Follow along with Mike Kasdan’s running debate summary, in which at times he serves as Hillary’s anger translator, in this otherwise faithful transcription.
No, Donald, it’s not “just words”.
While America was focused on the Debate last night, the US Court of Appeals denied Standing Rock its injunction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
We’re capturing a part of the cultural conversation—and perhaps history. Here are the quotes, comments are tweets that are defining this debate.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men on what is going on in the minds of many White Americans during this year’s presidential election
Mrs. Maria Quinones-Sanchez, a Philadelphia City Councilwoman, vowed to encourage Latina women to seek justice for Ms. Alicia Machado on Election Day.
America ensures everyone a right to peacefully protest, and that right is absent of a comfort-ability clause or fine print.
No group, other than Whites, has been immune to Mr. Trump’s sting. On debate night, however, Blacks were stung repeatedly and the hardest.
I miss the Obama/Romney debates… and I’m afraid we may never get that level of intelligence and decorum again.
While policy hasn’t really been the focus on this election-media cycle, it is kind of important! So here’s a handy-dandy one-page policy comparison cheat-sheet.
This is America. We don’t redistribute wealth. You have to earn it!
In a world where controversial ‘Hot Topics’ are abuzz, Brian Gawlak finds the teachable moments in trending issues.
To understand the importance of tonight’s debate, you must first recognize the significance of the Sanders campaign itself.
One Presidential candidate shamed a movement, another offered to serve the jail time of a religious martyr and a Governor praised stop-and-frisk.
Is Mitt Romney actually a proponent of Affirmative Action? Do Romney’s ‘Binders Full of Women’ actually help make gender a non-issue in hiring?
Do debates ever really change a voter’s mind?