Last time around, a black voter exodus helped torpedo Clinton’s run. This time around, she’s counting on them to deliver a win.
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee says the courts have too much power to “make law as well as enforce it.“
Ashton Carter, in an interview with CNN, rejected calls for sending U.S. ground troops into Iraq to fight Islamic State militants. He also said U.S.-led airstrikes have been effective.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign seemed quite pleased to tell its supporters -- twice -- that it has Beyoncé ‘s support.
Meanwhile, an NTSB spokesman said the engineer did not report an object hitting the derailed train.
On Sunday talk shows, political leaders agree there is a need for criminal justice reform, but not on how to fix the underlying problems.
The PUMAs are back on the prowl.
Progressive activists are noting that the system she’s criticizing as being in need of urgent reform was put in place by her husband.
Rand Paul’s longtime passion for criminal justice reform seems to be waning.
The senator bristles at questions on foreign policy and abortion during his post-announcement media rounds.