Dodge, deny or fib: Candidates stay vague on 2024 plans
Presidential aspirants running for reelection while dreaming of the highest office in the land often face an uncomfortable question: Will they commit to serving a full term — should they win one — when their best moment to take a shot at the White House may come sooner than that.
Trump: protesters in San Jose were thugs
Chaos erupted at a Donald Trump rally in California on Thursday night. This comes amid new aggression between Hillary Clinton and Trump. Politico national political reporter Eli Stokols and Lis Smith, former deputy campaign manager for Martin O'Malley, join CBSN to break it all down.cbsnews.com
Martin O'Malley weighs in on the controversial refugee debate
As the House prepares to vote for more limitations on letting Syrian refugees in the United States, Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley stands by his statement of wanting to allow 65,000 refugees into the country. He joins CBSN with more.cbsnews.com
Dem Debate Part 2 - Candidates spar on the economy
Democratic presidential candidates discuss their plans to help the middle class. All three candidates - Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley - reveal their blueprints for a budget that aims to help working Americans, and who will ultimately finance it.cbsnews.com