Warren's plan would ban lobbyists from many fundraising activities, tighten limits on politicians accepting gifts for government actions and bar senior officials and members of Congress from serving on nonprofit boards.
Much of the analysis from last week’s Democratic debate focused on which candidates "won” or “lost,” or had the best or worst moments. But NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield tells Hari Sreenivasan the debate also revealed a significant division…
By Will Weissert, Hunter Woodall, Associated Press
Beto O'Rourke is pursuing the go-anywhere, freewheeling style that made him a Democratic star last year while nearly upsetting Sen. Ted Cruz.
By Daniel Bush
The Democratic debate Thursday will feature all the top polling candidates on the same stage for the first time, with frontrunners former Vice President Joe Biden and Senators Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts taking center stage…
By Juana Summers, Julie Pace, Associated Press
The California senator is facing persistent questions about whether she can recapture the energy of her campaign's opening days.
By Hunter Woodall, Associated Press
So far in the 2020 campaign, the first-in-the-nation primary state has been more of a destination for lower-tier Democratic presidential candidates than for three of its top contenders. That changes Saturday when the 2020 field descends on Manchester for the…
By Associated Press
"I have concluded that an independent campaign for the White House is not how I can best serve our country at this time," Schultz said in a letter posted on his website.
By Juana Summers, Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
The release of candidates' competing plans comes as issues of climate and the environment have become a central focus of the Democratic primary.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Nine months into the first year of the 2020 campaign season, Democrats are no closer to resolving the big questions dividing their party by race, generation and ideology than they were on the day of Trump's inauguration.
By Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
The roughly $200,000 Biden has accepted from employees of major lobbying firms is far more than any of his rivals has received, according to a review of campaign finance data by The Associated Press.
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