Sanders: I'll Vote for Clinton, But No Endorsement Yet

Sen. Bernie Sanders said Friday he will vote for Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton in the November general election, stressing that the ultimate goal now is to beat presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Social Media: Trayon White's Secret Weapon

How can a candidate with a smaller campaign and who has once lost before to the opponent somehow win his second time? Trayon White says it's happened because he successfully connected with the public on a more personal level.

Incumbents Lose Big in D.C. Council Primary

Vincent Gray continued a stunning, Marion Barry-like political comeback Tuesday, unseating Ward 7 Council member and former protégé Yvette Alexander in the D.C. Democratic primary election.

D.C. Races Intrigue on Eve of Election Day

The District will head into Tuesday's municipal elections with a host of interesting candidates and races taking center stage.

Sanders Falls Short in D.C., But Still Beloved By Many

With his pathway to the White House all but closed, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders kept his promise to continue his bid through the D.C. primary election, though District voters ultimately sided with rival Hillary Clinton.

Howard U. Alum Kamala Harris Wins Calif. Senate Primary

California Attorney General and Howard University alumna Kamala Harris won the state's Senate primary election Tuesday, setting up a showdown with fellow Democrat Loretta Sanchez in a November runoff.

Hillary Clinton: Primary Victory Is 'Milestone'

With Tuesday's wins, Hillary Clinton can now focus on healing a somewhat divided Democratic Party while appealing to those who supported Bernie Sanders with the hope of persuading them to now support her.

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.