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Here’s how much money 2020 presidential candidates raised in the last full fundraising quarter of 2019
With just a month to go before the Iowa caucuses, here's how President Trump and the Democratic candidates all stack up in the money race.
Ten out of the 15 major candidates attended an Ivy League university for undergrad or grad school, nine have law degrees, and two are Rhodes scholars.
Kirsten Gillibrand ran for president in 2020. Here’s everything we know about the former candidate and how she stacked up against the competitio...
The junior senator from New York was originally appointed to replace Hillary Clinton in the US Senate in 2009.
Three 2020 Democrats quit the presidential race in one week, and Elizabeth Warren stands to gain the most from their exits
Elizabeth Warren stands to gain big from the departures of Kirsten Gillibrand, Jay Inslee, and Seth Moulton from the 2020 Democratic race.
Insider has been tracking how many candidates' fans like other candidates. Gillibrand's exit could help Sen. Elizabeth Warren consolidate support.
Trump appeared to mockingly say that Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand was "the one I was really afraid of" in the 2020 presidential election.
‘It’s important to know when it’s not your time’: Kirsten Gillibrand announces she is dropping out of the 2020 Democratic pres...
Gillibrand failed to garner enough donations and poll numbers required to qualify for the upcoming debate in September.
The 4 Democratic presidential candidates who cosponsored Bernie Sanders’ Medicare for All Senate bill either no longer support it or won’t...
Several 2020 Democrats who cosponsored Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All bill in the Senate are tempering their once full-throated endorsements.
Sen. Rand Paul cited the national debt in blocking expedited passage of a bill to renew the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund
"Any new spending that we are approaching that has the longevity of 70, 80 years should be offset by cutting spending that's less valuable," Paul said.