2020 Election

In rebuking the platform, the 2016 presidential candidate cited a "disturbing" report on the Trump campaign's deceptions.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) called President Donald Trump “corruption in the flesh” during her rally in New York City’s Washington Square Park.
Marie Newman, backed by the high-profile progressive lawmaker, is going after conservative-leaning Rep. Dan Lipinski in Illinois.
At a campaign rally in New Mexico, President Donald Trump tried to sway Hispanic voters, even though only 25% approve of the job he is doing.
“Ever since Barack left, we’ve been off track. But Kamala is trying to get us back to black," croons Tariq Trotter.
The two 2020 presidential candidates are sparring over making mandatory buybacks on assault rifles part of Democrats' push for stricter gun control laws.
The Working Families Party endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 election cycle.
Internet memes are everywhere. And as the 2020 presidential election approaches, candidates and voters alike are creating and sharing even more of them. But do online memes really have the power to affect our politics?
After Julian Castro questioned Joe Biden’s fitness for office, fellow 2020 democratic presidential candidates including Elizabeth Warren and Beto O’Rourke are standing up for the former Vice President.
The "Last Week Tonight" comedian mocked the Democratic contender's chances against Donald Trump after his outdated remarks.
The Democratic presidential hopeful shot down a question about the former vice president's fitness for office.
The California senator was asked about her reaction to the entrepreneur's plan after she was heard laughing on the debate stage.
Cory Booker was asked about his diet at Thursday’s Democratic presidential debate. Polling shows voters aren’t interested.
The former vice president's mental acuity has been called into question by some Democratic presidential rivals.
The former housing secretary questioned whether Biden was able to recall the facts of his health care plan during the third Democratic debate.
Texas state Rep. Briscoe Cain is facing a potential FBI investigation over a menacing message he sent to the Democratic presidential candidate.
But no, it would not mean "federal agents knocking on doors," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
A GOP organization's new TV ad uses the Trump-supporting senator's old promise against him.
O'Rourke called the tweet from Briscoe Cain a "death threat," and his campaign is reporting it to the FBI.
A temporary truce holds among the top-tier trio of presidential candidates in Houston.