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"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
Young Cleveland activists gathered near the gates of the RNC to protest Republican Party priorities they say have decimated their city.
"...America is inching toward becoming a non-white majority country, all of that is reflected in this campaign."
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."
Karla Gutierrez and Paola Gonzalez, an 18 and 17-year-old from Animo Inglewood Charter High School, perform an original poem that gives a voice to the struggles immigrants have and continue to face in America.
A woman is brutally murdered in a hedgerow.
A group of senators has unveiled a bipartisan measure to prevent people on the FBI’s terrorism watchlist from purchasing guns.
Where do the two candidates for California's U.S. Senate seat stand on gun control?
With the Senate expected to vote today on four gun control measures, "Democracy Now!" looks at how Australia fought to change its culture of gun violence and won.
Bernie Sanders addressed supporters in a live webcast Thursday night and vowed to continue what he called his political revolution.
Interest groups have more at stake this year than usual, and they are spending accordingly.
Led by Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy, the filibuster was the ninth longest in U.S. history.