Chicago teen hopes to change her inner-city community through voting

“The only time you have a voice is when you get to vote,” said Arieyanna Williams who turns 18 in a few months and will vote for the first time in Illinois’ election.

Lawmakers become more vocal in support of legalizing marijuana

It’s an issue that’s popular with two large voting groups among the Democratic Party – minorities and youth.

WATCH: Comey memos: 15 pages of meticulous detail, written in real time

The memos detail the interactions between President Donald Trump and the FBI director.

WATCH: Democratic Party launches legal attack against Trump’s inner circle

Its lawsuit accuses Russia, WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign of conspiring to win the election.

Missouri Gov. Greitens charged with second felony

Greitens has been charged with felony computer tampering related to his alleged use of a donor list from his veterans’ charity for his 2016 gubernatorial campaign.

Trump administration’s first human rights report sparks fierce criticism

About 2,500 mourners pay respects to Barbara Bush at viewing

Around 2,500 mourners have attended a public viewing for former first lady Barbara Bush, who was married to President George H.W. Bush for 73 years

Pompeo loses chance of getting favorable Senate Foreign Relations vote

Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., announced Friday that he will not vote to support the nomination of Mike Pompeo to be Secretary of State.

US believes Austin Tice still alive as FBI offers new $1 million reward

Intel gathered over the past 18 months suggests that American journalist Austin Tice is still alive almost six years after he went missing in Syria, ABC News has learned.

DHS confirms agreement with California on Guard troops despite Trump objections

Trump says the federal government will not pay for California’s deployment.

DNC files federal lawsuit against Russia, Trump campaign and associates

The lawsuit cites the hacking of DNC documents and records by the Russian government during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Read former FBI director James Comey’s memos

The Justice Department on Thursday turned over declassified copies of former FBI director James Comey’s memos to Congress about meetings with President Donald Trump.

WATCH: Anthony Scaramucci on Comey’s memos, Trump and whether Michael Cohen will flip

Scaramucci joined as a guest co-host on “The View” to discuss the latest news from the Trump White House.

WATCH: US Senator casts vote holding newborn

Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., made Senate history when she cast a vote while cradling her newborn daughter, Maile.

Rosenstein told Trump he’s not a target of probe of Michael Cohen: Sources

The deputy AG told Trump he’s not a target of the Cohen probe, sources said.

WATCH: Duckworth casts vote holding newborn on Senate floor after rule change

It was a short trip for a new mom, but a big advance for the women of the Senate.

WATCH: Comey memos released to Congress

The memos detail, in part, James Comey’s recollections of exchanges with President Donald Trump about Russian campaign interference.

The Latest: Trump defends Flynn after release of Comey memos

President Donald Trump is defending his former national security adviser after the release of memos written by former FBI Director James Comey

The Note: Might things yet break Trump’s direction?

A week that held – and still holds – so much peril for President Donald Trump ends with reminders of how much things might yet break in his direction.

Fight looms over Trump, Cohen request to delay Stormy Daniels case

The attorney for adult-film star Stormy Daniels is vowing to “vehemently argue” against an attempt by President Trump and his personal attorney to delay her lawsuit.

The Latest: Trump claims vindication after memos released

President Donald Trump is claiming vindication after the release of memos from former FBI Director James Comey about their interactions together

In memos, Comey describes Trump’s reactions to dossier, concerns over Flynn

The former FBI director’s memos included Trump’s denials of Russian prostitutes.

Arizona teachers vote for statewide walkout

Arizona teachers have voted to walk off the job to demand increased school funding, marking a key step toward a first-ever statewide strike.

Appeals court rules against Trump administration sanctuary city policy

Attorney General Sessions tied grant funds to compliance with three conditions.

WATCH: Trump adds former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani to his legal team

He once worked for the U.S. attorney’s office that ordered the Michael Cohen raid.

‘Poop train’ gone after plaguing Alabama community for 2 months

A train full of “sewage sludge” from the New York City area has left a small Alabama town after sitting on the tracks for more than two months.

Pompeo faces unprecedented Senate opposition for top US diplomat spot

Diaz-Canel replaces Raul Castro as Cuba’s president

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani joining Trump legal team along with others

The president said “Rudy is great. He has been my friend for a long time and wants to get this matter quickly resolved for the good of the country.”