President Trump today said he envisions Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a possible opponent in the 2020 presidential race. During an address at the National Rifle Association leadership conference today, Trump took a dig at the Massachusetts Democrat, whom he regularly calls "Pocahontas" in what many see as an offensive reference to her previous claims that she has Native-American ancestry. "I have a feeling that in the next election you're going to be swamped with candidates but you're not going to be wasting your time," Trump said at the NRA event in Atlanta.
A toddler battling cancer confined to her hospital room received a special visit to her window on Thursday. Kendal Breyfogle was greeted by a window washer dressed as Superman at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, as part of the hospital's "Superhero Day" that took place on April 27. Kendal's mom, Abby Breyfogle, snapped a photo of the touching moment and shared it on her Facebook page.
Kennedy Sartwell and Jake Terry of Warrensburg, Missouri, had a sex reveal photo shoot for the dog. “I’ve been looking for a puppy for quite a while and I’ve been wanting to do some way to announce it to the world,” Kennedy, 19, told ABC News. The black lab and German shepherd mix had a blast being the center of attention.
President Trump today said he is "proud" to follow in the footsteps of "our wonderful Ronald Reagan" by speaking at a National Rifle Association event. "In the history of the organization and today I am also proud to be the first sitting president to address the NRA leadership forum since our wonderful Ronald Reagan in 1983," Trump said. "Only one candidate in the general election came to speak to you and that candidate is now the president of the United States standing before you again," Trump said of himself during his speech.
Prior to government funding votes on Capitol Hill this morning, House and Senate Democratic leaders criticized President Trump's first 100 days in office, attacking his plans for health care, taxes and foreign policy. "One hundred days of broken promises," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said.
One 7-year-old boy was so desperate to have more time to play video games that he hatched a master plan. Nathan Anderson decided to pen a fake letter to his mom, Lori, pretending to be his second-grade teacher at Black Ridge Elementary School in Eagle Mountain, Utah.
Pope Francis arrived in Cairo Friday on his first papal trip to Egypt, which is aimed at addressing tensions between the country's Muslims and Christians after recent violence targeting the Coptic minority. Although Pope Francis has eschewed the armored "popemobile" used by his predecessors on foreign trips, there was increased security around the sprawling capital as the pontiff’s Alitalia jet touched down. From the airport, Francis traveled to the presidential palace where he met with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
Blake Danforth, of Prairie Village, Kansas, saw the playhouse, which also includes a fire pit, for the first time after arriving home from school on Thursday. “He could not believe it,” Blake’s mom, Mandy Danforth, told ABC News. Danforth asked her father, Sandy Blake, for help building a “Little Rascals”-type clubhouse using scraps of wood.
President Donald Trump made some wistful comments about his life before the White House in an interview ahead of his 100th day in office. "I loved my previous life. "This is more work than in my previous life.
A fully-marked police cruiser in Pelham, New Hampshire, captured dashcam video of the moment a driver drifted into the wrong lane and nearly collided head-on with the officer's vehicle. The video shows a Jeep Grand Cherokee traveling south cross into the northbound lane of traffic on a two-lane road. The driver of the patrol car immediately swerved to the right in order to prevent a head-on crash.
British police said they have foiled an active terrorist plot following Thursday night raids in London and southeast England. Six suspects were arrested on terrorism-related charges during the raids in London and Kent, and one woman was seriously wounded, according to Neil Basu, deputy assistant commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police Service.
Gio Maggiore's parents said the six-year-old's biggest fear was being forgotten. Now his family is hoping that the memory of him may live on through the naming of a newborn giraffe. “When he was a baby, he liked a giraffe pacifier, he had giraffe stuffed animals, he had giraffe costumes because he liked giraffes,” his mother Maya Maggiore told ABC Boston affiliate WCVB-TV.
Congress approved a short-term measure Friday to keep the government funded for another week, a move that gives lawmakers more time to reach a deal on a larger spending package. The spending stopgap measure comes as House members prepare to leave Washington without a vote on the GOP health care bill, denying President Trump a major legislative victory in his first 100 days in office. The spending bill capped off a frenzied week on Capitol Hill that underscored the trouble Republicans have had fulfilling both the most basic functions of governance and implementing their ambitious agenda with GOP control of both the White House and Congress.
With summer approaching, Florida health officials are taking steps to prevent another outbreak of the Zika virus. Officials from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said Thursday that no Zika virus has been detected in any mosquitoes tested this year. There is no longer an ongoing outbreak in Florida.
Continuing with its Echo line of digital home assistants, Amazon on Wednesday unveiled "Echo Look," a personal stylist device with a built-in camera that is meant to help people choose what outfit to wear.
Ahed Festuk stood outside the Washington, D.C., office of Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, waiting for an aide to come and collect her. Along with four other Syrian women, she was on Capitol Hill Wednesday to share the reality on the ground in the city that is truly her home: Aleppo. “I feel I have a big responsibility,” Festuk, 30, said.
Jackson, 19, who earlier this year told Rolling Stone magazine that she attempted to take her own life just four years ago, wrote a very balanced note about "13 Reasons Why" on Instagram, emphasizing that it's "important to spread towards people that are struggling with depression or anxiety, self-harm, and or suicidal thoughts" before they watch the show. In the January interview with Rolling Stone, Jackson aid that when she was 15 she took 20 Motrin pills and slit her wrist in a suicide attempt.
It's rare for Oprah Winfrey to run into someone who doesn't know her name. It's unclear if the boy simply was too star struck to reply or really didn't know who Winfrey was when she asked him, "Your dad works here, right?
Flynn, who was fired early in his tenure by President Donald Trump, is under scrutiny for his dealings with Russia, including whether the former Army lieutenant general violated the law by accepting payments from foreign governments. "We need to do a good job of vetting, but that’s a complex issue and I'm not sure anyone could be expected to find that," Sessions told ABC News' Amy Robach live on "Good Morning America" today.
Elizabeth Warren isn't too keen about former President Barack Obama's $400,000 fee to address a Wall Street conference on healthcare this fall. "I was troubled by that," the Massachusetts senator said Thursday during an interview with the SiriusXM show "Alter Family Politics" on Radio Andy.
Citing a lack of votes for the measure, House GOP leaders said they would not hold a vote on Friday for a new health care bill intended to replace President Obama's signature domestic law. The announcement assures that President Trump will fail to reach a legislative milestone on health care in his 100 days in office. "As soon as we have the votes, we'll vote on it," House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., told reporters Thursday night after departing a House GOP leadership meeting that went for almost two hours.