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Debate Fact-Check: How Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Stack Up
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled in an intense series of exchanges tonight during the first presidential debate of 2016. The candidates made charges about each others' records while defending their own careers and policy proposals. But were they always telling the truth? How often did Trump
Republican National Convention 2016: Fact-Checking Donald Trump and Other Speakers
Donald Trump took to the stage at the Republican National Convention Thursday night and offered a stinging indictment of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as well as the legacy of the Obama administration. He made several claims about both, so ABC News decided to fact-check them, as well as the
Donald Trump: 'Americanism, Not Globalism, Will Be Our Credo'
Donald Trump formally accepts the presidential nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
FULL TEXT: Donald Trump’s 2016 Republican National Convention Speech
Below is the full text of Donald Trump’s speech to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, July 21, 2016. Thank you. Thank you very much. Friends, delegates and fellow Americans: I humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the United States. USA, USA, USA. Who
President Obama Remarks on ISIS , Orlando Terror Attack
The president used a portion of his speech to sharply criticize Donald Trump's views on Muslims.
Superhero Lunch Recap: 'Batman V Superman' Drop in Sales.
ABC News' Michael Rothman and Dan Silver talk the latest in comic book news, superhero movies, and TV series.
President Obama Talks Terror, Congress at Year-End News Conference
The president fielded questions from reporters before leaving for vacation with his family.
President Obama: Paris Attacks 'Sickening Setback' in ISIS Fight
The president, speaking at the G-20 summit in Turkey, says the United States will intensify its existing strategy to battle ISIS.
Lt. Col. John Nagl: 'There Are Not Enough Troops Right Now'
ABC News' Martha Raddatz, Lt. Col. Douglas Ollivant, and Lt. Col. John Nagl analyze President Obama's decision to leave 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through 2016.