The proceedings remind voters "that Donald Trump doesn't want to have to face Joe Biden at the ballot box," a senior campaign official said.
“What matters most to me is that Warren is all in for Medicare for All,” wrote Ady Barkan.
"People have to stop taking the Black community for granted," Nina Turner told HuffPost at a Sanders fundraiser in Georgia.
States with large Latino populations are set to award huge numbers of Democratic delegates.
Media outlets mention that Pete Buttigieg was a Rhodes scholar far more often than they mention that Cory Booker was one too.
The New York mayor criticized his predecessor's late apology for the policing strategy that targeted minorities.
The former Massachusetts governor said he’s “not crazy about super PAC money,” but thinks “we need to do some catch up."
The former New York City mayor hasn't yet decided whether to enter the Democratic presidential race, but he's dropping big hints.
But the Vermont senator declined to criticize his progressive Democratic rival.
Three years later, the man in question raped his own wife again and is now behind bars.
The candidate says she’ll enact a public option plan within her first 100 days as president and then move to set up a true universal health care system.
Spoiler: It's not about which candidate is leading.
The former Massachusetts governor's announcement video suggests he was the first in his family to go to college, but his father apparently went before him.
The billionaire businessman and prospective Democratic presidential candidate stopped short of apologizing in a New York Times story about his past remarks.
Billionaire Lloyd Blankfein accused Warren of "tribalism," in an apparent dig at her claimed Native American ancestry.
“We have terrific candidates. Leave it at that,” Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) said Tuesday.
The Democratic presidential contender's lawyers demanded that Clinton issue a retraction for calling an unnamed candidate "the favorite of the Russians."
The Minnesota senator suggested that female presidential candidates are held to a higher standard than male contenders.
The Vermont senator slammed the former New York City mayor for planning to skip early voting states if he enters the race.
A viral photo shows the South Bend, Indiana, mayor chowing down on the confection after he cut it with a knife and fork.