Bernie Sanders has picked up a key endorsement as one of the nation’s most influential labor leaders has announced his support for the Democratic presidential candidate.
President Obama put a stake through the heart of Scott Walker’s chances of winning the White House by exposing the Walker’s record of economic failure to a national audience.
PoliticusUSA recently caught with MSNBC’s Ed Schultz, who offered some interesting reasons why Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is surging in the polls.
President Obama delivered an epic speech in La Crosse, Wisconsin where he both celebrated his administration’s successes while dropping numerous fact bombs on his Republican critics.
Conservatives are outraged that George Takei got so mad after Justice Clarence Thomas said slaves had “dignity” that he likened the sitting justice to being a clown in blackface.
The Bernie Sanders presidential campaign announced that Sen. Sanders has raised $15 million from 250,000 Americans since April 30. The Sanders message is spreading, and supporters are opening up their wallets to take their country back.
President Obama’s economy has added 12.8 million private sector jobs over 64 straight months of job growth, extending the longest streak on record.
The facility where 12 people shot in 2013 is on lockdown again after reports of a shooting on the second floor of the building.
PoliticusUSA shot exclusive video of the crowd as Bernie Sanders announced that he had made history and attracted the biggest crowd of any 2016 presidential candidate.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke before the largest crowd drawn by any candidate in 2016 and used his platform to completely annihilate Republican Gov. Scott Walker in his own backyard.
PoliticusUSA is reporting that record-breaking crowd of 10,000-13,000 is filling up the venue and outside at Bernie Sanders’ rally in Madison, Wisconsin.
In the latest batch of emails that were released by the State Department, Hillary Clinton expresses hope that a friend becomes a Fox News regular because their shows need “at least one sane realistic voice.”
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has set a record by raising more money than any other primary candidate’s first quarter in history.
Macy’s has reacted to Donald Trump’s racist comments about Mexicans and Latinos by dropping all Trump merchandise from their stores.
A business leader enraged by House Republicans letting the Ex-Im bank charter expire for the first time in 81 years said, “They really don’t have a clue what they’re doing or the damage they’re going to inflict on small businesses in America by closing the Ex-Im bank.”
President Obama added another piece of history to his already historic week by announcing a deal to reopen the U.S. embassy in Cuba.
On the deadline day for quarterly presidential fundraising, Bernie Sanders ripped presidential candidates in both parties while calling for the overturning of Citizens United.
The protesters gathered outside of Chris Christie’s presidential campaign launch demonstrated more enthusiasm than the rest of the country has for the New Jersey governor’s presidential candidacy.
The long-term problems at Fox News were exposed as CNN beat Fox News among the key age 25-54 demo for four straight days last week.
A new CNN/ORC poll has found that President Obama’s approval rating has jumped to a two-year high after a big week that saw two Supreme Court rulings go his way, legislative success, and a stirring eulogy in Charleston.