On Monday, September 26, Hofstra University and CBS hosted the first U.S. Presidential Debate of 2016. Lester Holt moderated. Secretary Hillary Clinto...
Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton (photo:US election atlas)...
I have listened to many "Pro-Lifers" give their understandably passionate reasons why they are against terminating a pregnancy. But I have yet to hear any of them talk about the life of the mother as a factor.
Medical research isn't top of mind for most Americans, whether it's a presidential election cycle or not. I understand why. We think it's something that just gets done. When we picture medical research, we picture a scientist in a white coat somewhere looking at cells under a microscope. We know it will take years for that cell to become a medicine to become a treatment to become a cure. I
Finding her sword arm---finally---Clinton has come into her best self, which I predict will carry her to victory. But whatever the outcome, it's enough to have seen Hillary the Lion-Hearted do battle with the Trumpasaurus and best him. It gives one, in this wretched presidential campaign, a whiff of the mythic and a glimpse of a New Day.
The absence of three words from the September 26, 2016 debate between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee...
Vice Presidential Debates are usually overshadowed by the Presidential ones. This is even more true this year with all the media attention given to Donald Trump, the controversies surrounding each campaign, and to the record of Hillary Clinton, who has been in the public eye for decades.
If you devoted a single segment to science it would be an absolute first and make your debate the most original and impactful of them all, a game-changer.
Ninety minutes of exposure revealed that he has little grasp of -- or interest in -- the subject matter of the presidency itself. Instead the subject which absorbed him was... himself.
This election is showing us how the Republicans and Democrats continue to make sure they are the only choices for president as traditional media continues to decline to media on the web. The televised debate on Monday is an example of this.
The United States Presidential Election is scheduled to take place on November 8th, 2016. This is perhaps the most controversial election in American history, with voters having to make a choice between a man who resembles day old macaroni and cheese, and a your weird aunt who won't stop wearing pantsuits.
Good evening. Members of Congress, The Supreme Court, and let me just say aren't my three appointments all beautiful? I said I treat women well and I've appointed three to the highest court in the land. One's a Latina, who probably started life as a house keeper. And look at her now. On the Supreme Court sitting in the front row for my first state of the union speech.
This story is huge and is not going away any time soon. It will dominate coverage at least through the next week leading up to the second debate, and likely well into November. When journalists and historians look back and write the story of this presidential campaign, the events of the last ten days of September will be pivotal.
Trump or Clinton? Donald or Hillary? I apologize to my friends outside the United States for leading with the existential question we here are fac...
Although the timing and context of Trumps comments are more than a little odd, his beliefs and attitudes are not surprising. They are not surprising coming from him, and not surprising in our culture.
The consensus is that Hillary Clinton won the first debate handily. Yet despite Donald Trump's bizarre behavior during and after the debate, the polls show only a modest bounce in Clinton's favor.