ABC News(NEW YORK) — BY: MEREDITH DELISO President Donald Trump lashed out at NASCAR’s only full-time Black driver on Twitter Monday morning, demanding he apologize for an investigation into an apparent noose found in the driver’s garage.
Official White House Photo by Tia DufourBy JORDYN PHELPS and BEN GITTLESON, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — As the country’s battle against the coronavirus continued through the Fourth of July weekend, President Donald Trump continued to make false
YinYang/iStockBy DEVIN DWYER, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that states can require their presidential electors to support the candidate chosen by a majority of voters and punish those who go rogue. The
ABC NewsBy MATT SEYLER and MARTHA RADDATZ, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Marine Commandant Gen. David Berger sat down with ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz Tuesday to talk racial tensions, deterring China and Russia, and
ABC NewsBy ADAM KELSEY, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Despite President Donald Trump’s claims that a COVID-19 “solution” would likely be available “long before the end of the year,” a member of the White House coronavirus task force,
Official White House Photo by D. Myles CullenBy JACK DATE, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Secret Service agents in Arizona on Monday tested positive for COVID-19 or showed signs of illness while preparing for a trip involving Vice
drnadig/iStockBy CHEYENNE HASLETT and ALLISON PECORIN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — While America’s financial leaders may be split about whether the U.S. is on its way to economic recovery, both Democrats and Republicans largely agree that additional measures
Official White House Photo by Tia DufourBy LUKE BARR, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Recent controversy over what President Donald Trump knew about U.S. intelligence has shed new light on how he — or any president — is