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Though the dog appeared to be fine after the encounter, the video of the moment between Bloomberg and the canine created a stir online.
Democratic voters’ opinions of Bernie Sanders improved but declined for Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren in the run-up to Iowa
Sanders appears to be peaking at the right time in the week before the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.
The richest Americans are set to inherit a whopping $764 billion in 2020 — and they’ll barely pay any taxes on it
The study also included a proposal for the government to collect far more tax dollars from heirs in a "silver spoon tax."
All of the important primary, convention, and debate dates you need to know for the 2020 presidential election
Iowans will officially kick off the long-awaited 2020 presidential primaries in just one week on February 3.
‘A real missed opportunity’: Andrew Yang swings at Obama’s decision to bail out Wall Street over average Americans during the financ...
"When we had a fundamental choice to either recapitalize the banks or keep Americans in their homes, we chose the banks," Yang said.
Here’s who will be onstage for the February Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire and how to watch it
Seven candidates have qualified for the eighth Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire on February 7, right before the state's primary.
From ‘Trump train’ to ‘Yang Gang’: Meet the conservatives and swing voters who have fallen hard for Andrew Yang
"We're not voting blue no matter who. We're Yangocrats," Russell Peterson, a former Trump supporter turned hardcore Yang backer, told Insider.
"With Warren, the Oval Office will be occupied by someone who has made rebuilding the middle class her life's work," the editorial board wrote.
The Democratic nominee will be officially selected at the DNC in July, but we'll probably know who wins the nomination much earlier than that
Recent polls indicate Bernie Sanders has a narrow lead going into the Iowa caucuses, but the contest is still largely up for grabs
The race is still very volatile, and there is no guarantee that any candidate will easily carry most of Iowa's 41 pledged delegates on caucus night.