Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s political news, including President Trump’s comments about willingness to accept foreign opposition research, the status of election security legislation, candidate lineups for…
Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday returned to Brooklyn, his birthplace, for the first rally of his second presidential campaign and sought to tie his working-class background to his populist views that are helping reshape the Democratic Party.
By Juana Summers, Associated Press
Presidential elections give teachers a chance to engage students in lessons about the electoral process, but some of the behavior exhibited during this primary season has posed a challenge for teachers.
By Justin Christensen
With Hillary Clinton as front-runner for the Democratic nomination, the possibility of a female president is closer than ever. But Clinton is far from the first woman to shoot for the Oval Office. In her new book, “The Highest Glass…
By PBS NewsHour
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Donald Trump is a brash New Yorker who knows the path to the Republican presidential nomination runs through a swath of Southern states where residents pride themselves on graciousness and gentility.
By Online DA
There have been winners and losers in every presidential election. The suspense of Election Day builds as the votes are tallied. Here are some of those presidential candidates at moments when they discover they have won or lost the U.S.
In an interview, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she claims responsibility for the consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya. Meanwhile, echoing claims made by Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan on the campaign trail, congressional Republicans chastised the White House…
After Denver Duel, Mitt Romney and President Obama Continue to Spar…
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