"My fellow service members and I, we are not your prostitutes," said the Democratic presidential candidate.
The Democratic presidential candidate slammed Trump for assuring Saudi Arabia the U.S. is awaiting its direction following an attack on the kingdom's oil supply.
All candidates were invited, but only Andrew Yang, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) and Tom Steyer participated in the event.
The 2020 Democratic presidential contender said she wants to stop politicians from “fighting in these wasteful regime-change wars."
“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 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful had her Google ad account suspended temporarily after the last debate.
The Democratic hopeful was left out of the magazine’s photo shoot featuring the female 2020 presidential candidates.
A tussle between Reps. Tim Ryan and Tulsi Gabbard over Afghanistan shows the party isn't yet being honest about what it does when it gains power.
Three of the 2020 hopefuls -- Pete Buttigieg, Tulsi Gabbard and Seth Moulton -- are veterans themselves.
Niko House, who won the Hawaii Democrat's recent donor challenge, also believes Bill Cosby was framed and that "Pizzagate" is real.
Local businesses worry the strict policies would force them to close shop.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, both 2020 presidential candidates, served in the armed forces and were deployed overseas.
The democratic presidential hopeful said the Syrian ruler should be held accountable "if the evidence is there" on chemical weapons.
"There is a lack of recognition of the serious change that needs to take place for there to be a true path for justice for victims of sexual assault in the military."
The congresswoman recalled that now-deceased Lybian dictator Muammar Gaddafi gave up his nuclear program just before his ouster.
It's the latest indication the senator will make another run for the White House.
The congresswoman and Democratic presidential contender was engaged in a tense discussion on "Morning Joe."
The congresswoman called upon the public to stand against politicians "who sit in ivory towers thinking up new wars to wage."