The allegations by Donna Brazile not only asserted that the Democratic National Committee helped rig last year’s presidential primary in favor of Clinton over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but raised a number of troubling questions as the party attempts to regroup ahead of next year’s midterm elections.

Donna Brazile allegations highlight mounting schism within DNC

The allegations by Donna Brazile not only asserted that the Democratic National Committee helped rig last year’s presidential primary in favor of Clinton over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but raised a number of troubling questions as the party attempts to regroup ahead of next year’s midterm elections.

Communism; good idea, bad ideal. Always has been and always will be, it just does not work with humans.

Political changes looming for America during a Trump Administration. From progressive liberalism to a new Nationalism.

April 3, 1960: Sen. John F. Kennedy, Democratic presidential nominee, sits next to a playback of his televised appearance in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for the Wisconsin presidential primary two days later. (AP Photo)

President John F. Kennedy: Remembering JFK 50 years after his assassination

FILE - In this April 1960 file photo, Sen. John F. Kennedy, Democratic presidential nominee, sits next to a playback of his televised appearance in Milwaukee, Wis. for the Wisconsin presidential primary two days later.

Next presidential primary, I'm voting Republican.

Next presidential primary, I'm voting Republican. — Chicago Tribune

Next presidential primary, I'm voting Republican.

Preschool Crafts for Kids*: President's Day George Washington Wig Craft

What a fun way to learn history colonial style. Colonial era "wig" made from paper bag and cotton balls.too cute!

Dem strategist Schoen: Democratic Party itself rots from the head down

Dem strategist Schoen: Democratic Party itself rots from the head down

"As leaders of the Democratic Party, it is our responsibility to acknowledge that millions of Americans still feel hurt and betrayed by the events of the 2016 presidential primary," Ellison said. (Photo: Center for American Progress/Flickr/cc)

"As leaders of the Democratic Party, it is our responsibility to acknowledge that millions of Americans still feel hurt and betrayed by the events of the 2016 presidential primary," Ellison said. (Photo: Center for American Progress/Flickr/cc)

Whoa! Democrat Kirstin Powers blasted this week’s media jihad against Mitt Romney today on America Live with Megyn Kelly. Powers also slammed the Obama Administration for their weak response to the Mideast disaster and murder of our ambassador in Libya.     >> KUDOS KRISTIN...WISH MORE DEMS HAD THE GUTS TO TAKE A STAND LIKE YOU DO.

UNREAL… Obama Invites Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood President to Meet Next Week – Refuses to Meet Netanyahu

2012 Presidential Election Interactive Map and History of the Electoral College

2020 Presidential Election Interactive Map

West Virginia is the most neurotic state, Utah is the most agreeable and the folks of Wisconsin are the country's most extroverted, a new study says. Take TIME's test to find out which state most suits you

America's Mood Map: Find Which State Matches Your Personality

Girl Dead, 12 Injured After Car Drives Into Pizzeria Near Paris

Robert Francis Kennedy assassinated June 5, 1968 in the Ambassabor Hotel after just winning the California Presidential primary.

Robert Francis Kennedy assassinated June 1968 in the Ambassabor Hotel after just winning the California Presidential primary.

Fresh off his "political revolution" in Iowa, Bernie Sanders is riding high. The senator from Vermont raised $3 million in 24 hours since Monday's caucus—his biggest single day yet—and, according to a new poll released Wednesday, leads Hillary Clinton by 33 points in New Hampshire, where the next presidential primary will take place on February 9.

Sanders Rides High Into New Hampshire With Surge of Voter Support - go Bernie - the establishment is so corrupt it needs you to expose it all! The nova-rich are having nightmares - & well they should!

2016 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions Chronologically

2016 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions Major Events Chronologically

Hillary Clinton brought a close to the presidential primary season with a win in the nation's capital and a meeting with dispatched rival Bernie Sanders, hoping to set a tone of Democratic unity heading into next month's party convention in Philadelphia

Hillary Clinton wins DC primary, as she meets with Sanders

The 2016 presidential primary season is over. And in the last race of the year, it's a win for Hillary Clinton. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee capped her primary campaign on Tuesday.

In a win for Bernie Sanders, the AFL-CIO is delaying making it's endorsement in the surprisingly close Democratic presidential primary. The news of the decision came in an email from Richard Trumka, the president of the AFL-CIO, to the union's executive council. It was first reported by The Huffington Post Wednesday. A vote had been expected next week at the union's annual winter meeting in San Diego.

AFL-CIO Delays Making Endorsement In Democratic Presidential Primary

In a win for Bernie Sanders, the AFL-CIO is delaying making it’s endorsement in the surprisingly close Democratic presidential primary.

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