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He's been a huge, positive influence on the primary. But maybe Sanders would do more from outside the Oval Office
While Republicans devour each other whole, Democrats face an identity crisis of their own. Thomas Frank explains
Watch as Clinton steps away from being calm, cool, and collected
State on verge of passing bill legalizing discrimination against LGBT people and anyone who has non-marital sex
"What other option does a person like me have," California Senate candidate Mike Beitiks asks
Republicans hoped to enforce blanket obstruction of Obama's Supreme Court nominee, but defections are multiplying
The female co-hosts had quite a bit of difficulty explaining their rationale for discriminating, but were adamant
Bernie shot back; the activist said "I was genuinely shocked," insisting Clinton "needs to stop taking that money"
Coulter is "testy" with Trump, but thinks he could beat Democrats by "slightly increasing the white vote"
"If someone asks a gay marriage question" Bolling said, "just say 'I really want to stay on what matters most'"
The religious right and Brownback acolytes in the state legislature seem determined to destroy all decency
The Post resorts to a stupid sexist joke about Clinton, showing that election year gender battles are just starting
The network noted in a statement that contra Trump's claims, the interview was not edited, but aired in entirety
Trump was rebuked for proposing that women who get illegal abortions be punished. That's actually already happening
Of particular concern is his inability to offer consistent positions when any subject related to women is raised
It shouldn't surprise that an unreconstructed misogynist has trouble with women voters. But it should scare GOPers
Donald Trump's cratering popularity could help Ted Cruz snag the nomination, but he has glaring weaknesses too
While the media wonders how it contributed to Trump's rise, he continues to outrage and dominate the news
Gov. Bentley of Alabama shows his sexist side, refusing to resign while his alleged mistress loses her job
"Trump talks about issues in the vague way middle schoolers give reports on books they haven't read"