It's not Medicare for All. But Buttigieg's proposal would also make a big difference to a lot of people.
The two 2020 presidential candidates are sparring over making mandatory buybacks on assault rifles part of Democrats' push for stricter gun control laws.
The Indiana mayor revealed that he came out after his deployment in Afghanistan: "I was not interested in not knowing what it was like to be in love any longer."
The ABC News debate is the first limited to one night after several candidates dropped out and others failed to meet new qualification standards.
The two Democratic presidential candidates were surprisingly happy to run into each other on the way to Thursday's debate in Houston.
“It makes you feel a kind of pity for everybody involved," the presidential candidate said Thursday.
The 2020 Democratic candidate said that, for a party that claims to defend faith, GOP policies don’t align with major religions’ teachings about caring for others.
Pete Buttigieg, the first openly gay Democratic presidential candidate, has signed on to participate, as have Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.
The president lamented to his supporters that Fox News was no longer "working" for them.
It's an effort to treat mental illness as a public health crisis, and it's way different from what Trump has been doing.
The Democratic presidential hopeful said Trump is asking voters to "tolerate the negativity" in exchange for job growth.
Elizabeth Warren is the latest to endorse the creation of a federal licensing system.
Democrats are expected to steer their money toward union businesses, but some campaigns have spent money at nonunion hotels, even ones under boycott.
The heroism of Indiana's South Bend Fire Department caught the attention of Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
For the second time, voters who watched her came away with improved opinions, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Following Saturday's mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, called for stricter gun laws and condemned white nationalist ideology.
Democratic presidential candidates participating in the AFSCME forum responded in real time as news developed of the deadly mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg condemned President Trump for allowing white nationalism and gun violence to flourish under his watch.