(WASHINGTON) -- While most Republicans were absent on Capitol Hill for the Jan. 6 anniversary Thursday, one of the party's most prominent elder statesmen was there. ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent Jonathan Karl spoke to former Vice President Dick Cheney just off the House floor. Asked... Read More.
(CAIRO) -- After initially being put under house arrest by military forces Monday, Sudan's acting Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and his wife Muna Abdalla were "kidnapped" at dawn from their Khartoum residence, according to the prime minister's office. The move happened after the military forces... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The State Department will begin reducing its staff levels at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul and the Pentagon is sending in troops "as we speak" to help facilitate those departures, the agency said Friday, as Taliban forces advance on more provincial capitals. Pentagon... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Antony Blinken acknowledged Wednesday during a joint press conference in India that the situation in Afghanistan is headed in the wrong direction -- noting the Taliban is "making advances" and calling reports that the group has committed atrocities "deeply,... Read More.
(AUSTIN) -- President Joe Biden said it's "deeply disappointing" that a federal judge in Texas has ruled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program as unlawful, and said the Department of Justice will appeal the decision. "While the court’s order does not now... Read More.
By STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC News(ATLANTA) -- A top public health official on Friday she was "deeply concerned" about the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, again urging Americans to continue to take precautions like wearing masks, even as states lift restrictions meant... Read More.