Tom Steyer

NextGen America, which focuses on voters under age 35, is expanding its target list to include deep red states with crucial Senate and House races.
The "Late Show" host shows off his moves after Tom Steyer's bizarre South Carolina campaign event.
The high-profile philanthropist spent gobs of money and centered his campaign on dismantling a corporate-controlled political system.
“It’s a total executive failure by an incompetent executive," said the Democratic presidential candidate.
The former VP badly needs a decisive win in South Carolina to have a chance of stopping Bernie Sanders. But he's bleeding support, especially with Black voters.
As the former mayor of New York City gains national attention, his opponents increase their attacks on the billionaire.
Steyer has been putting significant time and money into the state's Democratic primary, which could hurt Joe Biden's support there.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) won the New Hampshire Democratic primary election, with Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) close behind.
A poor showing on Tuesday could force some candidates to rethink their campaigns.
South Carolina voters seem to be listening to what Steyer has to say. But the broader progressive movement is skeptical.
The billionaire interrupted a tense exchange between Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders after the Democratic presidential debate.
Andrew Yang will likely be absent from next week's debate, if it happens, while Tom Steyer had a late surge to make the cutoff.
The HBO drama mirrored real life in uncanny ways and provided the right amount of tragicomic escapism.
“I don’t think America looks at the guy in the White House and says, ‘Let’s find someone richer,'" the 2020 Democratic hopeful said.
Given the appearance of a "one and done" solution and the potential for the far right to co-opt emergency powers, experts warn a declaration could backfire.
Will Ferrell's Tom Steyer, meanwhile, is running because "it's fun and it gets me out of the house."
The billionaire presidential candidate has been accused of trying to buy the Oval Office.
Steyer's campaign claimed the breach was caused by a technical glitch, but South Carolina Democratic Party officials say otherwise.
As 2020 approaches, experts worry targeted political ads could be too powerful.