Secretary Clinton speaks with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and other leaders to continue a dialogue of inclusivity in the wake of violence and unrest.
After a series of losses and narrow wins, Bernie Sanders has started to claim the first in a series of anticipated large victories.
A conversation between Chelsea Clinton, Lena Dunham, and America Ferrera.
Former President Bill Clinton speaks at Houston Buffalo Soldiers Museum
After trying to remain neutral, prominent state representative Jim Clyburn decided yesterday to endorse Hillary Clinton for president.
Tonight featured the second one-on-one discussion between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The two candidates touched on a variety of issues from racism, criminal justice reform, campaign financing, foreign-policy and a favorite staple, income inequality.
Tonight features the second one-on-one style debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, beginning at 9pm ET in Milwaukee via PBS. Here are 5 topics that are guaranteed to come up.
As candidates turn their attention to the so-called “southern firewall” of minorty desnse voting states, the once certain assumption that Hillary Clinton has an advantage among minority voters is now being challenged.
That special place in Hell where they’re feeling the Bern.
Hillary Clinton has a young women problem. Young women, by definition of being young, are also included within the polling demographic that has recently overwhelmingly favored Senator Bernie Sanders in the Iowa Caucus. Young women, like young men, tend to prefer Sanders over Clinton with such intensity that has left many feminist proponents of identity politics wondering why.
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