ABC News released a transcript of Biden's interview featuring a section that was left out of the TV broadcast.
Dan Harris first joined ABC News in 2000, and he co-anchored ABC News' "Nightline" as well as working on the weekend edition of "Good Morning America."
The Democratic governor appeared on television to discuss the state's COVID numbers.
"Nobody is allowed to talk like that about our head of state," Vyacheslav Volodin said on the Telegram messenger app.
The venerated newsman recently railed against media "enablers" for the spread of misinformation about COVID-19.
The Illinois senator told podcast there should be a full investigation into claims Russia paid the Taliban to target American troops in Afghanistan.
Speaking about his new book, the former national security adviser said Putin believes he can play the U.S. president "like a fiddle."
In an interview with ABC News, the president said he thought more people could die due to the reopening of the country.
The presidential candidate noted that it's his own campaign that will bring out black voters and propel him to victory.
"History has its eyes on us," Booker said on ABC News. "How are we going to operate?"
The presidential candidate urged Democrats to focus on health care, child care and climate change rather than on Trump's impeachment -- a process he supports.
The "20/20" anchor said she "tried for three years" to get the story on air in hot microphone footage.
Former presidents Barack Obama and George H.W. Bush did not appear in ABC's widespread search of federal and state criminal cases.
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Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan pleaded for more funding at the border, but Michigan congresswoman Rashida Tlaib called it a "broken" system.
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"If you're going to cough, please leave the room," the president told Mulvaney while filming an interview with ABC News.
Pilots have spoken about the mid-air catastrophe in which a woman later died.
"I don't see the opportunities to solve this diplomatically at this particular point," Mullen said.
ABC News anchor Frank Reynolds shared his hopes for 2017.
"Our presenters are humans, not robots," the director of news at ABC said, after the journalist missed her cue on air.
In poll, 63 percent say mass shootings are a reflection of problems identifying, treating people with mental health issues.
The ABC News anchor said he will not moderate a 2016 Republican presidential primary debate after a possible conflict of interest emerged.