One Bernie Sanders supporter did his shade duty this week by leaving a female motorist stuck in the snow because she's a Donald Trump fan.
Erica Garner posts angry tweets criticizing Clinton's campaign staff. Leaked emails revealed they considered using her father's death in an op-ed.
"As a descendant of people who were denied the right to read, to now have the opportunity to serve and lead the institution that is the national symbol of knowledge, is a historic moment," Carla Hayden said at her swearing-in ceremony.
Donna Brazile, a stalwart supporter of the Democratic Party, has been the ultimate political insider and strategist for decades. So it comes as no surprise that she was tapped to replace ousted Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Brazile, 56, a native of Louisiana, was selected Sunday to serve as interim chairwoman of the convention. Schultz stepped […]
The tennis great's decision comes right before the start of the Olympic Games, where she will be representing the U.S.
In the end, Sanders threw his full support behind Clinton as he had done two weeks ago when they first appeared together in New Hampshire --referencing their 25-year relationship and Clinton's ability to lead through tenured positions in public service.
Bernie Sanders has formally endorsed Hillary Clinton this morning, and is joining forces in the campaign against Republican candidate Donald Trump. Sanders made this announcement at a rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a state he won in the Democratic primary. Sanders thanked the 13 million people who voted for him in the primaries, and began outlining […]
Several explosive questions remain ahead of the Democratic Party Convention. Will Clinton be able to unify the party as protesters prepare to demonstrate?
A week after Hillary Clinton declared herself the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, she clinched the Washington, D.C. primary Tuesday, paving the way to lay the groundwork for a general election campaign. She also met with rival Bernie Sanders to plot out next steps on the road to the general election, according to The New York […]
The Twitterverse did what it does best, using a hashtag to air out grievances about Hillary's rise in becoming the presumptive Democratic nominee.