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Carson hurled his latest attack against Blacks and abortion during an appearance Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press, where he compared women who terminate their pregnancies to "slave owners."

After months of being on the defensive, Hillary Clinton on Thursday fended off 11 hours of hostile questioning from Republicans looking into the Benghazi attacks on Sept. 11, 2012--and, in the process, demonstrated a temperament that was nothing short of presidential.

Ending months of speculation, Vice President Joe Biden announced that he will not be seeking the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. He was flanked by his wife Jill Biden and accompanied by President Barack Obama.

During a speech Saturday at the Alabama Democratic Conference in Birmingham, Alabama, Hillary Clinton condemned the governor's plan to close 31 driver’s license offices.

One thing Joe Biden apparently does not have to worry about when considering jumping in the race is a campaign apparatus, thanks to the Draft Biden 2016 Super-PAC, which has garnered 200,000 signatures from voters urging him to run for president.

The Democratic debate was full of noteworthy moments, but it was Sanders who won the loudest applause when he slammed the media for its constant chatter about a scandal dogging his opponent: Clinton's use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state.

PolitickerOne: 5 Democratic 2016 presidential hopefuls will square off Tuesday night at the party's first debate.

The shade: Charlie Rangel tweeted of photo drinking a smoothie while watching the chaos after Kevin McCarthy quit the speaker race.

President Obama was able to mobilize youth voters of color in unprecedented numbers through hip-hop and other venues. Can the 2016 presidential candidates do the same?

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is expected to unveil an ambitious plan to tackle gun violence.

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69% percent of American voters oppose shutting down the government over Planned Parenthood, according to new poll results.