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Obama Dines At World's Best Sushi Shop In Tokyo
World-renowned sushi chef hosts Obama and Premier Shinzo Abe.
ABC News' 2014 Campaign Ad Hall of Fame
As one campaign ad ironically admits, nobody likes political ads. But we think you’ll get a kick out of these. From castrated hogs to talking dogs, the ads may lack gravitas -- but they seem designed to attract attention.
Cowboys and Indians Ride Through DC to Protest Keystone XL Pipeline
Cowboys and Indians riding on horseback marched through the nation’s capital today in protest against the Keystone XL Pipeline. Dressed in native headdresses and cowboy hats, the activists started on horseback at the reflecting pool in front of the Capitol and marched through downtown DC....
Broadened Clemency Rules Could Affect Thousands of Inmates
WASHINGTON – Prison inmates serving sentences for nonviolent crimes have been offered broader guidelines for seeking clemency, the Department of Justice announced today. The new rules, only eligible to prisoners who have already served 10 years behind bars, will focus on people who would be...
Why Dems Should Be Worried About Senate Races in the South
The two closest races in the Southern states are in Kentucky and North Carolina.
Bashar al-Assad's Deadly Loophole in Syria Deal
There's one potential chemical weapon the regime is not required to relinquish.
Obama's Asia Challenge
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES FOODIE ALERT – IN TOKYO, OBAMA DREAMS OF SUSHI: President Obama stepped off Air Force One in Japan today, apparently with an appetite for sushi, ABC’s DEVIN DWYER reports. After a quick refresh at the Hotel Okura near the U.S....
The Note's Must-Reads for Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Will Cantine and Jordan Mazza WASHINGTON MUDSLIDE ABC News’ Chris Good: “Obama...
Obama Surveys Mudslide Damage, Praises Community of Oso, Wash.
After surveying mudslide damage from Marine One and meeting for an hour and fifteen minutes with victims’ families behind closed doors, President Obama praised the community of Oso, Wash., as it recovers from the March 22 mudslide that so far has claimed 41 lives. “This...
Rick Perry Wants New York Jobs - And Debate With Andrew Cuomo
The Texas governor goes after New York.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor: Affirmative Action 'Opened Doors in My Life'
In first-ever dissent read from the bench, the justice speaks from her heart.
Watch: Russia Faces Increased Tensions With the West After Sending Troops Into Crimea
President Obama comments about the situation in Ukraine during an event with the Israeli prime minster.
Watch: Potential for Armed Conflict Grows in Ukraine
British foreign secretary calls the situation "the most dangerous crisis in Europe this century."
Watch: 'This Week': Crisis in Ukraine
ABC News' Alexander Marquardt and Terry Moran report from Crimea on the battle over Ukraine.
Watch: 'This Week': John Kerry
Secretary of State John Kerry on the U.S. response to Russia's actions in Ukraine.
Watch: 'This Week': U.S. Response to Russia
ABC News' Martha Raddatz and Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., on the crisis in Ukraine.
Watch: 'This Week': Obama's 'My Brother's Keeper'
Pierre Thomas, Van Jones, Dr. Gail Christopher, and Heather Mac Donald on President Obama's new effort for at-risk youth.
Watch: ‘This Week’: Ben Affleck’s Spotlight on Congo
Actor Ben Affleck and U.S. Envoy Russ Feingold bring attention to war-torn Congo.
Clinton, Bush and a Fast-Flying Shoe: Who Dodged It Best?
Unofficial ratings on how the two responded to having footwear winged at them.
Carney Gets Candid: White House Press Secretary Opens Up
The White House press secretary talked about his job with students.
Here’s What Will Get a Secret Service Agent Sent Home
We’re all human. That’s what a top law enforcement official said helps explain the Secret Service’s latest alcohol-induced escapade in which one agent reportedly became so drunk he passed out in hotel hallway ahead of President Obama’s trip to Europe this week.
See How Bill Clinton Hand-Edited His Speeches
New documents reveal a president who wrote "over so much of his speeches."
Obama, Biden, Carter, Dole Team Up for Wounded Warriors
Caregivers will receive some peer support thanks to new programs.
Spying on GOP With Top Oppo Hitmen
Inside the war room of the rapid response nerve center at American Bridge PAC.
Photos: Michelle Obama Tries Tai Chi in China
As she enters her 50s, a look at the first lady's life and times.