This Week

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Former Pres. George W. Bush will headline a fundraiser next month for top Donald Trump critic Liz Cheney, turning her reelection race into a proxy war of sorts between the ex-presidents who represent two competing factions of the Republican Party.

Months before the Haitian migrant surge at the southern border, Border Patrol agents on the front lines in Texas sounded alarms that Del Rio was vulnerable and resources could become overwhelmed, according to email messages reviewed by @ABC  News.

The top American military officer held talks with his Russian counterpart as the U.S. struggles to secure basing rights and other counterterrorism support in countries bordering Afghanistan — an effort Moscow has opposed.

Democrats introduce post-Trump ethics bill to enforce subpoenas, limit conflicts.

Pres. Biden worked to salvage his sweeping legislative agenda as Democratic infighting imperiled his ambitious goals on infrastructure, climate change, and Americans' relationship with government into peril.

A decorated group of more than 500 current and former American women Olympians and professional and collegiate athletes is warning the Supreme Court that eroding access to abortion care in America will be "devastating" to women's athletics at all levels.

Pres. Biden for the first time admits the diplomatic fallout with France over a recent defense deal could have been better handled, the White House says in a joint statement with French President Emmanuel Macron's office.

Talks hit a major snag early in the summer over the involvement of police unions. There were still significant sticking points between the two sides over qualified immunity and how officers should be prosecuted.

LGBTQ veterans who were given other than honorable discharges from the U.S. military due to their sexual orientation are eligible to receive full benefits, the Department of Veterans Affairs announces.

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NASCAR driver Tyler Reddick fires back at Pres. Trump's call for an apology from Bubba Wallace: "We don’t need an apology. We did what was right and we will do just fine without your support."

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Former Pres. Jimmy Carter congratulates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris: "We are proud of their well-run campaign and look forward to seeing the positive change they bring to our nation.”

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@jonkarl : “(Dr. Fauci) was more than willing to join us, but the White House wouldn’t allow you to hear from the nation’s leading expert on coronavirus. In fact, they wouldn’t allow any of the medical experts on the president’s own coronavirus task force to appear on this show.”

"There never was nor shall there be an excuse for the criminal behavior you were subjected to," William Sweeney, assistant director in charge of the FBI's New York Field Office, says to victims at news conference on charges against Ghislaine Maxwell.

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