Famously associated with the addiction problem, the city of Portsmouth is fighting back. But some worry that one drug crisis will be replaced with another.
Bernie Sanders says he's more interested in opposing President Trump, raising wages and obtaining Medicare for all than in rehashing the 2016 Democratic primary.
The group’s defense? That it has a right to be unfair during the presidential nominating process.
The Vermont senator responded to the election of Donald Trump with an offer to help him "improve the lives of working families in this country," if he's actually serious about working toward that.
Though Sanders may have failed to achieve victory in a presidential contest, he will have an influence on where American politics moves next.
I don’t know what you’re going to do from here on, and I’m not going to advise you. But let me tell you this: You’ve already succeeded.
With the Democratic primaries grinding to a bitter end, I have some advice for divided Democrats.
Many Arab-Americans -- not all of whom are Muslim, by the way -- want the Jewish candidate to be president.
The recent kerfuffle over Bernie Sanders supposedly not knowing how to bust up the big banks says far more about the threat he poses to the Democratic establishment and its Wall Street wing than it does about the candidate himself.
It’s understandable, but unjustifiable, that the major media haven’t noticed how determined Americans are to reverse the increasing concentration of wealth and political power that has been eroding our economy and democracy.