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15 funny responses to Trump’s ridiculous stance on immigration and Muslims

Social media and top comedians chime in with fifteen hilarious responses to the outrageous statements made by GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.

Justice Scalia dead at 79

President Obama scolded for his plans to nominate a successor following the death of the highly conservative Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia.

Clinton: U.S. must halt 'school-to-prison pipeline'

Hillary Clinton will propose a $2 billion plan to take on "overly punitive school discipline policies that disproportionately impact people of color" on Tuesday in New York, according to a campaign aide briefed on the plan.

NYPD: Woman accuses Eliot Spitzer of assault

New York police say they're investigating whether former Gov. Eliot Spitzer is tied to an alleged assault at a hotel in Midtown Manhattan.

Obama to enter nomination fight with legacy on court at stake

President Barack Obama entered what's certain to become an acrimonious election-year battle Saturday, declaring he would act "in due time" to replace Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, whose sudden death was announced Saturday.

Hakeem Jeffries: Bernie Sanders 'a bit presumptuous' on race relations

A Congressional Black Caucus leader said Friday that it is "a bit presumptuous" for Bernie Sanders to conclude he is the best candidate to improve race relations in America.

Sanders and Trump victorious in New Hampshire

This time the polls were exactly right. Sen. Bernie Sanders took New Hampshire overwhelmingly and Donald Trump triumphed over his Republican rivals.

Feeling the ‘Bern’ in Harlem

Fresh from his victory in New Hampshire, Sen. Bernie Sanders had breakfast with the Rev. Al Sharpton at Sylvia’s in Harlem.

Goodbye New Hampshire: Clinton campaign moves quickly to focus on African American voters

A day after getting trounced by Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton's campaign moved quickly to solidify African American voters ahead of Nevada and South Carolina's electoral contests, rolling out a series of travel plans and endorsements aimed at ...

Obama: Clinton ‘wicked smart’

In calling Hillary Clinton “wicked smart,” President Barack Obama veered about as close as he could to endorsing his former secretary of state.

Clinton withstands Sanders’ left hooks

In the fourth and final Democratic debate before the Iowa caucuses, it was a verbal slugfest between the putative champion and national frontrunner, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and her worthy adversary Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Darcel Clark sworn in as state's first African-American female district attorney

Darcel Clark officially becomes the new Bronx district attorney and New York State's first Black female district attorney.

Local 46 endorses Adam Clayton Powell for Congress

Adam Clayton Powell scored an endorsement for his congressional campaign from Metallic Lathers and Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 46 Monday, Jan. 11. Powell, running for the 13th Congressional District seat, stood with President John Skinner and other union members on the ...

Obama’s gun control order

It’s been less than two weeks into the new year and President Barack Obama intends to tighten gun control laws across the U.S.

Obama’s final State of the Union address

“I want to focus on our future,” President Barack Obama said toward the beginning of his final State of the Union address in the House Chamber and to the nation Tuesday evening.