• Joe Biden responded to a debate question about slavery and reparations by going off on a tangent about how black parents should raise their kids, and people aren't happy about it

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    At the third Democratic debate in Houston, former Vice President Joe Biden answered a question about how the legacy of slavery with a tangent on black parents needing outside intervention to properly raise their children.
    "We bring social workers into homes of parents to help them deal with how to raise their children. It's not that they don't want to help. They don't know what- They don't know what quite what to do," Biden said.
    In his answer, Biden also said that parents should leave their record players and radios on at home so children would learn more words, prompting lots of...
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  • 14 Million Watch Third Democratic Debate

    14 Million Watch Third Democratic Debate

    5 days ago - By Forbes

    Thursday night's at times fiery debate between the top ten Democratic presidential candidates generated positive reviews-and strong ratings.
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  • Dem candidates stumble on how to counter Trump on the trade war with China

    Dem candidates stumble on how to counter Trump on the trade war with China

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Trump has put Democratic presidential hopefuls in an awkward spot through his efforts to pressure China to change practices that put Americans at a disadvantage.
    At the third Democratic primary debate Thursday night, the question of how to reclaim that playbook on trade was on full display.
    But the trade war has also presented challenges for Trump, whose most recent polls suggest Americans are growing worried about tariffs.
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    For the 2020 Democratic hopefuls who have sought to challenge President Donald Trump on an economy that has...
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  • 3 Things We Learned From the Third Democratic Debate Last Night

    5 days ago - By Fortune

    Once again, the top 10 Democratic presidential candidates took to the debate stage Thursday night, this time in Houston, Texas. It was the first time, however, that the top three vying for the job-Vice President Joe Biden and Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders-were able to square off together.
    As the frontrunners clashed on healthcare, one of the most controversial and complicated topics in American politics, the others vied for their moment in the spotlight to grab the attention of potential voters and break what has consistently been a three-way race.
    Here's what we learned...
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