The Sanders campaign estimated that the rally drew nearly 26,000 attendees, which would make it the largest Democratic presidential rally of this cycle.
A conversation about a college student's fear of gun violence turned into a powerful quote that became a tattoo.
The CNN host said he doesn't want Clinton's comments on Gabbard and Russia to "legitimate these kind of attacks against anybody."
Eight Empire State lawmakers now back the Vermont senator’s Democratic presidential bid.
State Sen. Kate Bolz's congressional district has been held by Republicans since 1964. She wants to change that in 2020.
The CNN political analyst and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks said she didn't realize it was a fundraiser.
The president's most loyal voters are turning on him, the former Pennsylvania senator says.
Does the mayor whose fans think he's "bringing back kindness and compassion" risk losing support by going on offense?
Republicans for the Rule of Law wants GOP lawmakers to hold the president accountable.
He hit a sexist trifecta during the Democratic presidential debate.
The Alabama Republican ended the latest quarter with just $34,000 cash on hand.
"The Daily Show" host endorsed a suggestion from Sen. Amy Klobuchar -- and then took it a step further.
“Of all the things, why that?” Harris was asked.
The Democratic presidential candidate brought some receipts to his argument with the disgraced former Fox News host.
The Democratic debate candidates were not asked about climate change or immigration. "But you know, Ellen," Julian Castro tweeted.
The other presidential candidates welcomed Warren as the new front-runner by criticizing her rhetoric and proposals.
The 2020 Democratic hopeful has defended dictators while calling for the U.S. to be more aggressive in killing suspected terrorists.
The two progressive candidates tried to poke holes in the former vice president’s self-styled image as a pragmatist at the Democratic presidential debate.
He was the first candidate at this week's Democratic debate to bring up Atatiana Jefferson, a Black woman killed in her own home by a white police officer.
More than half of the 12 presidential contenders shared their plan on how to protect reproductive rights in the face of state anti-abortion legislation.