The Remove the Stain Act would strip the highest military award from 20 U.S. soldiers who slaughtered hundreds of Native women and children.
The former governor will try to unseat Republican Sen. Cory Gardner, seen as a vulnerable GOPer in the 2020 race.
The 2020 Democratic candidate's climate plan offers a detailed vision that would expand public ownership of utilities and make electricity “virtually free" by 2035.
The conservative talk-show host may announce his bid for the presidency as early as this weekend, according to reports.
The Washington state governor released a hefty library of climate policies and raised money from over 130,000 donors, but failed to break 1% in the polls.
Rep. Grace Meng (D-N.Y.) heads the group of Asian American and Pacific Islander lawmakers making the request.
The Vermont senator’s labor plan would also eliminate so-called right-to-work laws and limit CEO pay for federal contractors.
The Senate majority leader is facing new pressure to act on stalled election security bills.
Democratic judicial nominees should be progressive on economic rights as well as civil liberties, argues Demand Justice.
A Minnesota woman showed up to Warren’s event in a blue blazer and clear glasses, and looked so much like the senator that people got confused.
Sanders sees health care as 2020's defining issue. Warren wants to tackle special interest influence and corruption in Washington.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate released a list of proposals centered on community-driven initiatives and a reformed justice system.
About 12,000 people showed up at the Democratic presidential hopeful's town hall at Macalester College in St. Paul, according to her campaign.
The president took a swipe at Fox News after a new poll showed him trailing several Democrats.
Here's a very early snapshot of how religious (and unaffiliated) Democrats currently view the party's presidential candidates.
The Democratic presidential candidate apologized for harm she caused with her Native ancestry claims — and laid out her plans for empowering tribes.
The president said there was "something going on" at the conservative news network.
Trump said the vice president had been "outstanding" and that many people had "great respect" for the man.
The Democratic presidential hopeful said Trump is asking voters to "tolerate the negativity" in exchange for job growth.