteran peace negotiator
Inside Syria's multiple fighting factions
In the tense days after U.S. airstrikes on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al Assad, Russia’s ally, the U.S. and Russia have traded accusations about siding with terrorists. "Russia has really aligned itself with the Assad regime, the Iranians and Hezbollah ," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
Emboldened by Trump, Israel Ramps Up Settlement Expansion
U.S. President Donald Trump ’s first days in office have coincided with the largest Israeli settlement expansion since 2013. Seemingly encouraged by the changes in Washington, Israel has approved more than 3,000 new units in the occupied West Bank , and it's just the beginning. This week's
Rudy Giuliani Emerges as Contender for Secretary of State
Former New York City mayor and fierce Donald Trump campaign surrogate Rudy Giuliani has emerged as a contender for secretary of state, a Trump transition team insider told ABC News. While he has also been under consideration for attorney general, aides have told ABC News that he has said he would
1-on-1 With Rep. Michael McCaul After His RNC Speech
Everyone I'm David Dwyer with ABC news coming via live from Cleveland it's not the Quicken Loans Arena on this the second day. The Republican National Convention a very excited be joined by a fourth generation Texan six term congressman. Our good friend congressman Michael call from Texas. Also
Breaking Down Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton's Big Wins in the New York Primary
ABC News Deputy Political Director Shushannah Walshe discusses Trump's path to the nomination.
The Obamas Act Out 'Where the Wild Things Are' at Easter Egg Roll
Pres. Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama growled, showed their claws and led the children in some rumpus-ing.
Making the Case Against ISIS
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel goes before the Senate Armed Services Committee to make the case for training and arming Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS.