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Trump: 'It's Possible' a Muslim Judge Would Be Biased

Donald Trump's "Face the Nation" interview this weekend was described by a fellow Republican as "one of the worst mistakes Trump has made."

Hillary Clinton Downplays Delegate Count, Focuses on Tuesday Primaries

Hillary Clinton has reportedly snagged enough delegates to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination ahead of Tuesday's round of primary elections in six states, but said she isn't looking that far ahead yet.

Policy Makers Headed for Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana

As the U.S. presidential candidates prepare for national conventions and congressional campaigns remain in full throttle, the National Policy Alliance, a coalition of 16,000 Black elected and appointed officials and more than a million Black policy-makers has organized a National ...

Hillary Clinton Wins Number of Delegates Needed to Clinch Democratic Nomination

Hillary Clinton has obtained enough delegates to become the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, making her the first woman ever to win a major party nomination, The Associated Press reported Monday night.

Anti-Trump Movement May Shape Senate

For some Democrats hoping to win the Senate seats in their states, their Republican opponents' support for Trump may play a role in who wins the race.

Ward 8 Council Candidates Engage Youth

Not even the cries of teenagers and young adults eager to have their questions addressed could compel Ward 8 D.C. Council member LaRuby May to stay through an entire public campaign event.

Democrats Challenge GOP on Voting Rights

The right to vote is the cornerstone of democracy and the foundation upon which all other rights are built, and Democratic representatives say they aren't going stand idle and allow others to infringe on those rights.

Ward 8 Candidates Address Senior Citizens' Concerns

No one emerged as a clear-cut winner in a recent Ward 8 Council debate at the Congress Heights Senior Wellness Center in Southeast moderated by Washington Informer Publisher Denise Rolark Barnes.

Hillary Clinton Backed by Bowser, Norton, D.C. Political Heavyweights

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, D.C. Congressional Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and most of the city council came out in support Monday for Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, calling her the best choice to raise wages and break down barriers holding ...

Vincent Gray Picks Up Endorsement from Nurses' Union

Vincent Gray's political comeback received a major boost Thursday, as the nation's largest organization of registered nurses endorsed the former D.C. mayor in his bid for the city's Ward 7 Council seat.

Ted Cruz Suspends Campaign, Trumps Closes In on GOP Nomination

Sen. Ted Cruz officially suspended his presidential campaign Tuesday night after a crushing defeat in the Indiana Republican primary, putting front-runner Donald Trump one step closer to nabbing the GOP nomination.

Prince George's County Election Results: School Board, Circuit Court Judge

Here are the results and what's next for each contest.

Vincent Gray Enjoys Comfortable Lead in New Poll

Former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has moved on from the now-closed investigation into an alleged shadow campaign that derailed his re-election campaign in 2014.

Van Hollen Defeats Edwards in Senate Primary

Rep. Chris Van Hollen, with the support of major Black legislatures in Maryland, defeated fellow Rep. Donna Edwards in Tuesday's Democratic primary.

Va. Governor Restores Convicted Felons' Voting Rights

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe used his executive power Friday to restore the voting rights of more than 200,000 convicted felons.