EXCLUSIVE: In June of 2016, retired British spy Christopher Steele arrived for lunch at Heathrow Airport.
He could not have known that this meeting with his old friend Glenn Simpson would lead him down the path to international notoriety. abcn.ws/3CecI5n
.@SecretaryPete on Colin Powell: “I knew him as an example. Somebody that so many looked up to. As a thoughtful soldier, as a leader.”
“He was somebody who commanded respect among Democrats, independents and Republicans alike, and that’s a spirit that we need a lot more of.”
.@CondoleezzaRice looks back on Colin Powell’s legacy: “We have lost a great American patriot.”
“Colin will be remembered for his integrity, he will be remembered for his dignity, and he will be remembered by me as just a really, really great friend.” abcn.ws/2RiH3wd
COMING UP: @margaretcho joins @janai to reflect on iconic comedian Robin Williams' life and legacy. Watch their discussion on Instagram Live: abcn.ws/3vsIuJ0
'Superstar: Robin Williams' premieres tonight on @ABC and streams tomorrow on @hulu.
Paris Hilton speaks on Accountability for Congregate Care Act before it is introduced in Congress.
“If I had these rights and could have exercised them, I would have been saved from over 20 years of trauma and severe PTSD.” abcn.ws/3jlrwr9
“The multibillion dollar troubled teen industry has been able to mislead parents, school districts, child welfare agencies and juvenile justice systems for decades,” Paris Hilton says on Capitol Hill. abcn.ws/3pl3Sir
Senate Republicans are expected to defeat—for the second time this year—a Democratic measure aimed at enacting sweeping federal election law changes, a move that is certain to increase pressure on the majority to change the chamber's filibuster rule. abcn.ws/3aW8IKI
Puerto Rico has had a long history of instability with its electric system, even prior to the devastation Hurricane Maria wreaked in 2017, which left millions on the island without power for nearly a year. abcn.ws/3jlpasl
Senate Republicans are expected to defeat—for the second time this year—a Democratic measure aimed at enacting sweeping federal election law changes, a move that is certain to increase pressure on the majority to change the chamber's filibuster rule. abcn.ws/3jjJs5o
THE NOTE: The unofficial purpose of Tuesday night's vote by the Jan. 6 committee was to push at a soft spot in the hold former President Donald Trump has over his party -- and remind non-Trump-loyal voters of what that hold means. abcn.ws/3C2OPNK
Shooter in Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting makes statement after pleading guilty to 17 counts of first-degree murder and 17 counts of attempted first-degree murder: "I believe it's your decision to decide where I go, whether I live or die." abcn.ws/3lYdRYZ
About 71% of employees have already have at least one shot.
It’s up to 95% in the 11 city-run hospitals, and 96% in schools, where vaccinations are already mandatory.
But other sectors of the city's workforce, including police and fire departments, lag. abcn.ws/3nae0rt
Some call him a hero.
Others think he's a fraud.
Now, in his first televised interview, Christopher Steele breaks his silence to @GStephanopoulos.
'Out of the Shadows: The Spy Behind the Steele Dossier' is now streaming—only on @hulu. abcn.ws/30zKnZ0
Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin orders the country’s workers to stay off work for a week starting later this month amid rising coronavirus infection and death numbers, and he strongly urges reluctant citizens to get vaccinated. abcn.ws/2Zgugzc
Ex-soldiers in Guatemala flooded the streets of Guatemala City near the country's congress building and set fires, demanding bonus pay for serving in Guatemala's civil war that was fought from 1960-1996. abcn.ws/3G33f30