Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders said former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was “not my kind of guy,” and attacked rival Hillary Clinton for speaking of him highly in a previous debate and in a book review because of his role in the Vietnam War.
The political arm of the Club for Growth has unloaded another attack against GOP presidential contender Donald Trump, calling into question the New York billionaire’s conservative credentials in a television ad running in South Carolina.
In their latest debate, Hillary Clinton glossed over the big-money donors juicing her White House ambitions while Bernie Sanders offered disputed numbers behind his plan for a government-financed health system.
Sen. Bernard Sanders said he’s been more consistent in supporting illegal immigrants than Democratic presidential opponent Hillary Clinton as the two made pitches for Hispanic votes Thursday, facing off in a debate ahead of voting in Nevada’s caucuses.
Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders both laid out their proposals for criminal justice reform, voicing frustration at the current system and especially at police officer conduct in African American communities.
Hillary Clinton pitched herself as a pragmatic progressive in Thursday night’s Democratic debate, repeating the meme Democratic candidates “should not make promises they can’t keep” in so much as it further alienates those already disfranchised from politicians and the government.
President Obama is designating three more national monuments Friday totaling about 1.8 million acres of Southern California desert, nearly doubling the amount of public land that he has given the status with the stroke of his pen since taking office.
Sen. Bernard Sanders told fellow presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to hold off on a coronation as Democrats’ presidential nominee as they faced off Thursday, making a plea for black and Hispanic voters as the primaries expand to more racially diverse states.
Hillary Clinton opened Thursday’s Democratic debate showdown with Sen. Bernard Sanders by insisting her message can appeal beyond “angry” voters worried about the economy and can reach blacks, Hispanics and women who she said suffer fear and discrimination.
South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Jamie Harrison’s official biography calls him “a rising star” in the party, “a teacher at heart” and a family man who lives in Columbia with his law professor wife.
Top Senate Democrats announced legislation Thursday to grant government-funded lawyers to tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children and mothers who surged into the U.S. from Central America over the last few years, opening another front in the thorny immigration battle.
Former Clinton administration Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, contradicting the Obama White House, has said a Supreme Court order temporarily halting an EPA rule on power-plant emissions could derail President Obama’s cherished global climate-change agreement.
A federal judge has rejected the State Department’s request to delay all of former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s emails until the eve of the Super Tuesday primaries, issuing an order Thursday that instead makes the administration have to release the documents in four batches between now and the end of the month.
With Valentine’s Day falling on Sunday, many singles are looking for the tips and tricks needed to pick up a date. Not to worry, Uncle Sam has done the leg work for lonely Americans, using their own tax dollars.
As a presidential hopeful, Sen. Bernard Sanders unapologetically describes himself as a “democratic socialist,” prompting much discussion among press and public about the candidate’s political pedigree. But wait. Mr. Sanders has also attracted the attention of some other socialists, like the New York-based Socialist Party USA, where the motto is, “Let’s build a future worthy of our dreams.” They too have a presidential candidate in mind for 2016. That would be Emidio “Mimi” Soltysik, who has a thought or two about Mr. Sanders.