by Alice Ollstein Oct 29, 2015
"The state, in a democratic, civilized society, should not itself be involved in the murder of other Americans," he said.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 28, 2015
"Our job is to build a nation in which we all stand together," Sanders responded.
"Too many Americans have had their lives destroyed because they have a criminal record for marijuana use. That is wrong and that needs to change."
by Alice Ollstein Oct 23, 2015
The announcement comes after months of pressure from Black Lives Matter and immigrant rights groups.
by Emily Atkin Oct 20, 2015
"It appears that Exxon knew its product was causing harm to the public, and spent millions of dollars to obfuscate the facts in the public discourse," Sanders wrote.
by Alan Pyke Oct 14, 2015
Marijuana legalization came up in Tuesday's first Democratic presidential debate, and the answers help illustrate the challenges the next president will face.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 14, 2015
Setting an all-time record for a Democratic primary debate, the event was also the sixth-biggest nonsports cable telecast in history.
by Andrew Breiner Oct 14, 2015
The Democratic candidates touched on some important issues Tuesday. Here's where they stand.
by Carimah Townes Oct 14, 2015
"Do black lives matter or do all lives matter?"
by Patrick Smith Oct 14, 2015
Earlier this year, President Obama said that climate denial “endangers our national security” and “undermines the readiness of our forces.”