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Pete Buttigieg is on the defense about his standing with black voters, claiming that despite attacks from rivals about his record, support from black voters in his Indiana hometown increased when he sought re-election as mayor.
Over the past decade, the exposure of personal information has become a routine part of American consumerism. But how common really are data breaches — and what kinds of records are exposed?
Cory Booker challenged other candidates to promise clemency for people who are "unjustly incarcerated," saying there were 17,000 such people in the United States. We looked at his numbers.
The details of Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide have yet to come into full view, but that did nothing to stem the tide of misinformation coursing through social media channels.
The second crew of Democrats included Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who had sparred in the first debate in Miami over school integration.
A photo showing an adult hand cupping what is described as a fetus at 12 weeks has been viral on Facebook for years.
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Under her campaign’s "Brave Wins" mantra, Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York pitches herself as a candidate willing to "stand up for what’s right and repair what’s been broken." Gillibrand says that health care should be a right and not a privilege, that Americans should have better public schools, and anyone who wants to work hard enough should have the ability to transition into the middle class.