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Thursday, Julián Castro, the only Latino in the race, called it quits.
By Paul J. Weber, Corey Williams, Associated Press
In our news wrap Thursday, the Democratic presidential primary field narrowed again as Julián Castro dropped out. The former Obama housing secretary, the only Latino still in the race, had failed to make headway in polls or in fundraising. Also,…
Former Obama housing secretary Julián Castro is ending his run for president.
By Paul J. Weber, Associated Press
Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro told NewsHour Weekend on Saturday that his campaign has been about the most vulnerable Americans, “people that are often cast aside and marginalized.” The former Housing and Urban Development secretary joins Yamiche Alcindor to discuss…
By PBS NewsHour
By Judy Woodruff
Julián Castro was mayor of San Antonio when he delivered the keynote address at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Under President Obama, he headed the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and today he’s one of 17 contenders for the…
By Associated Press
Castro was the first candidate on Tuesday's 2020 Democratic primary debate stage to raise last weekend's shooting death of Atatiana Jefferson, killed in Castro's home state of Texas after a neighbor called 911 requesting a welfare check on her Fort…
By Lisa Desjardins
As the Democratic presidential candidates angled for attention in Iowa, new polling suggested a shifting political reality. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has stepped into first place in that state, over former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders. For candidates…
At least two Democratic presidential candidates are calling for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in the face of a new, uninvestigated, allegation of sexual impropriety when he was in college.
On Thursday night, the top 10 Democratic presidential candidates faced off on a debate stage for the first time, in Houston. The extended debate duration -- three hours instead of two -- enabled longer, more in-depth policy explanations. For the…
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