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.
Elizabeth Warren is the latest to endorse the creation of a federal licensing system.
Fox News regular Mark Steyn picked up where the now-on-holiday Carlson left off — and he couldn't even get Booker's education right.
For the second time, voters who watched her came away with improved opinions, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
The senator is not the first 2020 hopeful to use expletives to combat the president's response to mass shootings.
Politicians, celebrities, activists and citizens speak out in sadness and fury after third major shooting in a week.
Democratic presidential candidates participating in the AFSCME forum responded in real time as news developed of the deadly mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
The Democratic presidential candidate, who as a New Jersey mayor backed charter schools, pledges to fight GOP efforts to privatize the education system.
"It's all love," political commentator Angela Rye tweeted.
"He did an extraordinary job, and he should be given that recognition by those" running for president, Sen. Dick Durbin said.
“I miss Obama... He is our statesman," said the senator on CNN's "New Day" on Thursday.
Cory Booker's "Kool-Aid" quip and Joe Biden's flubs light up social media.
No one went easy on the former vice president — and more observations of the night.
“There’s a saying in my community: You’re dipping into the Kool-Aid and you don’t even know the flavor,” Booker said at Wednesday's Democratic debate.
Cory Booker shot back: "You invoke President Obama more than anybody in this campaign. You can’t do it when it’s convenient and then dodge it when it’s not.”
The former vice president and the New Jersey senator continue to spar ahead of next week's debate, this time making jabs at each other's criminal justice record.
The presidential contender is introducing a bill that also pushes for federal inmates over age 50 to be considered for release.
The New Jersey Democrat joined the growing list of 2020 presidential candidates supporting solutions to help migrants at the southern border.
"Right now, the vice president, to me, is not doing a good job at bringing folks together," the senator said.