Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both lead their competitors in Tuesday's presidential primary race in Wisconsin, but they may face significant obstacles in the battle for the nomination, which comes in just three months, according to The Associated Press.
Recent rallies and events in The Big Apple show that not all of the Vermont Senator's supporters are white men.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton adamantly refuted the accusation that she accepted donations from the fossil fuel industry at an event in Purchase, New York.
If all holds, Sanders could take home 60 plus delegates and cut Clinton's lead down to 20 percent, but he still has a long battle ahead.
As Hillary Clinton inches closer to gaining the Democratic Party's nomination for president of the United States, the nation's current leader made a weighty appeal on the former first lady's behalf. At a dinner last Friday, President Barack Obama appealed to donors at the private to rally around Clinton, The New York Times reports.
As NewsOne reported Tuesday, after losing his home state of Florida, Sen. Marco Rubio decided to suspend his campaign. Republican front-runner Donald Trump won primary elections in Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina, but suffered a huge loss in Ohio to Governor John Kasich.
When asked by Terina Allen, the sister of Sam Dubose -- a Black man fatally shot by former University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing during a traffic stop last year -- about police accountability, Sanders insisted that institutional racism police reform would be priority if he were to become president.
Plus, SNL hilariously spoofs Trump and Carson, Sanders' camp claps back at Clinton for health care remarks and NYPD officer loses his badge after pulling his gun on an unarmed man in the Bronx.