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  1. Vt. Gov. joins outcry over Indiana rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh

    Gov. Peter Shumlin, D-Vermont, this week joined a growing outcry over a new Indiana law that was said to protect people's religious freedoms, but which many fear could lead to discrimination of LGBT people. "The worst chapter in American history is being repeated in Indiana," Shumlin said, likening the situation today in Indiana to a time in the South when black people did not have rights equal to those of whites.


  2. Democrats Turn Against Religious Freedom Laws. Voters Don't Agree With Them.Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    Last night, in the deluge of e-mails that mark the end of a fundraising quarter, donors to the Democratic Governors Association got a pitch for some emergency money. Indiana's Republican governor, Mike Pence, won a narrow election in 2012, with just 49.5 percent of the vote, and until this week Democrats had not talked about defeating him beyond a sense that it would be preferable to beat every Republican up in 2016.


  3. Bernie Sanders: I Could Beat Hillary Clinton In 2016 [VIDEO]Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Caller

    Let your heart not be troubled, left-wingers, at least one potential progressive 2016 candidate believes he could beat Hillary Clinton in a Democratic primary. In an appearance on Fusion's "America" with host Jorge Ramos, self-proclaimed socialist Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said he could come out victorious in a matchup with the former secretary of state.


  4. Bernie Sanders Backs Chuy Garcia and a - Political Revolution' in ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Nation

    Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders says America needs a "political revolution" to change the debate about economic inequality and he sees evidence of the upheaval in Chicago. So the senator is wading into that city's mayoral race as a backer of Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, the labor-backed progressive who is mounting a spirited challenge to incumbent Rahm Emanuel.


  5. Liberal Bernie Sanders Trying to Unseat Chicago's Rahm EmanuelRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | News Max

    On Thursday, Vermont Senator and potential 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will become the first member of the upper house to stump in Chicago's mayoral election. Sanders will officially endorse Chuy Garcia, the Cook County commissioner running a progressive campaign against Mayor Rahm Emanuel.


  6. Bernie Sanders: I Could Beat Hillary ClintonRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    Sen. Bernie Sanders has not yet announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, but when he appeared on Fusion's America with Jorge Ramos this week, the host asked him point blank if he thinks he has any chance of beating the inevitable Hillary Clinton in a primary. "I think there is a lot of frustration and anger among working families who, in many cases, are working longer hours for low wages," Sanders said.


  7. Shots fired outside US Capitol, triggering lockdownRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2013 | Inside Costa Rica

    A volley of shots rang out outside the US Capitol building on Thursday, sending lawmakers and tourists scattering for cover and triggering a massive security operation. An AFP photographer saw at least one person receiving emergency medical assistance on the north side of the complex, but there was no immediate official word of casualties.


  8. Can Ex-Members Sustain Success as Mayors?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Roll Call

    ... of a liberal star by portraying the mayor as inadequately interested in the poorer wards. (Independent Sen. Bernard Sanders of Vermont is headed to Chicago Thursday to endorse GarcA a and raise money for his own possible presidential bid.) But polls ...


  9. Bernie Sanders: 'Banks are too big to fail, their CEOs are too big to jail'Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    Senator Bernie Sanders is fed up with the state of the country. In his words, "banks are too big to fail [and] their CEO's are too big to jail."


  10. Vermont populist rallies Las Vegas union members to take on - billionare class'Read the original story

    22 hrs ago | Big News

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  11. Vermont populist rallies Las Vegas union members to take on 'billionare class'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Las Vegas Review Journal

    U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent populist who may challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, said Tuesday in Las Vegas that if he runs it will be to take on "the billionaire class" that's getting richer while America's middle class is in decline, with more people living in poverty. "Not only are we not winning the fight, we are losing the fight," the Vermont senator said in a fist-pumping speech at a packed Culinary Local 226 union hall where workers cheered him on.


  12. 500 Plus Pack Event Featuring Sen. Bernie Sanders in Los AngelesRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    Who: Sen. Bernie Sanders, Progressive Democrats of America, Other Guests What: Town Meeting with area activists When: Sunday, March 29, 2PM PT Where: American Federation of Musicians Local 47, 817 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA PRLog - March 31, 2015 - Los Angeles, CA--a standing room only crowd estimated at more than 500 people packed the American Federation of Musicians Local 47 in Los Angeles, Sunday afternoon March 29 to hear guest speaker Senator Bernie Sanders. The audience was visibly enthusiastic, at times chanting "Run Bernie Run!" urging him to enter the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries.


  13. O'Malley rails against Wall Street in New HampshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hill

    Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley struck a populist tone on a swing through New Hampshire on Tuesday, arguing Republicans are in the pocket of big banks while Democrats are intimidated by them. Speaking in Bedford, N.H., at the New England Council's Politics and Eggs gathering, a fired-up O'Malley railed against the "powerful and wealthy special interests" whose prerogative he said "threatens the national interest, threatens the national economy, and threatens to wreck the homes, the livelihoods and the hopes of Americans."


  14. Former Maryland Gov. O'Malley not a believer in Clinton's inevitabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley held a glass-half-full outlook at the mere 1 percent of support he has in today's Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald 2016 presidential poll. "There's only one way to go!" O'Malley said of finishing at the bottom of the survey of Democratic New Hampshire voters, behind even Vice President Joe Biden, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.


  15. Bernie Sanders Replaces Elizabeth Warren as Hillary AlternativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Incensed that Republicans want to abolish Obamacare and that the "billionaire class wants more and more for themselves and less for working families," socialist U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont barnstormed the Bay Area with a spate of speeches and interviews signaling a possible 2016 presidential run. "If you go to almost any state in this country, including the most conservative, and you ask them if it makes sense to give tax breaks to billionaires while making cuts to Medicare and Medicaid and education, they will say 'no,'" Sanders said on Monday in San Francisco.


  16. Martin O'Malley Courts Elizabeth Warren Supporters In New HampshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Former Gov. Martin O'Malley parried reporter questions Tuesday about the two leading women in the Democratic party: Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren. He didn't want to talk much about the former.


  17. Sanders: Stand Up to Wall Street, Break Up Big BanksRead the original story

    Yesterday | Common Dreams

    Speaking last night at the Commonwealth Club of California, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders said it is time to break up "too-big-to-fail" Wall Street banks that have grown larger and more powerful since taxpayers bailed them out after the 2008 financial collapse. "No single financial institution should have holdings so extensive that its failure could send the world economy into another financial crisis.


  18. O'Malley takes the gloves offRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hill

    A handful of Democrats are mulling a challenge to Hillary Clinton for the party's presidential nomination, but only one is showing his teeth. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took a shot at the likely frontrunner on Sunday, appearing to accept the role of lone Democratic insurgent.


  19. Bernie Sanders barnstorms Bay Area with socialist populist messageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    SAN FRANCISCO >> There are few places in the nation where a democratic socialist independent who's mulling a presidential run would have more rock-star status than the Bay Area. Yet U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, is convinced that his populist message can resonate far beyond places like Berkeley and Brooklyn.


  20. Tomah VA Hearing Reveals Shocking Details About Retaliation And Opioid AbuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Caller

    Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders and House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller hold a news conference to announce that the two committees have struck a deal to reform the Veterans Affairs Department at the U.S. Capitol July 28, 2014 in Washington, DC. Sanders and Miller worked through the weekend to craft legislation they could both agree to in the wake of a scandal over fasle reports about months-long waiting times for medical appointments at the VA's clinics and hospitals.