This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the death of one service member in Afghanistan this week: US Marines LCpl Caleb L Erickson, 20, Waseca, MN According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Afghanistan is now 3,427. In addition, the following notable names lost their lives this week: read more
ABC’s This Week w/ George Stephanopoulos was the only Sunday show that bothered to cover the latest ObamaCare delay and with it came some interesting insight from the panel of political experts. Appearing on Sunday’s program, Wall Street...Show More Summary
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) went after fellow Republican Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and President Barack Obama on This Week With George Stephanopoulos sunday morning, telling ABC’s Jonathan Karl that Obama’s “five years of weakness” had emboldened Putin and that the U.S. needed to defend its values across the globe, in contrast to Paul’s less-interventionist foreign [...]
House Intelligence Committee Chair Mike Rogers (R-MI) warned This Week With George Stephanopoulos co-host Martha Raddatz Sunday morning not to underestimate how far Russian President Vladimir Putin was willing to go in his aggression toward Ukraine.
Growing by Double-Digits for the 2nd Week in a Row and Hitting New Season Highs, “This Week” Turned in its Strongest Numbers in More Than 5 Years On March 2, 2014, ABC News’ “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” ranked No. 1 for the 2nd straight...
On Sunday, George Stephanopoulos, hosting ABC's "This Week," asked the panel for reactions to President Obama's program for young minority men, "My Brother's Keeper." Heather Mac Donald, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy...Show More Summary
On This Week With George Stephanopoulos Sunday morning, National Review's Rich Lowry defended Arizona's SB 1062 — the just-vetoed bill that would have allowed business to refuse service to members of the LGBT community — from charges that it created Jim Crow-style laws against gay people.
ABC analyst Nate Silver is better known for his politics and baseball stat work than his Oscar predictions, but he shared some data-driven observations about best picture winners this morning on George Stephanopoulos.
The Washington Times reports that Secretary of State John Kerry (that still sounds weird) told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that the Obama Administration “is currently considering all options, they’re all on the table”. President Obama had a phone call Saturday with Russian president Vladimir Putin calling on him to roll back the invasion of Crimea and […]
Ben Affleck, an actor who himself admitted that he was “not a Congo expert” was given star treatment on Sunday’s This Week w/ George Stephanopoulos. Earlier this week, the liberal actor testified before Congress on the war-torn nation...Show More Summary
On This Week With George Stephanopoulos Sunday morning, the titular host pressed Secretary of State John Kerry for specifics as to the United States' planned responses to Russia's invasion of the Crimean peninsula, and whether President Barack Obama had the ability to execute repercussions against Russia. Show More Summary
George Stephanopoulos is scaling back his hosting duties on ABC’s “This Week” from three times a month to twice a month. The news was first reported by Politico’s Dylan Byers. Stephanopoulos wears many hats at the network: in addition...Show More Summary
ABC News' Martha Raddatz is taking over half of the hosting duties on the Sunday morning talk show This Week, according to a report from POLITICO's Dylan Byers. Current host George Stephanopoulos will stay on, hosting the show approximately every other week.
This Week Posts its Largest Total Viewer Advantage Over “Meet the Press” in More than 16 Years On February 23, 2014, ABC News’ “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” ranked No. 1 in Total Viewers (3.146 million) and Adults 25-54 (963,000) for the 2nd time in the...
This Week with George Stephanopoulos notes the death of one service person in Afghanistan. MSgt Aaron C Torian, 36, Paducah, KY According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Afghanistan is now 3,423. In addition, the following notable names lost their lives this week: read more
On This Week With George Stephanopoulos, former George W Bush campaign director Matthew Dowd predicted that Arizona Governor Jan Brewer would veto a just-passed bill that would allow discrimination against LGBT customers, and also read the impetus behind the bill into the history of people using religion to mask antagonistic actions.
On This Week With George Stephanopoulos, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol wondered why President Barack Obama spoke of the "Cold War chessboard" with such derision, as the US figured nobly on that board for almost a half-century.
Former President George W Bush spoke to ABC's Martha Raddatz on This Week With George Stephanopoulos Sunday morning about his new project, Team Rubicon, which puts U.S. military veterans to work doing disaster response.
George Stephanopoulos, a former operative to Bill Clinton turned journalist, had one question he wanted to ask actor Kevin Spacey about his diabolical character from the political TV series House of Cards: "What would Frank Underwood's advice be to Hillary Clinton on whether to run... -
This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the deaths of four service members in Afghanistan. US Army PFC Joshua A Gray, 21, Van Lear, KY US Army SPC Christopher A Landis, 27, Independence, KY US Army SPC John A Pelham, 22, Portland,...Show More Summary