After one of his toughest weeks on the campaign trail, Donald Trump hoped to refocus the conversation by delivering a major economic speech at the Detroit Economic Club in Michigan Monday. “The idea that [the speech] is going to completely … Continued
Donald Trump made history as the first presidental candidate to announce a running mate on his favorite social media platform, Twitter.
“We’re at a pivotal moment right now, and I think that’s why you’ve seen more Republicans than ever breaking with the gun lobby,” Senator Chris Murphy told Ari Rabin-Havt during a special SiriusXM Progress forum on gun violence in Washington, … Continued
“If not for the cell phone video, I don’t think that much would have come out of this,” Edmond Jordan, the family attorney of Alton Sterling, told Mark Thompson. “The story would have been simply that he reached for a gun, … Continued
“By sitting in, we’re really standing up for the rest of America,” Rep. John Lewis, an iconic civil rights figure, declared Thursday after ending the nearly 26-hour sit-in on the floor of the House of Representatives. Lewis led the charge … Continued
The Fourth of July is more than just an excuse to dust off the grill and shoot off some fireworks. A true American honors the day for its historical significance and will no doubt have seen all of the patriotic movies the … Continued
“It’s not over.” The ongoing fight for LGBT rights in the United States and the continuing struggle for equality has been reignited in the media following the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. “It’s yet another attack on a LGBT space, a … Continued
“Tonight caps an amazing journey — a long, long journey,” Hillary Clinton declared in front of a crowd filled with supporters and her entire Brooklyn campaign staff. Tuesday night, the final six states held their primaries (Washington, D.C. votes on June … Continued