Does Bernie Sanders want to hear more about Hillary Clinton’s “damn emails” after all?That’s the suggestion in a new interview published late Wednesday night in the Wall Street Journal in which it seemed Sanders wanted to re-open the issue of Clinton’s private email server – even after he dismissed the controversy in the first Democratic debate... read more
Nowhere is the demographic gap between the two leading Democratic presidential candidates more visible and more extreme than in South Carolina, where both are heading Friday for a jam-packed weekend of events aimed at appealing to African-Americans, anchored by a forum Friday night sponsored by the South Carolina Democratic Party and MSNBC.
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The leading Republican presidential candidate believes the ancient Egyptian pyramids were used for storing grain and not, as nearly all experts believe, as burial homes for Egyptian pharaohs.
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WOLFEBORO, N.H. -- Jeb Bush is promising his donors that he'll get better at debating — and he's urging any "nervous Nellies" among his supporters to "chill out" as he embarks on a reboot of his campaign."I'm going to win New Hampshire, I just feel it," Bush told donors on a conference call Wednesday,... read more
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida said on Wednesday that if he becomes president he’ll end protections for undocumented immigrants whose parents brought them into the country illegally during their youth-- even if Congress doesn’t act.“It will have to end at some point,” the Republican said of President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals... read more
Kentucky voters elected Republican Matt Bevin governor Tuesday. Based on Google searches in the United States on Wednesday, here are answers to the most-asked questions about the state's governor-elect. read more
The presidential election is still a year away and the actual voting doesn't even begin until Iowans head to caucus sites three months from now. There's plenty of inevitable twists and turns in store between now and Election Day in 2016.Consider what has happened so far that few would have guessed: The entrance of nearly two dozen... read more
The state of the American electorate is angry. Really angry.And it's something that gets agreement from both parties.A deep dive into new numbers from the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows that nearly seven in 10 Americans agree with the statement that "I feel angry because our political system seems to only be working for... read more
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday stated in her most clear language yet that she supports a $12 an hour minimum wage, which falls short of the level sought by many labor unions but is higher than the one favored by President Obama.
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