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Jewish Groups Latest to be Offended by Trump

Many groups have been offended by Donald Trump since the businessman announced his candidacy for president last summer. This time, it is Jewish groups that have had enough of Trump.

Edwards, Van Hollen Square Off in First Debates

Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen made their cases to succeed retiring Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski during a spirited debate Friday before more than 200 people at the Greenbelt Volunteer Fire Department station.

Clinton Rolls in Primaries, Prepares for Trump Battle

After the third and final Super Tuesday where she easily claimed victories in Florida, North Carolina and Ohio, Hillary Clinton set her sights squarely on Donald Trump as she seeks to become the first woman president in U.S. history.

Stacey Dash Defends Donald Trump Amid Campaign Violence

Actress and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash has rushed to the aid of Donald Trump amid accusations that the Republican presidential front-runner has stoked violent altercations at recent campaign events, claiming the brash business magnate's "street" persona has been misconstrued.

Prince George's Primary Hopefuls Woo Undecideds at Forum

Dozens of interested Prince George's County voters attended a forum Saturday at Southern Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Temple Hills to hear from candidates for Senate, Congress and Circuit Court judge.

Clinton, Trump Close In on Nominations

If Super Tuesday didn't clarify both the Democratic and Republican presidential field, the encore on March 8 certainly went a long way in sealing the deal on both sides.

Flint Crisis Nearly Lost in Dem Debate

The Democratic debate between Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in Flint, Michigan, on Sunday took a Republican-like turn as the two candidates spent much of the time hurling unsavory accusations, speaking over one another ...

Vincent Gray Officially Begins Bid for D.C. Council Seat

Former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray officially kicked off his bid this weekend to return to the city council, the long-anticipated next step in his political comeback attempt after being recently exonerated in a federal campaign-financing probe.

Clinton, Trump Score Big on Super Tuesday

Hillary Clinton has taken command of the Democratic presidential race after rolling to victory over Bernie Sanders in Texas, Virginia and throughout the South on Super Tuesday.

Black Students Ejected from Trump Rally

A group of about 30 black students attending a Donald Trump campaign rally Monday at Valdosta State University in Georgia said they were ejected by law enforcement officers.

Trump Fears Alienating White Supremacist Voters

In what appeared to be a fear of alienating the xenophobic vote, Donald Trump on Sunday refused to denounce former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke and other white supremacist groups that are fervently supporting his campaign.

Clinton, Sanders Battle for the Black Vote

The first Democratic primary in the South will take place on Feb. 27 in South Carolina, where almost a third of residents are Black, and Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are competing heavily for votes.

Ben Jealous: Sanders Is Qualified to Tackle 'Racism, Militarism and Greed'

Former NAACP President Ben Jealous recently announced his support for the presidential campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders. He is now campaigning to help build the candidate's support among African-Americans and other voters of color.

Hillary Clinton Endorsed by CBC PAC

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton scored a major coup Thursday by earning the endorsement of the Congressional Black Caucus's political action committee, an organization that works to increase the number of African-Americans in the U.S. Congress and offers support to ...

Sanders, Trump Romp to Victory in New Hampshire Primary

After months of vigorous, boastful and — in the case of Donald Trump — vulgar campaigning, New Hampshire voters turned out in record numbers to vote in the nation's first primary.