Bernie Sanders

In their eighth meeting, Clinton and Sanders sounded off on deportations, health care and who will really get things done in The White House.

Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders declined to call Republican front-runner Donald Trump a racist when asked the question during a debate Wednesday at Miami Dade College in Miami, Florida. But they hammered away at his racist and xenophobic rhetoric.

This Sunday at 8/7c, TV One and CNN will host the Ohio Democratic Presidential Town Hall helmed by NewsOne Now's Roland Martin and CNN's Jake Tapper at Ohio State University's Mershon Auditorium.

Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders met face-to-face in Flint, Michigan for a presidential debate this weekend, and the two candidates clearly attempted to separate themselves from one another. During Sunday night’s debate, both of the Democratic candidates seemed to accomplish what they set out to do. NewsOne Now panelist Lauren Victoria Burke said […]

Oliver Jack Carter Lomas-Davis, the 4-month old infant who captured the nation's heart as "Bernie Baby," passed away from SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) on February 25.

African-American voters expect their presidential candidate to at least talk about the issues that face our community. Unfortunately, we are not hearing much from Democratic presidential candidates, and absolutely nothing of substance from the Republican candidates. If the African-American vote is so precious and sought after, why aren’t presidential candidates using these issues as an opportunity to connect with […]

Black feminists question whether Hillary's former stance on mass incarceration and her white privilege can resonate with minority voters.

Political activist Cornel West said Hillary Clinton's campaign promises to black voters are based on things Bernie Sanders has already said

Dolores Huerta, longtime civil rights activist and Clinton supporter, offered to translate in Spanish and claims she was met with much objection.

Oscar Award winning actor Morgan Freeman lends his voice to a new campaign ad for Hillary Clinton where he highlights all of the ways in which the former Secretary of State has helped minorities throughout her career.