More than 100 black candidates will be on the ballot in statewide and congressional races next month, a post-Reconstruction record that some observers say is a byproduct of Barack Obama's historic presidency. At least 83 black Republicans and Democrats are running for the House, a modern era high, according to political scientist David Bositis, who has tracked black politicians for years.
In an interview with Fusion reporter Nando Rodriguez-Villa, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says Congress will never authorize slave reparations for African Americans and he does not support it. He prefers to focus resources on investing in impoverished communities.
Hillary Clinton on Her Health and Recovery from Pneumonia
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton talks to Jimmy about how she tried and failed to power through getting sick and the perspective she gained from taking a break from her campaign. (The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)
Hillary Clinton Rallies for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Has Surprise Encounter
First Bill, now Hillary. Both Clintons have made it to Maryland to rally support for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's bid for governor, but the former first lady and Secretary of State's visit didn't quite go as planned.
Montel Williams: Rep. Tom Coburn 'Disgraces' Veterans by Blocking Bill
Tom Coburn's final act as a U.S. senator hurts thousands of veterans by blocking a bill to help suicide prevention. Ed Schultz is joined by Montel Williams who gives an impassioned plea for the need for Congress to help our veterans.
Colin Powell: Cuba 'Still a Terrible Regime' but Restoring Diplomatic Relations Good
Former President George W. Bush supported the economic embargo on Cuba, as did his Secretary of State Colin Powell. The retired army general joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss Obama's plans to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Sanders And Clinton Too Close to Call in Iowa Caucus
Locked in what's become a neck-and-neck primary battle, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders made frantic, last-minute appeals to Iowa voters in the final hours before Monday night's caucuses. Clinton and Sanders face Iowa voters in equally precarious positions nine months after launching their campaigns. Clinton, a long-time front runner, now faces the possibility of dual losses in Iowa and New Hampshire, where she trails the Vermont senator.
Katrina Pierson on Wendy Davis: 'The Democrat Party Sure Knows How To Pick 'Em'
Katrina Pierson (R-TX) Candidate for U.S. Congress, joins Fox & Friends Weekend to discuss her take over the blurred lines of detail reality on the Texas State Senator, Wendy Davis bio with FNC's Tucker Carlson.