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Kamala Harris Sparks Hope for Women of Color

Kamala Harris is the second African American woman and first Asian American to run for president.   Since announcing her plan to run for president in 2020, Kamala Harris has gained nationwide attention, particularly among black women voters. “As a black women, and also as a biracial black women, looking at her there is so much that I identify with,” […]

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Not a lot of youthful excitement for a redo of Clinton for president

Hillary Clinton speaking at a campaign event in Tempe, Arizona. Photo by Gage Skidmore   Hillary Clinton is said to be contemplating another presidential run in 2020. But young women, who were a majority of her voters in 2016, are not sure if they will support her. “She will lose again,” said Mia Flanagan, 18, who said that she had seen […]

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New Yorkers reflect on a year of Trump

For the first time in American history, U.S. politics has been dictated by a president’s appetite to tweet.

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Supporters and protesters witness the inauguration of Donald Trump

As the crowds walked onto the Washington Monument lawn, one of the giant screen viewing areas, small groups of people began to chant “Trump, Trump, Trump!” But protestors came to watch the swearing in of the controversial 45th president too.

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Election 2016: Donald Trump elected president

The votes are counted.

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Passionate protest greet Iran’s president UN visit

Thousands of protesters did not want Rouhani, who they see as a ruthless dictator, to address the UN General Assembly.

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NY Primary: Women and Hillary Clinton

Women give the pros and cons of a Hillary presidency.

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Brooklynites on Hilary Clinton for President

According to a March 29th Pew Research Center Poll 59 percent of democrats say there is a “good chance” they will vote for Clinton.

Obama’s Inauguration has fewer attendees, but optimism prevails
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Obama’s Inauguration has fewer attendees, but optimism prevails

In the midst of a deep partisan divide in Congress, wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, Obama’s message of hope and promise for the country remain in tact.

GOP Primary: Among conservatives in rural Pa, Romney ‘the lesser of two evils’
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GOP Primary: Among conservatives in rural Pa, Romney ‘the lesser of two evils’

“I’m sure as hell not voting for Obama,” one resident said.