Politics
Jenner to Trump: Reversal of transgender bathroom guidance is 'disaster'
The former Olympian addresses the president, saying "call me."
02/23/2017 09:48:07pm
Ginsburg: America is great because 'it is receptive to all people'
The Supreme Court Justice said women make a "great difference" on the court.
02/23/2017 11:50:36pm
Pence downplays town hall backlash, rallies conservatives at CPAC
The VP also praised Donald Trump, saying "he is a fighter, he is a winner."
02/23/2017 09:22:50pm
DNC reaching end of tight leadership race as party seeks to unite
Democratic party officials will vote Saturday for a new DNC chair.
02/23/2017 09:23:40pm
Trump list shows 746 travelers 'detained or processed' under travel ban, lawyer says
The President originally said just over 100 people were affected.
02/24/2017 12:11:00am
Ivanka Trump hosted lawmakers at White House last week
It's unusual for the child of a president to host a policy meeting.
02/23/2017 08:22:45pm
White House: Expect 'greater enforcement' of marijuana laws
"I do believe you will see greater enforcement," Sean Spicer said.
02/23/2017 07:38:35pm
President Trump reiterates call for US nuclear supremacy
President Donald Trump on Thursday renewed his call to expand the country's nuclear weapons cache so that the U.S. is the "top of the pack," according to an interview with Reuters. Trump's comments echoed statements he offered in December when he tweeted about "expand[ing]" the nation's "nuclear capability" and told MSNBC that he was willing to engage in an "arms race." Trump told Reuters today he wants the country's cache of weapons to be "top of the pack," a notion expanded upon by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer at his daily press briefing. "The U.S. will not yield its supremacy in this area to anybody," said Spicer. "That’s what he made very clear [during the interview], and that if other countries have nuclear capabilities, it’ll always be the United States that [has] the supremacy and commitment to this." On Dec. 22, Trump -- who indicated during the campaign that some nuclear proliferation might be good -- advocated in a tweet for bolstering American...
02/23/2017 09:26:43pm
DeVos slams Obama's transgender bathroom rule as 'overreach'
The education secretary defended President Trump's rollback of the rule.
02/23/2017 06:11:48pm
Five things to note from the conservative convention CPAC
From speeches to swag, there was a lot of to take in.
02/23/2017 07:11:23pm
Justice Department reverses Obama guidance on reducing private prisons
AG Jeff Sessions rescinded the Obama-era memo.
02/23/2017 07:02:51pm
Steve Bannon says media 'always wrong' about Trump
Donald Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, pounced on the media during the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday, repeating his attack that the press is the "opposition party" that is "always wrong" about the administration. "I think if you look at, you know, the opposition party," said Bannon, referring to the media, during his appearance at the conference with White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. "How they portrayed the campaign, how they portrayed the transition and how they're portraying the administration -- it's always wrong." Bannon, who once was the head of the conservative outlet Breitbart News, took issue with descriptions of the White House as "chaotic," "disorganized" and "unprofessional," saying that the same terms were used against the ultimately-victorious campaign. Now, with Trump as president, both Bannon and Priebus made the argument that he is following through on his promises, despite distractions. "All President Trump does every day is...
02/23/2017 04:30:00pm
WATCH: Transgender activists speak out at CPAC
ABC News' Lana Zak talks with attendees who are concerned with the rights of transgender individuals.
02/23/2017 09:58:18pm
WATCH: Mike Pence delivers remarks at CPAC
The vice president took jabs at the media tonight and while discussing health care, Pence told the crowd "America's Obamacare nightmare is about to end."
02/23/2017 09:41:43pm
WATCH: Rep. Martha McSally takes reporters' questions after town hall
After holding a 90-minute town hall in Sahuarita, Arizona, Rep. McSally takes questions from the press.
02/23/2017 08:51:31pm
WATCH: White House: Expect 'greater enforcement' of marijuana laws
"I do believe you will see greater enforcement," Sean Spicer said.
02/23/2017 09:41:42pm
WATCH: Protesters gather outside Rep. Martha McSally Town Hall in Sahuarita, AZ
ABC News' Matt Gutman talks to people gathered outside the town hall at the Good Shepherd United Church of Christ
02/23/2017 07:08:24pm
WATCH: Recap of CPAC day two speakers, remarks and panel sessions
ABC News' Lana Zak recaps CPAC day two speakers, remarks and panel sessions.
02/23/2017 06:26:49pm
WATCH: Conservative transgender activists on the state of the Republican Party
Transgender women at CPAC discuss Donald Trump's effect on conservative members of the LGBT community.
02/23/2017 06:21:48pm
WATCH: Conservative transgender activists react to the repeal of federal school bathroom guidelines
Activists Jordan Evans and Jennifer Williams talk about making a difference within their conservative circles at CPAC.
02/23/2017 05:51:13pm
WATCH: White House press secretary Sean Spicer on marijuana enforcement and Ivanka Trump's role
Spicer said the Department of Justice will be key in recreational drug enforcement and president's daughter will advise on areas she's passionate about.
02/23/2017 07:49:41pm
WATCH: Homeland Security chief John Kelly: There will be 'no mass deportations'
Just hours after President Donald Trump described his new deportation policies as "a military operation," Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly criticized the media for using that term and insisted there will be no "mass deportations."
02/23/2017 03:42:33pm
WATCH: Steve Bannon says media 'always wrong' about Trump
Donald Trump's chief strategist, Steven Bannon, pounced on the media during the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday, repeating his attack that the press is the "opposition party" that is "always wrong" about the administration.
02/23/2017 05:02:05pm
WATCH: DeVos slams Obama's transgender bathroom rule as 'overreach'
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said she supports President Trump's rollback of Obama administration guidelines on transgender students' choice of bathrooms in schools.
02/23/2017 02:41:10pm
This Might Be the Best Thing Joe Biden's Ever Said
The VP's latest Bidenism.
10/03/2014 11:48:58am