Clinton deserves credit where credit is due. She crushed it on that stage Monday night, says Amherst Wire writer Carson McGrath.Read more »
Using the hashtag #TheWireDebates, Amherst Wire readers joined the Twitter conversation as the first of three debates unfolded between Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald J. Trump.Read more »
Contributor Amy Russes evaluates Republican candidate Donald Trump's new maternity leave proposal.Read more »
In only a few short weeks, we — as a nation — will head to the polls to vote for the next president of the United States. And if we've learned anything from this election, it's that pretty much anything goes.Read more »
“I was 'Bernie or bust,' and now Jill is our bust,” said one young voter.Read more »
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein will speak at First Churches of Northampton Sunday evening.Read more »
Dozens line Amherst streets to denounce construction of Dakota Access Pipeline.Read more »
Here's what happened in politics over the weekend. Hillary caught in the heat Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton unexpectedly left the 9/11 memorial service in New York Sunday morning. Her campaign explained Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia two days prior to the event, and “she ...
Here’s what happened over the weekend in politics. Trump: "Yes, it's over." Leading GOP candidate Donald Trump claims it's all over. Trump went on Fox News Sunday and said, "it's already over" in reference to the Republican U.S. presidential nomination. He is confident that Texas Senator Te...
Hundreds of people piled into Bowker Auditorium at the University of Massachusetts Amherst on Monday for the eagerly awaited controversial debate titled, “The Triggering: Has Political Correctness Gone Too Far?” that was hosted by the UMass College Republicans Club. The debate panel consisted of ...
Jill Stein visited campus amid Divest UMass's recent protests and sit-ins.Read more »
Politics Weekend Wrap-up: Republican National Committee members fight over rule change and two Democrats fight for New York
While Sanders beats Clinton in New York accent and attitude, we’re unsure who will come out on top in the state this Tuesday.Read more »