Fox News is trying to sweeten the pot to get the Democratic presidential debate in California by offering Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and the DNC any weeknight they want, excluding Friday or Saturday nights, for the California debate.
After her outstanding performance at the South Carolina Democratic forum in November 2015, liberals and Democrats have been urging for Rachel Maddow to moderate a presidential debate. They have finally gotten their wish as Maddow will be co-moderator of the just added New Hampshire debate.
In contrast to the mess that was the latest Republican debate on Fox Business, Democrats have staged a great issue filled debate on NBC.
Despite all the evidence he is 100% correct about the connection between climate change and terrorism, Noonan thinks Sanders sounds "daffy"
Watch Secretary Hillary Clinton's strong opening to the Democratic debate in Iowa Saturday evening set the stage for her powerful performance on national security and domestic issues.
Do you remember the GOP’s password for their last debate? For the Republicans as we all know, the Benghazi hoax, the whole election process so far, has been about stopping Hillary Clinton. They couldn’t be any clearer about this:
The Fox & Friends crew loves handouts to the wealthy but spend to help working class Americans and all they see are freebies to buy votes
Mike Huckabee blasted a racist tweet about Koreans out during the Democratic debate.
A popular storyline in the mainstream media after the Democratic debate is centered around how Hillary Clinton righted her campaign with a strong debate performance, but the reality is that Clinton has been trending upwards for weeks, and her campaign was never sinking.
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Jeb Bush are very upset because Sen. Bernie Sanders refused to do their dirty work for them by attacking Hillary Clinton for her use of private email.
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton clashed early in the Democratic debate with a contrast in how they view capitalism.
A new Morning Consult national poll found that 54 percent of Democratic voters support Clinton, with 22 percent backing Sanders.
During an interview on MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell reports, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) got warmed up for the upcoming Democratic debate by contrasting his consistent positions on Keystone XL and TPP with Hillary Clinton's recent adoptions of popular Democratic positions.
Democratic candidates and voters are expressing their anger and disappointment over the announced schedule of six primary debates.