At least seven candidates will participate in a forum in Sioux City focused on issues affecting Native American communities.
The Democratic presidential candidate would revoke "ill-advised" pipeline permits and significantly expand tribal criminal jurisdiction.
The Democratic presidential candidate even received the "Rocky" treatment over the viral video.
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.
Elizabeth Warren is the latest to endorse the creation of a federal licensing system.
The Democratic senator and 2020 presidential candidate released a plan aimed at reducing gun deaths by 80%.
Democrats are expected to steer their money toward union businesses, but some campaigns have spent money at nonunion hotels, even ones under boycott.
The retail giant banned assault-style weapons in 2015, but activists are pushing it to go further in response to this weekend's shooting at an El Paso store.
"He’s done everything he can to stir up racial conflict and hatred in this country," said the Democratic presidential candidate.
The White House contender wants to make sure every U.S. home has a fiber broadband connection at an affordable cost.
For the second time, voters who watched her came away with improved opinions, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
The Democratic presidential candidate has convinced activists of color she's serious. Can she translate that enthusiasm to the broader black electorate?
Politicians, celebrities, activists and citizens speak out in sadness and fury after third major shooting in a week.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who's also running for president, argued that canceling all student debt would widen the racial wealth gap.
The Republicans’ failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act shows the power of a mobilized public, according to the Massachusetts senator.
The 2020 candidate brewed up a feeble comeback almost 24 hours after his "murder" by Elizabeth Warren on the debate stage.
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 Massachusetts senator had some of the most memorable moments of the night.