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Topic - Brian Ross
Representatives of Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland were among city representatives who went to Washington to chat with Republican officials who will choose the site for their 2016 convention.
A man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for a slaying after some of his clothes turned up missing from a Central Texas laundromat.
ABC News' Brian Ross hit a jaywalker with his BMW Sunday night outside the network's studios in New York City, police said.
Republicans are damned if they agree with President Obama's proposal for a military strike on Syria — and damned if they don't. The party's lawmakers have been cast in the role of moral arbitrators, whether they like it or not.
Liberals are exploiting the Aurora massacre to advance a political agenda. The tragic mass murder of 12 people is being used as fodder against the right. Within hours of the killing spree, the media establishment was hoping to link the suspected shooter, James Holmes, with the Tea Party, conservatives and -- ultimately -- the presumptive Republican nominee, Mitt Romney.
There's a low-key advance screening of "2016: Obama's America" in the nation's capital Wednesday night. The documentary film opens nationwide Friday, providing an alarming vision of the life in the U.S., should President Obama be re-elected and his particular "dream" replace that of the Founding Fathers.
The crowd stood below a monumental eagle and the words "In God We Trust" at a gathering recently in the grand foyer of the Rayburn House Office Building to address a visceral but oft neglected issue on Capitol Hill: religious freedom.
Earlier this year, no less an authority than ABC News broke what it regarded as a sensational story about Mitt Romney's supposedly secret offshore investments through Bain Capital. More recently, The Washington Post ran an article complaining that Mr. Romney, despite complying with federal disclosure rules relating to those investments, was hiding something.
Brian Ross, president and CEO of Experience Columbus, the city's visitors' bureau, said landing the 2016 convention would be a tremendous economic-development opportunity for the area.
"We treat it as our Super Bowl," Ross said.