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Derek Chauvin found guilty on all counts in death of George Floyd - ABC News
Derek Chauvin faces decades in prison after being convicted on all charges, including second-degree murder.
cover Politics Mar 22, 2021, Monday
Why Democrats want to make Washington, DC, the 51st state - ABC News
The House is expected to vote on D.C.'s statehood again later this year.
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Senate votes to call witnesses - ABC News
In an 11th-hour development, the Senate has moved to call witnesses in Trump's second impeachment trial. Witnesses were not allowed at his first trial. Five Republican senators joined Democrats on the vote Saturday brining it to 55-45.
cover Politics Feb 11, 2021, Thursday
Day 3 key takeaways from Trump's 2nd impeachment trial - ABC News
Democrats, who also warned the Senate about the lasting danger Trump would pose if not convicted, were again praised by Republicans for their performance.
cover Politics Jan 31, 2021, Sunday
Donald Trump's entire legal team quits week before impeachment trial: Sources - ABC News
The team, led by Butch Bowers, has walked away just over a week before the Senate trial.
cover Politics Jan 10, 2021, Sunday
After Capitol siege, majority of Americans say Trump should be removed from office before term ends: POLL - ABC News
Trump has just 10 days left in office.
cover Politics Jan 09, 2021, Saturday
West Virginia lawmaker resigns after being charged for filming himself at Capitol siege - ABC News
A West Virginia state Republican lawmaker who was arrested after filming himself inside the U.S. Capitol during Wednesday's violent siege has resigned.
cover Life Dec 28, 2020, Monday
Who gets the $600 stimulus checks and when - ABC News
A new round of financial relief has finally been green lit by the government and should flow to millions of Americans weathering the COVID-19 crisis soon.
cover Health Dec 13, 2020, Sunday
Kizzmekia Corbett, an African American woman, is praised as key scientist behind COVID-19 vaccine - ABC News
Dr. Anthony Fauci was asked a question at a forum hosted last week: "Can you talk about the input of African American scientists in the vaccine process?"
cover Law Dec 09, 2020, Wednesday
Hunter Biden, long a GOP political target, reveals he is subject of federal tax probe - ABC News
Hunter Biden, the president-elect's embattled son, announced Wednesday that federal prosecutors in Delaware are investigating his "tax affairs."
cover Health Dec 06, 2020, Sunday
FDA could authorize coronavirus vaccine 'within days,' if authorization hearing goes well: HHS secretary - ABC News
If advisory committee meetings go well, the FDA could authorize coronavirus vaccine 'within days': Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said on ABC's "This Week"
cover Politics Dec 06, 2020, Sunday
Loeffler and Warnock to meet in Georgia Senate debate - ABC News
Candidates for one of two U.S. Senate seats still hanging in the balance will face off in a debate that is drawing strong interest beyond Georgia
cover Law Dec 04, 2020, Friday
Council won't appoint new prosecutor in Breonna Taylor case - ABC News
A council of Kentucky prosecutors says it does not have the legal authority to appoint another special prosecutor in the police shooting of Breonna Taylor
cover Politics Nov 21, 2020, Saturday
GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler, in Georgia runoff, tests positive for coronavirus; receives 2nd inconclusive test - ABC News
Republican control of the Senate rests in the state's runoff elections.
cover Law Nov 14, 2020, Saturday
Baltimore to pay about $8M in police corruption settlement - ABC News
Baltimore officials are set to approve a roughly $8 million settlement to two men who went to prison after drugs were planted on them during an encounter with members of a rogue police unit that brutalized, robbed and falsely arrested residents Politics Nov 06, 2020, Friday
All eyes on Stacey Abrams as Joe Biden passes Donald Trump in traditionally ruby-red Georgia - ABC News
Stacey Abrams deserves a lot of the credit for putting Georgia into play in the 2020 presidential election.
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Honored In Historic Ceremony At US Capitol - ABC News
The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the first woman to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol.
cover News Sep 23, 2020, Wednesday
GOP Report: No Wrongdoing In Biden Son Ties To Ukraine Firm, But Still 'problematic' - ABC News
A Senate GOP report issued Wednesday on Joe Biden's son's Hunter and his ties to a Ukrainian energy firm found only that his role was "problematic" for U.S. policymakers.
cover News Sep 22, 2020, Tuesday
As Nation Surpasses 200,000 Deaths, Trump Keeps Downplaying Coronavirus - ABC News
President Donald Trump has bucked public health experts' warnings about the coronavirus virus at an increasing clip, as he fights for reelection.
cover Politics Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Donald Trump To Put Forth Nominee To Replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg In Coming Days: Sources - ABC News
The shortlist includes at least one woman, sources said.
cover News Aug 23, 2020, Sunday
More Than 1 Million Acres Burned As California Firefighters Brace For New Lightning Storm - ABC News
Red flag warnings have been issued for most of Northern California.
cover News Aug 02, 2020, Sunday
Speaker Pelosi Blames Trump, GOP For Deadlock In Coronavirus Relief Negotiations - ABC News
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi talked about coronavirus relief negotiations on ABC's "This Week" shortly before Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
cover News Aug 01, 2020, Saturday
Senior DHS Official Reassigned After Unit Collected Information On Members Of The Press - ABC News
cover News Jul 28, 2020, Tuesday
Wealthy Donors Pour Millions Into Fight Over Mail-in Voting - ABC News
Deep-pocketed and often anonymous donors are pouring over $100 million into an intensifying dispute about whether it should be easier to vote by mail
cover News Jul 26, 2020, Sunday
Rep. John Lewis Taken Across Edmund Pettus Bridge In Selma - ABC News
Lewis was hit in the head with a billy club at a march on the bridge in 1965.
cover News Jul 24, 2020, Friday
Foreign Adversaries 'seeking To Compromise' Presidential Campaigns, Election Infrastructure: Intel - ABC News
The federal government’s counterintelligence chief marked 100 days until the 2020 presidential election with a troubling status report.
cover News Jul 20, 2020, Monday
Michigan Judge Won't Free Teen, Says She Was Threat To Mom - ABC News
A judge in Michigan who's under criticism for detaining a 15-year-old girl after she failed to do her schoolwork has denied the teen early release
cover News Jul 20, 2020, Monday
Suspect Found Dead After Judge Esther Salas' Son Shot And Killed, Husband Injured At Their NJ Home - ABC News
The son of a federal judge in Newark, New Jersey, has been shot and killed, and her husband shot and injured in an attack at the family's home, according to sources.
cover News Jul 18, 2020, Saturday
Oregon Attorney General Announces Lawsuit Against Federal Agents For Their Tactics On Protesters - ABC News
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says federal agents made an unlawful arrest of one protester and injured another.
cover News Jul 15, 2020, Wednesday
George Floyd's family to file civil suit against Minneapolis and police involved in his death - ABC News
Floyd, a Black man, died in police custody on May 25, igniting mass protests.
cover News Jul 15, 2020, Wednesday
In Colorado, Hickenlooper outraises Gardner, lags in cash - ABC News
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s Senate campaign reports raising $5.2 million over the past three months and says that's a record for a Colorado Senate candidate
cover News Jul 10, 2020, Friday
NAACP president calls Facebook a 'threat to democracy,' says ad boycott isn't dying down soon - ABC News
Derrick Johnson opened up about the ongoing ad boycott against the platform.
cover News Jun 11, 2020, Thursday
LAPD launches over 50 investigations into officer misconduct during the protests - ABC News
LAPD launches over 50 investigations into officer misconduct during the protests
cover News May 10, 2020, Sunday
Family of man killed by police in Walmart angered by lack of notification, calls for investigation - ABC News
The bat-wielding man was having a "mental health crisis," the family's attorney said.
cover News Feb 13, 2020, Thursday
House passes resolution that would dissolve Equal Rights Amendment deadline - ABC News
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution Thursday that would pave the way for the long-developing Equal Rights Amendment.
cover News Katherine Faulders , John Santucci , Allison Pecorin, Olivia Rubin Jan 24, 2020, Friday
'Take her out': Recording appears to capture Trump at private dinner saying he wants Ukraine ambassador fired - ABC News
President Donald Trump was apparently heard discussing firing Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch during a 2018 dinner,. News Jan 20, 2020, Monday
The Senate impeachment trial simplified: What you need to know explained - ABC News
All eyes will be on the United States Senate on Tuesday as it resumes just the third impeachment trial in the nation’s history. Here's what will happen in layman's terms.
cover News Jan 20, 2020, Monday
Authorities brace for massive gun rights rally in Richmond, Virginia - ABC News
Governor's state of emergency bans all weapons from Capitol grounds.
cover News Jan 20, 2020, Monday
Gun industry gathers amid slumping sales, rising tensions - ABC News
The gun industry is gathering in Las Vegas for its annual trade show amid slumping sales and an uncertain political landscape
cover News Ivan Pereira Jan 15, 2020, Wednesday
Virginia governor declares state of emergency following militia threats over gun reforms - ABC News
Intelligence groups report chatter echos Charlottesville rally, governor says.
cover News Jun 27, 2019, Thursday
List Of Trump's Accusers And Their Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct - ABC News
At least 17 women have accused Donald Trump of varying inappropriate behavior, including allegations of sexual harassment or sexual assault. Here is a rundown.