The Washington consensus on economic policy hasn't changed for decades: Economists and most political leaders say growth is tied to trade, immigration and technology. But now many workers disagree.
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Last week, Brietbart News was promoting Michelle Fields' interviews on major TV networks. Last night, she resigned from the site, along with editor-at-large Ben Shapiro.
Supporters of Vermont Senator Bernie Sander's presidential campaign are up in arms about superdelegates. Here's why they exist in the Democratic Party.
The consensus going into Tuesday's primaries is that last week's confrontations at Trump events will alienate some potential supporters but also galvanize the heart of the Trump movement.
Bernie Sanders' Colorado supporters thought they'd notched a win on caucus night. That was before they ran up against a pesky party primary rule.
On Meet the Press, presidential front-runner Donald Trump said he may pay the legal bills of a supporter who punched a protester in the face. He also said he "doesn't condone violence."
The Vermont independent won the Michigan primary, in part, because of strong support from white men, upset about stagnant wages and jobs sent offshore. Now, that demographic could help him win Ohio.
Michelle Fields of conservative site Breitbart alleged that she was assaulted at a Trump event by someone who was ID'd as Trump's campaign manager.
Although at least one more debate is scheduled for March 21, Thursday's had the feeling of a finale. The themes were mostly policy oriented, with a few tiffs over who's likeliest to win in November.
Clinton tried to paint Sanders as too soft on immigration reform while his answer on Cuba relations and Fidel Castro could cost him big in Florida.
Trump Water, a Trump magazine, Trump Steaks — all of that was on stage after the presidential candidate's wins in Michigan, Mississippi and Hawaii on Tuesday. But much of it isn't actually his.
Add together the 23 states where Republicans have voted or caucused this year, and you get 12.4 million people — a bump of nearly 67 percent across those states compared with 2012.
"The truth is, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are two sides of the same coin. They're not going to reform the system. They are the system," Fiorina, who ended her own bid last month, said.
Bernie Sanders needs to make a habit of winning, and by wider margins than in Michigan. Still, however steep the climb may appear, this Tuesday made it harder than ever to count the Vermonter out.