Although presidential front-runners Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump appear poised to sail to victory in Tuesday’s primary races, a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll highlights challenges they may face healing deep fissures within their own parties. Voters in Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, and Maryland will head to the polls Tuesday in races that could […]
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As voters head to polls in five primary states Tuesday, NewsOne decided to take a look at exit poll data from New York’s primary race on Tuesday to determine just who voted for Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and what it likely means for the rest of the election season.
After The New York City Board of Elections removed more than 125,000 Democratic voters from the rolls during one of the most important presidential primaries this season, officials have pledged a probe, reports The New York Times.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton and her Republican challenger Donald Trump appear to be headed for big wins in Tuesday’s New York early voting primary races, according to Bloomberg Politics.
We asked people to choose just one emoji to represent the presidential candidates. This is what happened.
Bernie Sanders hit Hillary Clinton for accepting speaking fees from Wall Street and for her stance on minimum wage during the rollicking debate.
NEW YORK (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders cheered on striking Verizon workers Wednesday after 39,000 landline and cable employees walked off the job.…
Just days after former President Bill Clinton used his White privilege to lecture Black Lives Matter protesters, Hillary Clinton engaged in her own faux pas regarding, well, African-Americans.
“So I did something yesterday in Philadelphia. I almost want to apologize for it, but I want to use it as an example of the danger threatening our country,” Clinton said.
Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday that Hillary Clinton’s use of the term “super-predators,” said while the then-first lady was supporting the legislation, was used in reference to young black individuals.