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For Dems, a triumph of etiquette

By most accounts, Hillary Clinton turned in a command performance at the first Democratic presidential debate Tuesday. But Democrats had other reasons to feel good about the night.

Trump: Democrats pulled punches in ‘gentle’ debate

Top Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday chided his potential rivals for pulling their punches against front-runner Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Party's first presidential debate.

Raising funds on Sanders’ fire

Everyone's tired of hearing about Hillary Clinton's emails. Even her rival Bernie Sanders.

On debate stage, Democratic candidates say Black Lives Matter

Democratic presidential hopefuls discuss racism and the justice system during the first debate.

Trump, man of the people

Donald Trump boasts his ability to bring people together.

Activist Shaun King is weighing Sanders endorsement

The nod from King could help Sanders boost his visibility with voters of color.

Hillary Clinton just met with Black Lives Matter activists

Hillary Clinton met with Black Lives Matters activists on Friday, according to tweets and video posted by a member of the movement.

Presidential hopefuls react to McCarthy drop out

McCarthy, once widely seen as the presumptive heir to the speaker throne, announced he would no longer seek the position as speaker of the House.

Marco Rubio, Senate-hater

Rubio's barely disguised disgust for the legislature may not help him make the argument that he is better prepared for the White House than its current occupant.

Clinton to Republican presidential hopefuls: Read my book

Hillary Clinton sent copies of her book “Hard Choices” to Republican presidential candidates after several of them said they didn’t know what she'd done as secretary of state.

No-show Rubio? Dems blast presidential candidate for missing vote

Marco Rubio missed a vote to set annual spending policy for the U.S. military and the Department of Defense.

Cloth napkins, candlelight and confidence: Biden lunches with Obama

Would Biden and Obama talk about Biden’s pending decision on whether to jump into the Democratic 2016 presidential race?

Fiorina’s feminism comes to the fore

Carly Fiorina told a rotary luncheon that feminism meant: "That every woman, regardless of her circumstances, has the opportunity to live the life she chooses."

Clinton’s call for gun crackdown lifts firearm manufacturers

Clinton's anti-gun comments gave a boost to shares of firearm manufacturers.

Gay rights group shows love for Biden, keeps a special spot for Hillary

Hillary Clinton still has plenty of fans at the influential gay rights organization, the Human Rights Campaign.

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