How will American politicians and presidential candidates address the migrant crisis going on in Europe? Judy Woodruff checks in with Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR about the state of the presidential race, including Sen. Bernie Sanders’ momentum in New Hampshire and Iowa and President Obama’s criticism of anti-union GOP candidates on Labor Day. Continue reading
Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday she does not need to apologize for using a private email account and server while at the State Department because “what I did was allowed.”
Showing solidarity with workers on Labor Day, President Barack Obama will sign an executive order Monday requiring paid sick leave for employees of federal contractors, including 300,000 who currently receive none.
By the standard that voters typically use to judge presidential candidates, Donald Trump probably should not have survived his first day in the 2016 race. Continue reading
With new backpacks, pens and pencils and clothes, millions of children are back in school or heading there after summer vacation. Many are excited, some are anxious – and still waiting for the results of the new tests they took last spring aligned to the Common Core academic standards. Continue reading
Donald Trump has turned the do’s and don’ts of campaigns on their head, prospering with tactics that could sink anyone else. Continue reading
Ohio voters report that the Republican primary is wide open, even as Trump holds steady atop early polls. There’s little interest in establishment candidates such as former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, and a surprising lack of energy for Ohio’s own governor, John Kasich. Continue reading
Actress Sally Field and author Stephen King are among luminaries set to receive a National Medal of Arts or a National Humanities Medal from President Barack Obama. Continue reading