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"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
Political satirist Will Durst talks about "the bounce," or significant jump that occurs in the polls following the national conventions.
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she is stepping down following the release of nearly 20,000 emails revealing how the Democratic Party favored Hillary Clinton and worked behind the scenes to discredit and defeat Bernie Sanders.
"... once the immigrant communities understand what [V.P. nominee Kaine's] values are they will come"
As the country watches the fascinating spectacle of first Republicans and then Democrats nominating their candidates and hammering out a platform, The Washington Post gives us a historical perspective on party politics.
The Latino Coalition found Latinos in Cleveland more concerned about terrorism, the economy and healthcare.
Ramos: "I don't know if Trump is a racist... but I do know what's coming out of his mouth."
Founder of the U.S. Indian American Chamber of Commerce supports Trump's immigration stance
RNC delegate from Orange County says Donald Trumps weaknesses are also his strengths
This fall Californians will vote on 17 measures. Isn’t that the Legislature’s job?