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‘Boy Bye’: The Democratic National Committee tried to use a Beyoncé reference to tell off Trump and the internet isn’t having i...
Online critics, and even some Democratic strategists, took issue with the DNC's apparent attempt to reach younger voters with a Beyoncé lyric.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had a surprisingly muted response on Biden’s conduct with women and girls: ‘Not necessarily about right or wrong&...
"People tend to interpret these situations as one way or another — is he a bad person or is he a good person? I don't think it's about that," she said.
Joe Biden probably won’t stop making comments some people find sexist, but it won’t necessarily hurt his campaign
Biden's apparent unwillingness to change his ways is evidence that he doesn't understand how his actions have impacted people, said one expert.
The 20 Democratic candidates who qualified for the debates and how they’ll be split up between two nights
The 20 candidates who qualified will be split evenly between the two nights, June 26 and 27, in Miami and moderated by five NBC and MSNBC hosts.
The candidates with the most supporters ready to tune in to the Democratic debates are entrepreneur Andrew Yang and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota.
Democratic voters think Pete Buttigieg is more ‘electable’ than most of the senators running for president in 2020, according to a new pol...
Voters have slightly more confidence in Buttigieg than they have in Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who 33% of Democratic primary voters said would beat Trump.
Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado became the 20th candidate to qualify. The official lineup for the debates was released on June 13.
Eric Swalwell tweets about Trump more than any other 2020 candidate, but it may not be an effective strategy
An analysis from The Mercury News found that nearly one in four of Swalwell's tweets — 23% — mentioned Trump by name or by title.
In an INSIDER poll, 28% preferred an even more ambitious climate change plan than Jay Inslee's — who has made climate change the focus of his campaign.
Beto O’Rourke says America can do ‘far better’ than Joe Biden, becoming the latest 2020 candidate to go directly after the frontrunn...
"I'm not exactly sure what [Biden] believes or what he should apologize for. I only know that this country should be able to do far better," O'Rourke said.