In the first televised debates of this year’s presidential campaign, all candidates present agreed that Russian military forces must be strong. However, they differed on how the nation should achieve this goal. Read Full Article at RT.com
A presidential debate on Russian TV saw the nationalist leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky verbally assaulting socialite-turned-politician Ksenia Sobchak, who responded by pouring a glass of water over her rival. Read Full Article at RT.co...
Since the 2016 presidential election, the gulf between the political left and right has become increasingly dramatic. Issues of gender equality often take center stage in these political debates. In a recent New York Times article, sociologists looked at how the #MeToo movement — focused on sexual harassment and assault — may affect that divide in future […]
Former top CIA agent John Sipher talks election meddling, and we debate Russia's upcoming presidential election.
“In 2012, longtime Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek admitted he would have loved to have been one of the questioners at a presidential debate between President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney,” the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. “During the 2018 election cycle, he’s [...]
#SCOTUS won’t hear No 17-916 Johnson v Comm’n on Presidential Debates dismissing libertarian and green party candidates’ antitrust and First Amendment claims re: attendance at presidential debate — Kimberly Robinson (@KimberlyRobinsn) February 20, 2018
From the transcript of the final debate of the 2016 presidential race when the candidates were asked about Russian president Vladimir Putin trying to influence the U.S. election: CLINTON: Well, that’s because he’d rather have a puppet as president of [...]
California gubernatorial candidate John Cox once compared gay rights with polygamy and sex with animals. Discussing the “homosexual agenda” at a presidential debate more than a decade ago, Cox said that the government should not “sanction”...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — In a Republican presidential debate in the fall of 2015, moderator John Harwood of CNBC asked Donald Trump about some of his more outlandish claims, such as making another country pay for a border wall and enacting huge tax cuts that wouldn’t increase the deficit. “Let’s be honest,” Harwood memorably said. “Is this [...]Show More Summary
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CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's opposition was to huddle on Thursday and debate whether to participate in a controversial April presidential vote despite the barring of its best two candidates and an electoral board favoring President Nicolas Maduro.
The same-sex marriage debate has rocked the predominantly Catholic state's presidential election.
Costa Rica voted Sunday in the first round of the Central American country's presidential election, which was held under the shadow of a divisive debate on gay marriage. A total 13 candidates vied to succeed outgoing President Luis Guillermo Solis, who is constitutionally barred from seeking a second consecutive term. Show More Summary
Voters took to the polls in Costa Rica on Sunday as a same-sex marriage debate rocked the predominantly Catholic state's presidential election.
Costa Rica voted Sunday in the first round of the Central American country's presidential election, which is being buffeted by a debate on gay marriage. A total 13 candidates are vying to succeed outgoing President Luis Guillermo Solis, who is constitutionally barred from seeking a second consecutive term. Show More Summary
Carter Page, a former investment banker and campaign foreign policy adviser for Donald Trump's presidential campaign, is at the center of an intense debate over a classified memo that Republicans say exposes corruption at the highest...Show More Summary
Costa Rican voters are to cast ballots Sunday in the first stage of presidential elections that are being buffeted by a debate on gay marriage in the relatively well-off Central American nation. A total 13 candidates are vying to succeed outgoing President Luis Guillermo Solis, who is constitutionally barred from seeking a second consecutive term. Show More Summary
SAN JOSE (Reuters) - A debate over gay marriage has upturned Costa Rica's presidential race, giving ammunition to conservative frontrunners ahead of Sunday's vote and challenging the Central American country's image as a progressive bastion.
President Donald Trump loves talking about “clean coal.” He talked about it as a candidate, claiming in a presidential debate in October of 2016 that “there is a thing called clean coal.” He’s talked about it a bunch as president, often calling it “beautiful, clean coal.” In his first State of the Union address, he […]