A growing number of foreign diplomats are complaining to U.S. government officials about Donald Trump.
On March 5, Donald Trump continued his increasingly vulgar campaign with a stop at the University of Central Florida's CFE Arena.
Gabbard said she believes Sanders, who opposed the Iraq war, has better judgment than Clinton on issues of foreign policy and is more likely to prevent the spread of war.
The case is now being heard and Trump has been forced to take time out of campaigning to testify.
Who the Democratic Party nominee for president will be is not the only issue at stake in this Spring's primary elections.
Many issues are being addressed on the campaign trails, but which topics are most important to voters?
The contrast between the Democrats and the Republicans running for the presidential nomination was stark.
Voters and non-voters alike see themselves and their neighbors facing hard times. But many of those we talked with feel that they are on their own.
"In rural areas many poor and minority residents have been neglected for decades and are struggling against nearly impossible odds trying to pull themselves out of poverty."
Pundits have been examining opinions within the African American community and trying to predict whether Clinton or Sanders will capture the black vote.