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‘Maybe a Bernie-Warren ticket?’: 13 activists weigh in on the 2020 primary at the biggest gathering of progressives in the country
Nearly 4,000 progressive activists gathered at Netroots Nation in Philadelphia and heard from outspoken Democrats on the party's left.
An anonymous Democratic group leaked a poll that shows swing voters deeply dislike Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the left wing, widening the party̵...
The poll found that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had a 22% approval rating among 1,003 white non-college-educated voters who knew of her.
Biden said Sanders' "Medicaid for All" plan would cost $3 trillion. Then Sanders called Biden's plan to expand Obamacare a Republican one.
Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, and Pete Buttigieg are the only 2020 candidates who have consistently polled viably.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler says ‘articles of impeachment are under consideration’ for Trump
The Judiciary Committee has been looking into whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice amid the special counsel's Russia investigation.
"I do not believe this is a rush to war. I believe it is a march to peace and security," Joe Biden said in 2002 as he argued in favor of the Iraq War.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the most coveted endorsement besides former presidents, edging out Nancy Pelosi
Democratic presidential candidates are actively courting the support of Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, whose support is coveted on par with Hillary Clinton's.
"The world sees Trump for what he is, insincere, ill-informed and impulsive, and sometimes corrupt," Biden said in New York City on Thursday.
2020 Democrats are scrambling to team up with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to boost their progressive credentials
The Democratic candidates for president are eager to work with AOC to boost their progressive credentials.
Obamacare faced another critical moment in court. Over 20 million Americans could lose their health insurance if it’s eventually struck down.
Obamacare faced another court challenge, and its future is uncertain. Over 20 million Americans could lose their health coverage if the law is undone.