Congressional Black Caucus News
Emotions Run High on Capitol Hill After Dallas Shooting
Members of Congress struggled today to come to grips with the overnight shooting in Dallas that killed five law enforcement officers, the latest attack in a string of violent episodes that have touched off a divisive gun control debate on Capitol Hill between Democrats and Republicans. "This has
Nevada Democratic Caucus Results Are Coming In
Preliminary entrance data shows who is showing up to vote in the Nevada Democratic Caucus.
Democratic Debate Strategy for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
Both candidates hoping to grab minority and young voters as they head to Nevada and South Carolina.
Hillary Clinton Endorsement Exposes Divide Among Black Democrats
The political arm of the Congressional Black Caucus formally endorsed Hillary Clinton today, a move that quickly came under fire from one of the few lawmakers on Capitol Hill supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders ' presidential bid. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., one of two members of Congress to endorse
John Lewis Speaks About Bernie Sanders' Civil Right Activism
Lewis spoke at the Congressional black Caucus political action committee's press conference announcing endorsement of Hillary Clinton.
Bernie Sanders Looking Ahead to More Diverse Electorate
Bernie Sanders met with Rev. Al Sharpton Wednesday in New York in an apparent move to diversify his voting base, which may become crucial as the campaign moves into South Carolina. "Sanders very much needs to up his game among blacks and Hispanics if he's going to win in the more diverse states
The Note: Democratic Fight Night in Wisconsin
NOTABLES --SANDERS AND CLINTON GET READY TO RUMBLE: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will share a stage tonight at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for their sixth debate of the campaign. The two are meeting for the first time since the New Hampshire primary and Iowa caucuses in a debate
The Note: Clinton, Sanders Spar Over Electability
NOTABLES --A SCUFFLE IN SIN CITY: All three Democratic candidates met onstage in Las Vegas last night, and while each took turns attacking Republicans, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton also saved subtle jabs for each other. The two sparred over the issue of who would fare best in a general
Can Jeb Bush Help the GOP Win Minority Voters?
It was a rare streak of anger for the normally even-keeled Jeb Bush. "I'll campaign in the African American communityI'm going to campaign in Latino communities and, yes Mr. Trump, if I'm asked a question in Spanish I might answer in Spanish. I apologize. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard,"