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Just an hour's drive from Flint, the presidential hopefuls said little about the growing list of threats to America's drinking water.
Cory Booker's "Kool-Aid" quip and Joe Biden's flubs light up social media.
The Washington governor's climate plan has been called the “gold standard” for a Green New Deal.
Bill de Blasio, Tulsi Gabbard and Michael Bennet aren't going to be president. But they each shined for a moment in Wednesday's Democratic primary debate.
“There’s a saying in my community: You’re dipping into the Kool-Aid and you don’t even know the flavor,” Booker said at Wednesday's Democratic debate.
A diverse crowd of challengers sparred and parried with the former vice president on everything from criminal justice reform to women’s rights at the debate.
Hillary represents timid incrementalism at a time when the people are restless for bold transformational change, and at a time when such dramatic change is needed to ensure our survival as a species. Fortunately, we have another choice.
Unquestionably, Secretary Clinton has more foreign policy experience than Senator Sanders. And experience matters. While
This week, the nation watched Kobe Bryant say goodbye to an historic career, while the Golden State Warriors capped a history-making season. The combatants on the other coast were less inspiring. On Tuesday, having been outmaneuvered for delegates in Louisiana and Colorado by Ted Cruz, Donald Trump accused the RNC of being "dirty tricksters" who should be "ashamed of themselves." The next day, The Washington Post estimated that Cruz will pick up 130 to 170 delegates on a second ballot - enough to potentially deny Trump the nomination. As loudly as Trump complains, it's notable that it's in the most business-like aspects of the campaign -- deal-making -- that Trump is failing. If he can't make a deal with his own party, he'll never get that chance to make a deal forcing Mexico to pay for his wall. Meanwhile, as the Democratic candidates debated across the river from Wall Street, it was reported that five of the eight biggest banks failed to come up with credible "living will" plans required by Dodd-Frank. The Mamba's gone, but too-big-to-fail lives on.
With the growing tensions on the campaign trail hitting a near boiling point between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders, everyone who follows politics closely saw this collision course on the horizon.
But something strange happened during that curatorial process. For whatever reason, the vast majority of the clips that were
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton flipped the script in Brooklyn.
The former secretary of state is once again coming under fire for using the word "super-predators."
11. Sanders refrains from waging personal attacks for political gains. Clinton does not. 6. Sanders wants to break up the
As the Democratic candidates prepare to debate on the same day tens of thousands of low-wage workers walk off their jobs across the nation asking for "$15 and a union," Hillary Clinton needs to tell us whether she would use the power of the pen to help workers advance again.