Bernie Sanders

The Democratic presidential candidate got into their nail salon Q&A more than you can imagine.
The Democratic presidential candidate said Israel's decision to ban Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entry is "clearly an outrage."
"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.
Progressives who backed the Vermont senator in the 2016 presidential race have lots more options this time -- like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who's inching up in polls.
Kamala Harris is pitching incrementalism. Bernie Sanders says that will cost Democrats the election.
The Democratic presidential candidate suggested Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is negatively influencing the newspaper's coverage of him.
The Democratic 2020 candidate told Joe Rogan that, if elected, he'll reveal if UFOs exist -- but only because his wife told him to.
"There was such desire for change,” said the New York City mayor, who endorsed Hillary Clinton in the last presidential election.
With a team of teens and a Twitter-based strategy, the Democrat ran to push his anti-war platform into the national spotlight.
Sen. Bernie Sanders says he disagrees with fellow presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who argues that wiping out 100% of student debt would actually increase the wealth gap.
Democratic presidential candidates participating in the AFSCME forum responded in real time as news developed of the deadly mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who's also running for president, argued that canceling all student debt would widen the racial wealth gap.
The limited-edition pint consists of a toffee core surrounded by hot cinnamon ice cream, signifying the act of holding politicians’ feet to the fire.
The Washington governor made the remark a day after Bernie Sanders called out the industry’s “criminality” in the Democratic debate.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders took to the stage for the first night of the second Democratic presidential debates and left voters excited for what is coming next.
The debate moderators chose to cast Delaney as the opposition to Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
"Medicare for All" was at the center of the controversy, yet again.
What moderates are selling isn't really moderate. It's an unrealistic fantasy of Republican cooperation.
"The health care industry will be advertising tonight on this program,” Sanders told moderator Jake Tapper. “They will be advertising tonight with that talking point.”