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Michelle Obama said the motto she and the president share with their daughters is: “When they go low, we go high.” And then she demonstrated it to the point of transcendence.
At last night’s Democratic Presidential Town Hall the three Dem candidates talked about policy, their past records, and why Iowa voters should choose them as their date to the homecoming dance.
Last night’s democratic debate showcased lots of talk about guns and healthcare, but the discussions on racial and criminal justice were less substantive.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders make amends over this week’s data breach and come out swinging at the racist, xenophobic rhetoric of Donald Trump and the GOP.
The second Democratic debate featured two fewer debaters, a moment of silence for Paris, and a lot of tweets.
Kroger will cover gender affirming surgeries for trans employees, mainstream media and informal polls don’t agree on who won the Democratic debate, the New York Attorney General launched an investigation on the dude who jacked up the price of an AIDS drug and more news.
Did anybody distinguish themselves as national leadership material in last night’s Democratic debate, or did it inspire feelings of deep ambivalence and resignation in the political process?
An arrest in the murder of Kiesha Jenkins, Planned Parenthood announces they’ll no longer accept payments for their fetal tissue donation program, investigators say killing of Tamir Rice was “reasonable,” Bernie Sanders updates views on gun violence and more news stories.
Mike Huckabee is running on a Kim Davis platform, Baltimore offers a settlement to Freddie Gray’s family, James Blake is tackled by NYPD officers and more.
Violence in Ferguson, several deaths at the hands of police, what’s happening with the lesbian fired from a Catholic elementary school, judges in Ohio dealing with same-sex marriage, and more.