2020 Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-H.I., said Thursday that she filed a $50 million defamation suit against former presidential candidate and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton because Clinton has aimed to “intimidate” her using “smear tactics” in an attempt to suppress her freedom of speech.
Former interim Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman Donna Brazile urged 2020 Democrats to unite if they want a chance at defeating President Trump in November.
CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin continued to gush over House Intelligence Committee chairman and leading House impeachment manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., for his “dazzling” performance during the opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.
Schumer picked up exactly where the House left off, injecting venom into every sentence and inflating his accusations far beyond what is contained in the actual articles of impeachment.
Nearly six in ten Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents questioned in a new Monmouth University survey supported dramatically changing the current system of choosing their party’s presidential nominee
Democrats know they cannot win in this climate, and so they have decided to impeach the president.
With the first presidential primary just weeks away, the list of Democratic candidates remains one of the most crowded in decades.
Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg had a moment on the campaign trail that’s sparking comparisons to the 2016 election after an awkward silence during an event in Iowa.
Before the Senate impeachment trial against President Trump kicks off Tuesday, House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy blasted the entire process as an agenda and the central campaign issue for Democrats.
CNN’s chief media correspondent Brian Stelter chose not to cover what was seen as the biggest media story of the week, the rare bipartisan backlash the network received for its handling of the controversial dustup between Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., at the network’s presidential debate.
What a shock it was when the Times made a bold move in 2020: endorsing a Democrat!
Stacks of chain-link fencing, white-covered tents and rows of metal detectors were in place Sunday night around Richmond’s Capitol ahead of Monday’s widely-publicized gun rights rally. Thousands of people from across the country are expected to attend the demonstration demanding state Democrats drop a push for comprehensive gun control in the commonwealth.
The New York Times announced late Sunday that its editorial board was breaking “from convention” and will endorse two candidates for president in 2020: Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
How will this week’s Senate impeachment proceedings affect next month’s Iowa caucuses? By sending Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., back to Washington to serve as jurors in President Trump’s trial.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., officially endorsed presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Sunday, announcing that she would campaign alongside him in Des Moines, Iowa, before the crucial state caucuses just over two weeks away.
Actor John Cusack sounded the alarm on climate change and “predatory capitalism” while introducing presidential primary contender Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., during a Saturday afternoon rally in New Hampshire.
Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Sunday, the day before the national holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr., spoke out against racial income inequality in America, as the billionaire Democrat outlined an economic proposal aimed at increasing the financial opportunities for black communities across the nation.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., said Sunday he’s not quite ready to make an endorsement in the Democrats’ heated presidential primary.
Trump Organization executive vice president Eric Trump said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and her party’s impeachment of his father will ultimately end in his reelection this coming November.
Say what you want about the 2020 presidential race, it’s not what they used to call a “managerial election.”