“Oh God, you guys are full-on freaks."
The "Last Week Tonight" comedian mocked the Democratic contender's chances against Donald Trump after his outdated remarks.
The former vice president's mental acuity has been called into question by some Democratic presidential rivals.
But no, it would not mean "federal agents knocking on doors," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
Rep. Grace Meng (D-N.Y.) heads the group of Asian American and Pacific Islander lawmakers making the request.
For the second time, voters who watched her came away with improved opinions, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and others in the 2020 field promised public-sector employees they would make it easier to bargain collectively.
The Washington state governor promised to make sure clean energy jobs are “good-paying union jobs.”
Trying to prove his progressive chops, Delaney touted his universal health care plan that would allow people to keep their private insurance.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who's also running for president, argued that canceling all student debt would widen the racial wealth gap.
The 2020 Democratic candidate has made controversial comments on physical and mental health care.
Two newly elected House members have very different ideas on how the party’s presidential candidate can replicate their success.
So far, not a single question has been posed about gerrymandering or other key voting rights issues.
"It's all love," political commentator Angela Rye tweeted.
"He did an extraordinary job, and he should be given that recognition by those" running for president, Sen. Dick Durbin said.
The president's son suggested Comedy Central host the next round of Democratic debates. The network had a response that packed a punch.
The 2020 contender seemed unfazed by the former vice president's awkward comment at Wednesday's Democratic debate.
Louis-Dreyfus' “Seinfeld” character helped popularize the phrase, and she thinks there's a reason the Democratic candidate used it.
Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Meyers each delivered their own amusing takes on the debate.