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Minneapolis shooting brings unwelcome attention to Somalis
An unarmed Australian woman's fatal shooting by a Minneapolis police officer who is a Somali-American has turned an unwelcome spotlight on the city's Somali community
The Latest: Minneapolis mayor: 'I will not be resigning'
Despite calls from protesters for her to step down, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges says she will not be resigning
Somalis in Minneapolis on defensive after police shooting
The killing of an unarmed Australian woman by a Minneapolis police officer who is a Somali-American has turned an unwelcome spotlight on the city's beleaguered Somali community, where many again find themselves on the defensive
Protesters and supporters gather ahead of Rep. Leonard Lance's town hall
ABC News' Charli James talks to people gathered outside of the event in Branchburg, NJ.
Why Trump's Appointment of Steve Bannon Has Raised So Many Alarms
Critics of Steve Bannon -- Donald Trump ’s campaign CEO, who is now senior counselor to the president-elect -- have accused him of peddling or being complicit in white supremacy, anti-Semitism and sexism in the articles published on the alt-right website he oversees, Breitbart, as well as in
Donald Trump's Sizable Lead Among White Male Voters Increases
A new general election poll has Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton with a slight lead over Donald Trump in a general election matchup, but the presumptive Republican nominee continues to excel among while male voters. The Quinnipiac University poll released today has Trump leading among both
Michele Bachmann Takes a ‘Swipe’ at Clinton Over NYC Subway Snafu
Former congresswoman and Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is schooling Hillary Clinton after the Democratic presidential candidate struggled to enter a New York City subway station Thursday. Bachmann tweeted a video Friday from New York, showing Clinton how to "do the subway
Twitter Educates Ted Cruz on 'New York Values'
Twitter had a strong message for Ted Cruz last night: Don't mess with New York. At the Republican debate in South Carolina, Cruz attacked his main rival, Donald Trump , for his "New York values." "Everyone understands that the values in New York City are socially liberal or pro-abortion or pro-gay
Why 2015 Was A Year of Political Firsts
A toast to another year coming to an end, and what a year it has been. In 2015, America saw the normalization of U.S.- Cuba relations, a brand-new House Speaker, a whopping 17 people declare their candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination , and a Bush and a Clinton once again enter the
Ted Cruz Gaining on Donald Trump in GOP Race
While Donald Trump seizes the headlines for his controversial comments about Hillary Clinton and his proposal to ban Muslims, his chief rival in the Republican presidential field, Sen. Ted Cruz, has quietly but steadily been gaining on the real estate mogul by engaging in relentless retail