Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) are taking aim at nuclear energy in their climate change plans, even though nuclear plants produce nearly no carbon emissions.
The progressive wing of Democratic presidential contenders is staking out a hardline position on a pipeline replacement project in Minnesota, a position that is further left than many local Democrats in the state and could pinch more centrist Democrats on the national level.
Presidential candidate Julian Castro accused fellow Democrats, including the former DHS chief under President Barack Obama, of pushing right-wing talking points by saying his immigration plan would be open borders.
Senator Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) said that immigration to the United States should reflect America's needs rather than offering temporary work programs focused on low-skilled workers during an event on Tuesday with the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).