With more than 291 delegates up for grabs in New York in the Democratic presidential primary next week, front-runner Hillary Clinton and rival Bernie Sanders held dueling rallies Wednesday in the hopes of winning Tuesday's early voting race, reports BBC.
The bitter rhetoric came a day after Clinton's crushing loss to Sanders in the Wisconsin primary, where he collected more delegates in the race for the White House. The language also intensified as they inch closer to the New York primary on April 19.
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will meet for a debate in New York on CNN and NY1 on April 14, just five days before the state's critical primary election, where 291 Democratic delegates are at stake.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton adamantly refuted the accusation that she accepted donations from the fossil fuel industry at an event in Purchase, New York.
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.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders claimed victories in Democratic presidential caucuses Saturday in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii, scooping up key delegates in the primary race against front-runner Hillary Clinton.
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.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders declined to call Republican front-runner Donald Trump a racist when asked the question during a debate Wednesday at Miami Dade College in Miami, Florida. But they hammered away at his racist and xenophobic rhetoric.
This Sunday at 8/7c, TV One and CNN will host the Ohio Democratic Presidential Town Hall helmed by NewsOne Now's Roland Martin and CNN's Jake Tapper at Ohio State University's Mershon Auditorium.
At the top of a heated Democratic presidential primary debate on Sunday in Michigan, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders called on the state's Republican Gov. Rick Snyder to resign amid the Flint water crisis.
CNN projected Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to win the South Carolina primary Saturday, beating Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
African-American voters expect their presidential candidate to at least talk about the issues that face our community. Unfortunately, we are not hearing much from Democratic presidential candidates, and absolutely nothing of substance from the Republican candidates. If the African-American vote is so precious and sought after, why aren’t presidential candidates using these issues as an opportunity to connect with […]