• Black Lives Matter Activists Looking For More From Bernie Sanders

    Some argue the candidate needs to move beyond one example, and talk about structural racism — like Elizabeth Warren did. His campaign says Sanders is the real deal. “He definitely doesn't have all the answers and he'll tell you that, but he is willing to have the conversations...that speaks to the idea of the political revolution."

  • Supreme Court Skeptical Of Judges' Role In Florida Death Sentencing

    Justices question Florida’s laws, which state that a judge independently must make the decision to impose a death sentence after a jury’s "advisory" recommendation — which is reached through a majority, not unanimous, vote.

  • Read 19-Year-Old Mike Huckabee Slamming Racists In His 1973 Column

    "I don’t think a person can be totally sold out to Christ until he has resolved all of his racial prejudice."

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    Poll: Do You Know Who This Man Is?

    Hint: He was a governor and a U.S. senator.

  • High Court Split On Whether It Even Can Hear Juvenile Sentencing Case Now

    Much of the time in Tuesday's arguments in Henry Montgomery's case — which challenges a mandatory life sentence he received for a murder he committed at 17 — was spent on arguments over whether the justices could even hear the case.

  • Mike Huckabee: "War On Cops" Is Causing Surge In Crime

    Huckabee blames "anti-cop riots" in Baltimore and vilification of the police for upticks in crime.

  • Cruz: Senate Democrats Support Releasing "Illegal Aliens" Who Are "Murderers And Rapists"

    "It does not make sense to be releasing murderers and rapists and yet sadly Senate democrats are willing to stand in pure party line vote in support of doing just that.”

  • Ben Carson: Same-Sex Marriage Leads To Plural Marriage, "And On It Goes From There"

    "If you change the definition of marriage for one group what defense do you have for the next group that comes along and wants it changed."

  • Justices To Address If Juvenile Sentencing Ruling Applies To Old Convictions

    The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday over the effects of a 2012 decision ending automatic life without parole sentences for juveniles. The case is one of several criminal law issues to be considered by the justices in the court's new term.

  • Hillary Clinton Taunts Donald Trump Outside Trump's Hotel

    The former Secretary of State was a surprise guest at a protest outside the Trump by the Culinary Workers of America Las Vegas local.

  • Texas Appeals Court Halts Scheduled Execution Amid Misconduct Claims

    The Nov. 3 scheduled execution of Julius Murphy is on hold indefinitely.

  • Republican Candidates Work To Win Over Mitt's Mormon Army In Nevada

    Mormons made up 25% of the Republican caucusgoers in 2008 and 2012, as Mitt Romney organized and jumpstarted a massive new political group in Nevada. This time, Rubio, Jeb, and Rand are making overtures to the group that could sway the results of the fourth presidential state.

  • Top Hillary Clinton Ally Makes The Case Against Bernie Sanders

    Ahead of the first Democratic debate, David Brock casts Clinton as the party's "real progressive" with “real plans that work” in a speech delivered in San Francisco.

  • Ted Cruz: U.S. Will Stop Taking Syrian Refugees "Immediately If I’m Elected President"

    "It is lunacy for President Obama to be bringing people into this country who are coming here to commit jihad and murder innocent Americans."

  • Ben Carson: "You Could Guess That We're Getting Closer To" The End Of Days

    "You do have people who have a belief system that sees this apocalyptic phenomenon occurring, and that they're a part of it, and who would not hesitate to use nuclear weapons if they gain, possessing [sic] of them."

  • Jeb Bush: Early Intervention For Mental Illness Key To Ending Gun Violence

    "And people that live in isolation, they go on the internet, they live their lives there, they get deeply disturbed, and then they get worse, and they commit these atrocious acts — there should be some intervention earlier."

  • Fiorina Takes Aim At Biden: "Smears Everyone In The Republican Party In A Terrible Way"

    "Joe Biden appears very popular with the Democrat Party right now if you look at the polls but of course it's often the case with a professional politician right before they get in the ring is the height of their popularity."

  • Why Hillary Clinton Doesn't Sweat

    Ever. "I was constructed in a garage in Palo Alto a very long time ago."

  • Hillary Clinton On The Demands Of Campaigning: "It’s Not Easy"

    In an interview with Another Round, a BuzzFeed podcast, Clinton describes — in some of her more revealing comments of the election cycle on the subject — the public perception of herself as a candidate and the rigor of the campaign trail.

  • Hillary Clinton On Capitol Hill Sexism: Some Men "Were Just Troubling"

    "Yes, I have," Clinton said, when asked if she's ever wanted to tell a sexist male colleague to "go fuck himself," as Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand put it last year.

  • Clinton: America, Including The Black Community, Wanted Tough-On-Crime Policies In The ‘90s

    In an interview with BuzzFeed's Another Round, Hillary Clinton discussed Black Lives Matter, black America, and the prison system — some of the issues that force the candidate to square the politics of the past with those of the present day.

  • Former Benghazi Committee Investigator Says Panel Is Out To Get Hillary Clinton

    "The victims' families are not going to get the truth and that's the most unfortunate thing about this," the former investigator said.

  • Hillary Clinton To Speak At U.S. Hispanic Chamber Event After Donald Trump Pulls Out

    After a feud with Donald Trump, the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has found itself a replacement headliner, as it finally gets Hillary Clinton to sit down with the group. Clinton will also be receiving the endorsement of HUD Secretary Julian Castro in San Antonio.

  • Ohio Insists It Can Import Execution Drug Legally, After FDA Said It Couldn't

    The FDA warned Ohio in June that importing the execution drug, sodium thiopental, would be illegal. Friday, Ohio pushed back, saying there should be a legal way to do it.

  • Rand Paul On Bernie Sanders: Nothing "Sexy Or Cool" About Socialism

    "[It] wasn't an accident that Stalin killed millions of people or Mao Zedong killed millions of people."

  • Sources: Julian Castro Is Endorsing Hillary Clinton For President Next Week In San Antonio

    The HUD secretary, who is often discussed as a potential vice presidential pick should Clinton make it to the general election, will make the announcement next week in San Antonio.