Democratic Presidential Candidates News
Hillary Clinton Admits She Has 'Work To Do' Regarding Voters Who Don't Trust Her
The co-hosts discuss the Democratic presidential candidate's record.
Aide: Clinton Opposed Private Emails Accessible to 'Anybody'
Longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin says in a legal proceeding that Clinton didn't want the private emails that she mixed in with State Department emails on her private computer server to be accessible to "anybody."
The Latest: State Dept: Benghazi Outpost Was No Mistake
The State Department says it was not a mistake to have the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Benghazi and that it hopes to be back in Libya
The Latest: Trump Hires Seasoned Communications Adviser
Donald Trump has hired a top communications consultant who worked on Sen. Ted Cruz' unsuccessful presidential campaign
The Latest: Wendy Davis Calls Abortion Ruling Gratifying End
Wendy Davis says she burst into tears after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down parts of the Texas abortion law that the former Democratic state senator once temporarily blocked with an 11-hour filibuster in 2013
Texas Illegally Curbs Abortion Clinics, Supreme Court Rules
The Supreme Court issued its strongest defense of abortion rights in a quarter century Monday, striking down Texas' widely replicated regulations that sharply reduced the number of abortion clinics in the nation's second most populous state
The Note: The Warren Factor
NOTABLES --CLINTON AND WARREN HIT THE TRAIL IN OHIO: Hillary Clinton hits the campaign trail this morning with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren for their first public appearance together this election, ABC’s JOSH HASKELL and LIZ KREUTZ note. The two will campaign in Cincinnati, Ohio. Warren
Owners Defend Their Choice of AR-Style Firearms
Owners of AR-style firearms again feeling the heat after another mass shooting involving the weapon
Clinton Hits Trump for ‘Bombastic’ Reaction to Brexit
Hillary Clinton today cautioned that the United Kingdom's " Brexit " decision to leave the European Union serves as a "reminder that what happens around the world has consequences that can hit home quickly and affects our lives and our livelihoods." Without mentioning his name, the Democratic