With just six candidates on the stage, everyone got time to talk, but some candidates shined while a few stumbled at the CNN Iowa Democratic debate.
Sen. Warren had the moment of the debate when she pointed out that only the women on the stage have won all of their elections.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is denying a report about a conversation that he had with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) where he told her that a woman couldn't win the White House.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren called out Trump for picking this attack on an Iranian top general to distract from impeachment.
A new poll of Wisconsin shows only Joe Biden out of the Democratic nomination contenders beating Trump in a potential general election matchup.
Ten Democrats debated in Georgia on MSNBC, and here are the candidates who shined and some who stumbled at the debate.
In a recent interview with CNN, billionaire Leon Cooperman choked up, visibly upset as he talked about the future he envisioned for his vast fortune and the havoc he imagines a wealth tax, like those proposed by Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, would wreak on his plans. He characterizes her proposal as “socially and morally bankrupt” and complains, echoing Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, that Warren has been engaging in the “vilification” of billionaires.
Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax proposal has certainly sparked debates not just about basic questions of fairness, of morality, but also about the economic effectiveness and very meaning of taxation.
The debate raises the question of what it means to invest in America.
Trump is trying to flip Minnesota. He even held a rally in Minneapolis, but a new poll shows him getting crushed by the three top Democrats in 2020.
The wealth taxes Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have proposed continue to provoke the malice of Wall Street, corporate democrats, and now even other Democratic candidates running for president.
Imagine picking up a newspaper, or scrolling through your favorite internet news source, and coming across articles with headlines such as “How to Burglarize Your Neighbor’s Home,” “How to Undermine Public Education for America’s Children,” or “How to Destroy Sidewalks and Streets and Sabotage Other Infrastructure.”
A new Iowa poll shows Joe Biden with a narrow two-point lead over Elizabeth Warren as Pete Buttigieg has taken over third and Bernie Sanders is in fourth.
Trump tried to downplay and pouted over the fact that Sen. Elizabeth Warren drew a bigger crowd than any of his rallies as president.
The top three Democrats in the polls were on stage together, but who won? Here are the winners and losers of the ABC Democratic debate.
A parade of 19 Democratic White House hopefuls will plead their case to thousands of New Hampshire party activists on Saturday, hoping a quick sales pitch will help ignite their campaigns in the race to pick a challenger to Republican President Donald Trump in 2020.
Just yesterday I attended a fair in Port Oneida, Michigan celebrating rural culture.
While the focus on Michigan, when it comes to economic matters, tends to be on the manufacturing sector, largely, of course, because of the dominance of the auto industry, the importance of the rural economy and population loom large, not just in terms of their essential role in U.S. life but also as a voting issue and bloc in the 2020 presidential election.
Former vice president Joe Biden continues to ride high and maintain his lead, while the presence of Sen. Elizabeth Warren is adding to the struggles of Sen. Bernie Sanders.
This article is one of several profiles of women running for the democratic presidential nomination.
Throughout her career, Elizabeth Warren blended a life of experiences that many of us can relate to with the benefits of an education most people can only dream about. That is what makes her the people’s wonk.
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are tied in a wide-open Iowa Democratic caucus, with Buttigieg, Warren, and Harris also at double-digit support.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) responded to attacks on reproductive rights in Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri with a big plan to protect the right to choose.