Former Vice President Joe Biden, currently in rural Iowa on his "No Malarkey" tour, also doubled down on his claim that he told President Obama not to endorse him back in October.
The Democratic hopeful says that "the right to eat is a human right" and he is prepared to make sure each American has it.
The presidential candidate said that he would not push to legalize marijuana on a federal level if elected as it could be a "gateway drug."
Anita Hill, who accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment during his 1991 confirmation hearing, is seeking real change.
Castro was the first candidate to mention Atatiana “Tay” Jefferson, the 28-year-old Black women killed by a white Fort Worth police officer over the weekend during a welfare check of her home.
Presidential Candidates Take Note: Black Women Voters Want to Hear Your Plan For Addressing These Issues
Glynda C. Carr, co-founder of Higher Heights for America, shares the results of a new poll, revealing the issues that candidates should be paying attention to.