The legislation aims to help heal the “intergenerational trauma” caused by the government forcing generations of Native children into white assimilation schools.
Citing the specter of the 2008 financial crisis, Warren called the Federal Reserve chair “a dangerous man” -- though it’s unclear how many senators agree.
The senator's endorsement should help Barnes secure progressive votes in a crowded Democratic primary to replace Republican Ron Johnson.
The senator asked CEO Andy Jassy to review the retail giant's algorithms to stop the spread of "falsehoods about COVID-19 vaccines and cures.”
"He can afford to pitch in," Warren said.
Warren says early childhood care is definitely infrastructure, eyeing an even larger investment than President Biden has requested.
The payments are set to resume at the end of September unless the White House acts.
“This is all about loyalty to one human being," the Massachusetts Democrat said of Republican devotion to ex-President Donald Trump.
The senator from Massachusetts said she plans to continue pressing the president to do more on child care and other issues.
“Actions speak louder than words,” the senator from Massachusetts said in an interview with HuffPost.
In an interview with HuffPost, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) gave her verdict on Joe Biden’s presidency so far.
“It just sounds like a lot of words.” In an interview with HuffPost, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said she was skeptical about Republican overtures to rein in powerful tech giants.
The Massachusetts senator and former presidential candidate is backing a progressive favorite in a competitive primary.
The senator also reflects on the “painful” reasons for her own 2020 loss.
Biden is on pace to accept fewer refugees than any modern president — including Donald Trump — according to a new report.
The Democratic senator has spent years calling for more public defenders and fewer corporate attorneys getting federal judgeships. Now Joe Biden agrees.
Top Democrats are urging the president to go big. He's not so sure.
The progressive senator from Massachusetts wants to levy a two-cent tax on every dollar of individual wealth over $50 million.
Free trading apps like Robinhood have seen an influx of new users ― and the video game retailer's stock surge is tied into that.
"Can we have just a little fairness here?" asks an annoyed senator after being told the rich will flee (even though many nations have wealth taxes and high rates).