The Democratic presidential candidate was describing the way the president blusters about the National Rifle Association.
Storming through the Iowa State Fair has become a central obligation of any would-be president, much to the seeming annoyance of almost everyone involved.
The conservative commentator lit up Twitter with his comment insulting people who need multiple jobs to pay the bills.
The board applauded the presidential hopeful's "bulldog" record on crime — a sore point for her critics.
Kamala Harris is pitching incrementalism. Bernie Sanders says that will cost Democrats the election.
The California senator slammed the president's history of racist rhetoric, linking it again to the Texas Walmart massacre.
Democrats are expected to steer their money toward union businesses, but some campaigns have spent money at nonunion hotels, even ones under boycott.
For the second time, voters who watched her came away with improved opinions, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Discussions with union members helped convince her of the need for a 10-year phase-in period, the California senator and 2020 presidential candidate said.
Democratic presidential candidates participating in the AFSCME forum responded in real time as news developed of the deadly mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
“Do you have any idea how damaging this is to women who’ve actually been sexually harassed, assaulted or demeaned in the workplace?” asked Britt McHenry.
The 2020 contender seemed unfazed by the former vice president's awkward comment at Wednesday's Democratic debate.
No one went easy on the former vice president — and more observations of the night.
“She put over 1,500 people in jail for marijuana violations and then laughed" when asked if she'd ever smoked weed, Gabbard said at the Democratic debate.
The former vice president welcomed the Democratic senator from California to the stage with an odd greeting.
2020 Democratic contenders have yet to explain how any version of the government-run health care plan would pass in a sharply divided Senate.
The internet turned an emotional moment of the California senator waving to unaccompanied minors in Florida into a meme.
On their first day as president, many candidates plan to do something about Trump's climate change and immigration policies.