Two of the nation’s leading Latino politicians weigh in on the state of the Clinton-Kaine campaign. Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Tex., and his twin brother, Julián Castro, who was a potential Hillary Clinton veep pick, predict Donald Trump’s rhetoric on Mexicans…
By PBS NewsHour
New York Times columnist David Brooks, syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report weigh in on how politics in America have changed, as has the rules for both parties. “Hitting the normal Democratic buttons may…
By Daniel Bush, Abbey Oldham
Not long after Hillary Clinton on Tuesday became the first woman in U.S. history to win a major party’s presidential nomination, dozens of Bernie Sanders supporters walked off the convention floor in opposition to her candidacy, briefly overshadowing the moment.
By PBS NewsHour
By Jessica Taylor, NPR
When Joe Biden takes the stage at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night, there is probably a part of him that still wonders, "What if?"…
By Larisa Epatko
Which president was born in Pennsylvania? Who was a Rhodes scholar? Test your knowledge about the presidents in our quiz.
On an issue that we have heard about constantly – immigration – the discussion has been disappointingly limited to extreme proposals -- on one hand, the wall and on the other, a promise of comprehensive immigration reform. That is why…
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