Quantcast

Political

Subscribe

Justice Department Deploys Fewer Election Monitors Than 2012

The Department of Justice will send over 500 election monitors to 28 states to help ensure federal voting rights are enforced in 67 jurisdictions. Compared to 2012, there are fewer monitors to go around, and more states and jurisdictions are ...

FBI Clears Clinton Again in Email Probe

FBI Director James Comey said Sunday that the agency has again determined it would not recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton — the latest stunning development in the renewed probe of the Democratic presidential nominee's private email server just days ...

D.C. Residents Brave Long Lines on Final Day of Early Voting

D.C. voters have been showing up in record numbers since early voting began on Oct. 22. And Friday, the final day of early voting, they continued that trend with lines reaching around the corner at polling places.

Donna Brazile Leaves CNN Over Clinton Campaign Link

CNN announced Monday the resignation of contributor Donna Brazile after learning that she contacted the Clinton campaign ahead of time regarding one of the questions to be posed at a presidential primary town hall earlier this year in Flint, Michigan.

Days Before the Election, Clinton Talks Criminal Justice, Jobs and Education with the Black Press

Hillary Clinton said the even though she is running to benefit all Americans, she has a special focus on working with the African-American community and its leaders — both local and national — to improve employment, business, education and other ...

Trump: Black Americans Live in 'Ghettos'

Trump promised to solve the problems black Americans face living in "ghettos" on Thursday at a rally in Toledo, Ohio.

Clinton, Trump Clash in Final Debate

The third and final debate of the 2016 presidential race — which has devolved into little more than a reality TV show — proved to be a continuation of the second contest only with a slightly more controlled Donald Trump.

Gov. Mike Pence Accused of Voter Suppression

A progressive advocacy group is accusing Indiana Gov. and Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence of voter suppression after police launched an investigation into numerous cases of "voter fraud."

Trump Supporters Intend to Intimidate Minority Voters at Polls

The more Donald Trump sees his chances of victory in November slipping away, the louder and more frequently he tells his supporters that the election is "rigged" and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will steal the presidency with the help of ...

Social Media Wins, America Loses in 2nd Debate

It was, in the words of so many who watched and most of the experts covering it, the worst debate ever.

Trump Denies Groping Talk is Reference to Sexual Assault

During Sunday's presidential debate, Trump denied that his leaked comments from 2005 indicated sexual assault and insisted they were nothing more than "locker room talk."

Clinton, Trump Gear Up for Round Two

On Sunday in St. Louis, the second of the three 2016 presidential debates will showcase two candidates with vastly different missions — one looking to bolster a growing lead and the other attempting to rebound from an erratic first debate ...

Vice Presidential Candidates Clash in Debate

The first and only scheduled vice presidential debate had the feel of what the contest really amounted to: an undercard for the main event.

LeBron: I'm Endorsing Hillary Clinton

If basketball has taught me anything, it's that no one achieves greatness alone and that it takes everyone working together to create real change. When I look at this year's presidential race, it's clear which candidate believes the same thing.the ...

Presidential Debates Overlook Latino Moderators

As the presidential debate season has begun, Latinos have been shut out from the panel of moderators, a position that could have a great effect on the content of a debate.