This reads more like an effort to make the questions go away than something sincere, but you make the call.
Sahil Kapur correctly identifies Trump's refusal to outright condemn domestic violence as a cynical play to his white boy base.
CNN's Frank Sesno takes a whack at Fox for "muddying the waters" and covering drummed up fake Obama "scandals" while ignoring the allegations of domestic violence about Rob Porter.
Trumpster Steve Cortes makes a ridiculous argument as to why Trump couldn't possibly condone violence against women despite all the evidence to the contrary during a panel discussion on CNN.
Clearly, Fox News wanted to frame the debate in a very specific way.
The younger Palin clearly has serious problems to resolve.
Do you really need a note from your spouse to buy a gun in Canada?
DHS Secretary John Kelly tells CNN's Dana Bash that women who are worried about being deported when reporting sexual assault shouldn't be because his department isn't targeting Dreamers for deportation, and that the '911 process is anonymous, if you want it to be.'
Department of Homeland Sec. John Kelly tells CNN's Dana Bash that his department is not targeting Dreamers for deportation in response to criticism that reports of rape from Hispanic women are way down in Los Angeles.
The breathtaking injustice served on a battered wife in Silicon Valley stands in stark comparison to ICE deporting battered women and people with no convictions.