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Yemen Raid That Likely Killed Civilians Was 'Well Thought Out,' White House Says
The White House characterized Sunday's deadly raid in Yemen that likely killed civilians as "a very, very well thought out and executed effort." On Thursday, press secretary Sean Spicer took reporters through a timeline of events leading up to the mission. Spicer said the planning of the mission
The Note: Two Weeks of Trump
Trump’s First 100 Days with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 15 THE BIG STORY: Welcome to the big leagues, bigly. After a news cycle dominated by foreign-policy clashes and potential ones – even tense words among allies – it looks like President Trump is moderating his foreign-policy
US Military Launches Investigation Into Deadly Terror Raid in Yemen
Questions have been raised about civilian casualties, while a Navy SEAL was killed in action.
How the Trump Administration Is Justifying the List of Countries Banned From Travel to the US
The controversial temporary immigration ban that President Trump initiated via executive order sparked public outcry over the weekend and now his administration is trying to explain the move -- including how the seven affected countries were chosen. Trump's top advisers say that the countries
US Hostages' Family Pin Hopes For Release on President-Elect Trump
The parents of a young American being held hostage with her two children by the Taliban say that they are praying President-elect Donald Trump’s deal-making expertise will win their loved ones' freedom if President Obama doesn't succeed before he leaves office next month. Jim and Lyn Coleman are
Russian Diplomat Assassinated in Turkey
Ambassador Andrey Karlov was speaking at a Turkish art gallery when a gunman shot and killed him and then yelled, "Don't forget Aleppo.
SPECIAL REPORT: President Obama Delivers Final News Conference of 2016
This is an ABC news special. George Stephanopoulos. Good afternoon we're coming on the air now because trust Obama is about to hold what may be the final press conference at his presidency. It has been an annual tradition about an hour of sparring with a reporters before heading to why with his
Fight to Push ISIS From Its Last Stronghold in Iraq is Imminent, Petraeus Says
The battle to free the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS is imminent and will undoubtedly end in victory for the country’s forces, but it will be a fierce fight, U.S. Retired Army Gen. David Petraeus said. Iraqi forces will soon launch a strategic offense "orders of magnitude larger than any fight that
Emails Show ISIS Appeared Eager to Release Kayla Mueller for Ransom, Expert Says
Even after a failed U.S. Special Forces hostage rescue mission in Syria, the launch of hundreds of coalition airstrikes and the subsequent video beheadings of three hostages, ISIS offered hope to Carl and Marsha Mueller that made them believe paying a ransom could still bring their captive daughter
Kayla Mueller in Captivity: Courage, Selflessness as She Defended Christian Faith to ISIS Executioner 'Jihadi John'
American hostage Kayla Mueller was tortured, verbally abused, forced into slave labor for ISIS commanders in Syria and raped by the group’s top leader, but her fellow hostages say she never surrendered hope, selflessly put the welfare of fellow captives above her own and even stood up to