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.
The 2020 Democratic candidate is using the president's reported interest in acquiring the island to fundraise for his own campaign.
Storming through the Iowa State Fair has become a central obligation of any would-be president, much to the seeming annoyance of almost everyone involved.
For women of color running for office, the president's insults against Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and others only motivate them more.
The Democratic presidential candidate would revoke "ill-advised" pipeline permits and significantly expand tribal criminal jurisdiction.
Trump's 2020 campaign could feature dueling slogans.
The former Colorado governor — a self-proclaimed moderate Democrat and vocal critic of socialism — announced he will end his presidential bid.
"We need to end all forms of racism in this country -- from Donald Trump down to the local police department," the presidential candidate told the hip-hop star.
The Democratic presidential candidate's plan comes less than two weeks after the man accused of killing 22 people in El Paso was linked to white supremacist writings.
“Beto’s not dropping out; he’s not going anywhere," a campaign aide said.