Joe Biden announced he will be seeking a second term as President in 2024.Continue reading
Robert F. Kennedy, nephew of former president John F. Kennedy, announced his presidential bid on April 20.Continue reading
By Cailyn Carr
Representative Carol Shea-Porter is retiring from New Hampshire’s first district, leaving the highly-contested seat up for an open race
By Autumn Pattison
Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton has finally allowed herself to take a break from the campaign trail, less than two weeks away from the election.
By Gennaro Ilaria
Donald Trump’s “nasty woman” comment toward Hillary Clinton has caused quite a controversy following the last debate, but isn’t turning everyone away from Trump.
By Victoria Garcia
Wikileaks’ release of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman’s emails offer insight into the Democratic nominee’s campaign operation.
By Emma Sinn
At 103 years old, Ruline Steininger lived through the suffragette movement, saw the 19th Amendment passed, and now has cast her ballot for the first female major party nominee in US history.
By Angelina Salcedo
After over 100 thousand votes in the Bay State, Republican Donald Trump got an overwhelming win in Massachusetts while Hillary Clinton just edged out Bernie Sanders in the presidential primary.
By Jessica Colarossi
Voices echoed through the Boston Common Saturday afternoon during a nationwide movement in support of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
By Priscilla Liguori
Vermont Senator and Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders denied he was a capitalist and insisted he was progressive during his extensive interview with Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press” Sunday, October 11.