This is the perfect interview to get started with if you're not familiar with the junior U.S. senator of Vermont.
Recent rallies and events in The Big Apple show that not all of the Vermont Senator's supporters are white men.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was left off the ballot for the upcoming Washington, D.C. primary because of a registration error by the district's Democratic Party, but the chairwoman is confident the candidate would appear on the slate, reports CNN Politics.
If all holds, Sanders could take home 60 plus delegates and cut Clinton's lead down to 20 percent, but he still has a long battle ahead.
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders walked out of an on-camera interview yesterday when he a reporter started grilling him about his wife. Reports say the question was about Sanders’ wife Jane having a meeting with an outspoken racist in Arizona. Check out what his response was here. [Gawker] Earlier this week, a power cable inside Washington D.C’s […]
"I remember people talking about how somehow this was going to solve all our racial problems. I wasn’t one of those who subscribed to that notion," the president said.
As Hillary Clinton inches closer to gaining the Democratic Party's nomination for president of the United States, the nation's current leader made a weighty appeal on the former first lady's behalf. At a dinner last Friday, President Barack Obama appealed to donors at the private to rally around Clinton, The New York Times reports.
Hillary Clinton is no stranger to being asked her stance on prison reform. During the most recent democratic debate she nearly found herself at a loss for words when confronted by a man that had spent 39 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit.
When asked by Terina Allen, the sister of Sam Dubose -- a Black man fatally shot by former University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing during a traffic stop last year -- about police accountability, Sanders insisted that institutional racism police reform would be priority if he were to become president.