Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) called President Donald Trump “corruption in the flesh” during her rally in New York City’s Washington Square Park.
Speaking to a massive crowd at Washington Square Park, the Democratic presidential hopeful honored the working women killed at the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire.
The Working Families Party endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 election cycle.
The 2020 contender's policies would address ethics problems in President Donald Trump's administration, but she argues "they are much bigger than him.”
Democrats have long contended their support for gun control laws doesn't mean they want to take away law-abiding citizen's firearms.
Biden can't seem to shake questions about his consistency and whispers about his fitness for office.
The much-anticipated confrontation between leading 2020 candidates Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders never really came to fruition.
The ABC News debate is the first limited to one night after several candidates dropped out and others failed to meet new qualification standards.
Her latest plan would give current and future retirees $200 more a month.
For 36 years, the former senator defended his home state's pro-corporate policies, which Democratic rivals now want to end.
The presidential candidate retweeted a video featuring "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer explaining how bankers fear her.
“Medicare for All is about a relationship that all of us have to each other,” Warren told Ady Barkan.
The 2020 presidential candidate's virtual "appearance" also drew attention to violence against transgender people.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful is throwing her support behind Jessica Cisneros, a Texas attorney seeking to unseat Rep. Henry Cuellar in 2020.
“I think there is a political process, and people will make their own choices,” Sanders told Yahoo News. “But I’m feeling pretty good about the future.”
Although he's closest to Warren ideologically, Sanders believes voters who back Biden are the most persuadable.
Pete Buttigieg, the first openly gay Democratic presidential candidate, has signed on to participate, as have Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.