Clinton tells Sanders: “I think it’s time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out.”
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell and aides to his successor, Condoleezza Rice, both received classified information a handful of times via personal email accounts, the top Democrat on a congressional oversight panel said on Thursday.
Sanders’ appeal is that he acknowledges something that African-Americans know viscerally: There is no post-racial America. He has also offered a forthright critique of wealth and income equality in America, along with measures to rectify it. All he has to do is package his message right.
One of the hallmarks of a progressive is a willingness to challenge a power structure that leaves too many people looking up and seeing the bottom of a boot.
Sanders appears to be on the verge of writing out vast swaths of Democratic politicians (and voters) from having a claim to a real progressive identity.
It may have been too close to call in the Iowa caucuses on Monday, but the senator from Vermont was the clear winner on social media.
Geography favors Clinton: More than a quarter of Sanders’ voters are expected to come from only three counties. Even with a substantial lead, he may only win a limited number of delegates.
The day before Iowa’s caucuses, Trump and Cruz reflected anxiety about the unpredictability of the race in this Midwestern state.
Though Democratic women aged 18 to 29 say they prefer Sanders to Clinton 57 to 24 percent, those aged 30 to 39, prefer Clinton to Sanders 45 to 28 percent.
Editorial board calls Hillary Clinton one of the most “deeply qualified presidential candidates in modern history.”
In something of a test of Castro’s campaigning abilities, he barnstormed Iowa in the final days leading up to the state’s Feb. 1 caucus.
Presidents have more room to sidestep Congress via executive action in corporate and business-related tax matters.
As voting approaches and primary rhetoric gets super-hot, it is worth remembering that progressives can differ honestly over whether Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders will represent the nation’s real interests most effectively.
Rep. Les Osterman, R-Wichita, said he hit the wrong button when he posted a “Mexican Word of the Day” meme on his page Saturday.
It remained unclear, however, whether any candidates will attend — and if the party will relax its rule banning them from non-sanctioned debates.
President Barack Obama said that while Hillary Clinton has the most experience among candidates vying to succeed him, her strengths can sometimes be her weaknesses, allowing Bernie Sanders to appeal to the main concerns of the Democratic Party’s core voters.