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Bernie Sanders and others introduce the 'College For All' act

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Keith Ellison (D-Minnesota) and Pramila Jaypal (D- Washington) have jointly introduced the 'College for All' Bill.

San Francisco first in nation to provide free community college

San Francisco - San Francisco will become the first city in the United States to offer all residents free community college regardless of their ability to pay.

Op-Ed: Can Hillary Clinton win over millennial voters?

This November is the first election in which the millennial generation makes up an equal portion of the vote as the baby boomers. Such a shift in demographics has already radically reshaped the face of politics.

Op-Ed: Democrats expert at spinning bad news

Philadelphia - Just before the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia emails were leaked showing that some members of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headed by Debbie Wasserman Schultz had actively tried to work against the Bernie Sanders' campaign.

Op-Ed: Sanders was unable to add key points in Democratic platform

Portsmouth - Many reports are praising Sanders' campaign in successfully adding a number of progressive planks to the Democratic platform. There is less coverage of what he failed to add.

Op-Ed: Sanders loses bid to have Democratic platform oppose TPP

Orlando - Bernie Sanders supporters lost a fight to introduce language into the Democratic Platform that would directly oppose the giant Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.

Op-Ed: Opposition growing to giant Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a trade agreement among 12 Pacific Rim countries. It was signed in February this year in Auckland New Zealand. It took seven years of negotiations to arrive at the agreement.

Op-Ed: Bernie Sanders plays selfish card - much like Hillary in 2008

Those legions of young followers of never-say-die Bernie Sanders won't be able to wrap their heads around this but here we go: there is no honor in their hero's refusal to drop out of the race for the Democratic nomination. There may, however, be shame.

Oakland 'feels the Bern' as Sanders barnstorms the Bay Area Special

Oakland - As the California primaries fast approach, Bernie Sanders is barnstorming the Bay Area with a series of appearances throughout Northern California.

U.S. bill on Puerto Rico described as 'colonial-style takeover'

Washington - A U.S. House committee has just approved the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act last Wednesday. The legislation gives control of the country's financial institutions to a board whose members are appointed by the U.S. government.

Neil Young supports Sanders but fine if Trump uses his music

Canadian rocker Neil Young, who lives on a ranch in California, doesn't have a vote in the country he lives in but does have a candidate. That would be Democrat Bernie Sanders, who in Young's opinion is the only one who'll re-democratize the system.

Green Party offers progressives a 'plan b' with a Green New Deal

The Green Party's Jill Stein is offering a plan b to Bernie Sanders supporters in a new interview with Truthout, calling on Sanders supporters to look beyond the two-party system.

Op-Ed: Too much baggage grounds Clinton's campaign jet

Washington - Whether you support her or consider Clinton the political equivalent of Bonnie, as in Bonnie and Clyde, one thing is clear, even to those unwilling to admit.

'God' told tow truck driver not to help stranded Sanders supporter

Asheville - A South Carolina man is claiming that “God” told him not to help a handicapped individual who was stranded on Interstate 26 in Asheville, N.C. this past Monday.

Bernie Sanders to offer economic address at papal conference

Vatican City - Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will break from the campaign trail just days ahead of the pivotal New York primary to accept an invitation from the Pope to speak about income inequality.

Op-Ed: Sanders has momentum; time for Clinton-Lynch deal?

Washington - While true-blue mainstream media producers, newsreaders and scribblers are busy beating on Trump, Independent-turned-Democrat Bernie Sanders isn’t cyberslacking in his campaign plane.

Op-Ed: Huffington Post and Los Angeles Times fret over Clinton campaign

Washington - Even writers at the Huffington Post are strongly suggesting Hillary Clinton consider dropping out of the presidential contest to save the Democratic Party the embarrassment and political train wreck of her potential indictment.

Op-Ed: Why should Sanders quit race? Hillary Clinton didn't in 2008

After winning the Washington and Alaska caucuses today there is little reason for Bernie Sanders to quit the race for the Democratic nomination for President. But there are still many Clinton supporters who insist he should drop out now.

Op-Ed: Bernie Sanders has no grip on reality

Flint - For months progressives in America have been encouraging voters to #FeelTheBern by lionizing a leftist God who is promising them the moon and the galaxy. He's being hailed as a populist for the young, despite the fact he has absolutely no grip on reality.

Citing 'cost of war,' DNC No. 2 Gabbard resigns, backs Sanders

United States congresswoman and decorated combat veteran Tulsi Gabbard resigned as vice chair of the Democratic National Committee Sunday and announced her endorsement of Bernie Sanders for president.

Op-Ed: Bernie Sanders continues to gain support in presidential race

Washington - As if to prove Sanders is right and Wall Street and other money interests control U.S. elections, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) overturned a ban on federal lobbyists, introduced by Obama in 2008, restricting donations from super-PACs.

Op-Ed: Feminist icon Gloria Steinem supports Clinton over Sanders

Feminist icon from the 60s, Gloria Steinem, has urged women, especially younger women, who tend to support septuagenarian self-declared socialist Bernie Sanders from Vermont, to support Hillary Clinton as the U.S. Democratic presidential candidate.

Adele wants Donald Trump to stop using her music at rallies

Adele is not happy that Donald Trump has been using her songs at his campaign gigs and has told him he does not have permission to do this.

Op-Ed: It's November 2016. Bernie Sanders just won. Now what? [Part 2]

Being elected president means never having to live up to all, or even most, of your campaign promises. Being elected the first socialist president means facing unprecedented challenges that could make breaking plenty of those promises all but inevitable.

Op-Ed: Sanders surges on strength of anti-corporate message [Part 1]

Why has Bernie Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist who was relatively unknown just a few months ago, won over so many progressive voters, seriously threatening Hillary Clinton just as another relatively unknown liberal senator did back in 2008?

Op-Ed: Human Rights Campaign could feel the Bern after endorsing Clinton

The Human Rights Campaign has announced its support for Hillary Clinton. Critics argue Sanders has a far better record of supporting LGBT rights, while Clinton has always done was was politically expedient.

Sanders continues momentum leading up to Feb. 1 Iowa caucus

Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) raised $1 million during Sunday's debate, and $3.1 million in the days leading up the debate.

Bernie Sanders rejects pharma CEO Martin Shkreli's donation

Washington - Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaign received a maximum individual donation of $2,700 from Mark Shkreli, Turing Pharmaceutical CEO, who's been branded as the Big Pharma "poster boy" by a Sander's staffer.

Op-Ed: Internet declares Bernie Sanders winner of Democratic debate

Las Vegas - During Tuesday night's debate, Hillary Clinton was poised and confident, and seemed veritably presidential. Her closest rival, Bernie Sanders, was ... well, Bernie Sanders. And the Internet loved it.

Op-Ed: How Bernie Sanders can win the 2016 presidential election

For a candidate whose personal net worth is only estimated to be $330,000, Bernie Sanders has managed to do something that's nearly unthinkable. He's built a campaign based on small contributions and draws huge crowds of thousands wherever he speaks.
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AFGE leaders, staffers and activists participate in #StopFastTrack rallies in the D.C. metro area during the month of April.
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A Bernie Sanders for President campaign event in Sept. 2015
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) addresses a capacity crowd of nearly 10,000 at the Alliant Energy Center's Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Madison, Wisconsin on July 1, 2015.
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A Bernie Sanders campaign event in Sept. 2015
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Rep. Tulsi Sanders (D-HI), a decorated combat veteran, has resigned as vice chair of the Democratic National Committee and endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders for president.
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US Democratic Presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Martin O'Malley participate in the Democratic Presidential Debate hosted by ABC News at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, on December 19, 2015
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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont speaking at a town meeting at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Bernie Sanders speaking at Hec Edmundson Pavillion in Seattle on August 8, 2015
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