Presidential Debates

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.
The 2020 Democratic presidential contender said she wants to stop politicians from “fighting in these wasteful regime-change wars."
"It’s not just the oil companies ... We have beaten the drug companies, we have beaten the tobacco companies," Steyer said at a forum for Democratic candidates.
Young people are facing a dark financial future, but the Democratic presidential candidate doesn't want to hear it if they aren't going to get politically involved.
"Keep that shit on the battlefield," the Democrat said of military-style weapons at the AFSCME forum in Las Vegas. "Do not bring it into our communities."
The administration figured out that congressional Republicans were not using a “more rational approach” on immigration, the former vice president recalled.
The Democratic presidential candidate, who as a New Jersey mayor backed charter schools, pledges to fight GOP efforts to privatize the education system.
The Republicans’ failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act shows the power of a mobilized public, according to the Massachusetts senator.
The former Obama housing chief clarified his stance on the ex-president's immigration policy after clashing with Joe Biden over Obama-era deportations.
The third round of presidential debates will have much stricter requirements, which means the field is going to get smaller. Here’s who makes the cut and why.
The top-polling Democratic candidate has been fielding attack after attack from his presidential rivals.
Instead of coherent argument for their plans, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris served up a big, confusing mess.
The former vice president flubbed his closing statement, and someone quickly took advantage of it.
He once wrote an op-ed saying Congress would be subsidizing the "deterioration of the family" if it approved an amendment expanding a child care tax credit.
The 2020 candidate brewed up a feeble comeback almost 24 hours after his "murder" by Elizabeth Warren on the debate stage.
But the New York City mayor was dogged by criticism for allowing the cop who killed Eric Garner to remain on the police force.
Cory Booker shot back: "You invoke President Obama more than anybody in this campaign. You can’t do it when it’s convenient and then dodge it when it’s not.”
Ten more presidential candidates debate Wednesday on CNN.
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.
You need to be 35 to be president, but youth has its perks.