At one point or another both sides have complained about the news media being biased against them, from Trump to Clinton.
Black Lives Matter isn’t an issue that candidates are weighing in on much, but racial tensions do have a role in the 2016 election season
Ironically, Clinton holds better promise for achieving Sanders’ ideals than Sanders does himself.
On today’s Real Talk, find out the controversy surrounding Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton in the media, Scott Walker drops out of the presidential race, and Carly Fiorina gains public support after the second debate.
Impersonations of politicians on “SNL” aren’t usually too far from the truth, but one presidential candidate’s reality seems to mirror her stereotype too closely for her campaign staff’s comfort.
On April 13, Florida Senator Marco Rubio shocked the nation when he announced his presidential campaign. After his speech at Freedom Tower, only one thought echoed throughout country: Who the hell is Marco Rubio?
After months of waiting, a Democratic candidate finally initiated the start of a campaign. On April 12, Hillary Rodham Clinton announced her second bid for the presidency, asking to be the ‘Everyday American’s’ champion.
Last Wednesday, the Associated Press announced that it has sued Hillary Clinton for the release of government documents and e-mails from her four-year tenure as Secretary of State.