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Bernie Sanders Talks New York Primary Loss While Campaigning in Pennsylvania
Two days after the New York primary, Bernie Sanders was campaigning in Pennsylvania when he took a moment to reflect on his nearly 20-point loss to Hillary Clinton . “We just had a Democratic primary in New York State,” Sanders told supporters in Scranton, Penn., who booed this reference. "I share
Judge Rules Montana Legislator Can Remain in Office
A judge has ruled a Montana legislator can remain in office after a jury found the lawmaker took illegal corporate contributions during his 2010 primary election campaign
Bernie Sanders’ Trip to Rome: Pushes for a 'Moral Economy,' Mobbed by Fans Outside Vatican Walls
Fresh from Thursday night’s Democratic debate, Bernie Sanders landed in Rome today to speak at a Vatican-hosted conference. In his speech to the conference, hosted by the Pontifical Academy of Social Science, the Vermont senator focused on the “urgency of a moral economy.” “The issue of wealth and
Hillary Clinton Delivers Remarks on 'Super Saturday'
The Democratic candidate continues to lead her opponent Bernie Sanders in delegates.
The Note: O Brother, Where Art Thou?
NOTABLES --JEB, GEORGE AND THE POWER OF BROTHERLY LOVE: You don’t see this every day: Former President George W. Bush is hitting the campaign trail in his first public appearance on behalf of his brother Jeb in 2016. The former president has largely avoided politics since leaving the White House,
Bernie Sanders Hopes President Obama Nominates Replacement for Scalia 'As Soon As Possible'
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders hopes President Obama nominates a replacement “as soon as possible” for U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia , who died in Texas Saturday. “President Obama, in my view, should make that nomination,” Sanders said on ABC's “This
Hillary Clinton Open to Appointing Obama to the Supreme Court
Clinton responds to question about appointing President Obama to Supreme Court at Iowa Rally.
Bernie Sanders Doubles Down on Critique of Hillary Clinton's Speaking Fees
During a one-on-one interview with ABC News today in Columbia, South Carolina, Bernie Sanders stood by and escalated his attacks on Hillary Clinton over her taking speaking fees from corporate banks. The Vermont senator had just finished arguing he was “not into personal attacks and mean-spirited
Bernie Sanders Doubles Down On Critique of Hillary Clinton's Speaking Fees
In an interview with ABC News in South Carolina, Sanders stood by his attacks he made on Secretary Clinton during the fourth Democratic presidential debate.