Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the two frontrunners of the Democratic Party, dominated the Democratic Party debate on TV. But what impact did the debate have on their social media presence? DW investigates.
It was a substantive debate that focused on income inequality. Senator Bernie Sanders has pushed the debate to the left, but Hillary Clinton showed that she won't be relinquishing her lead anytime soon. (14.10.2015)
The Democratic candidates in the race for the United States presidency have met for their first major debate. Frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders headlined the encounter. (14.10.2015)
His incendiary comments are the stuff of brand-new hashtags, his behavior is rich fodder for online memes. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has mastered the art of leading social media polls. Here's how. (27.08.2015)
Rarely a week goes by without a Modi-related topic surging to Twitter's worldwide trending charts. DW takes a look at how the Indian prime minister does it. (25.08.2015)
A US House resolution on anti-Semitism morphed into a broader statement against bigotry. But the entire process revealed divisions within the Democratic Party, writes DW's Amien Essif.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is preparing for its annual conference. The meeting could prove more contentious than usual, as the powerful lobby group faces questions as to the extent of its reach.
The Democratic Party, divided into different camps since its bruising presidential election defeat, has come together recently. But Democrats disagree on whether Donald Trump played a role in the party's newfound unity.
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