The ideological divide between Democratic presidential hopefuls came into focus on Tuesday as leading progressive candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren defended their liberal policies
Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden clashed with progressive challengers Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders on healthcare in a debate on Thursday, defending Obamacare and pushing them to be honest
The next Democratic presidential debate will be held one night only and include all ten remaining candidates onstage, including the frontrunners Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
If the economy slides into recession in the next 12 months, Democrats will be handed a ready path to run against President Donald Trump. They’ll blame him for the downturn and point
There had been a lot of talk going into the debate in America’s Motor City that the two highest profile progressives might not engage in hand-to-hand combat. What was the sense, pundits said, of Elizabeth Warren attacking Bernie Sanders, or of him attacking her. Given they were both seeking to appeal to many
Senator Elizabeth Warren has written a new op-ed for Essence magazine, a publication that caters to professional African American women. In the piece published Friday, the Democratic presidential hopeful announced “a new commitment to Black women.”
Elizabeth Warren slammed Washington for failing to challenge giant corporations. Bernie Sanders assailed the power of Wall Street and the pharmaceutical industry. Cory Booker vowed to appoint more judges and antitrust enforcers and even Joe Biden is preparing a trust-busting plan. Democratic presidential
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are Senate colleagues, ideological partners and mutual admirers. But their tacit alliance in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary is approaching a breaking point as they vie to become the progressive alternative to front-runner Joe Biden. More than five months out from the Iowa caucuses,
Elizabeth Warren had the crowd going wild over pennies. Halfway through her Wednesday campaign event in Los Angeles, the crowd erupted into a chant of “Two cents! Two cents!” after Warren detailed her signature plan — a 2% tax on the ultra-wealthy that would amount to two cents on every dollar over $50 million.
Elizabeth Warren is climbing in the polls, propelled in part by a flurry of policy proposals, each detailed in blog post by the candidate. Issued at regular intervals, covering everything from wealth taxes to child care to agriculture, her proposals are part of a smart strategy that has helped distinguish Warren in a crowded Democratic field.