Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her bid for the presidency official on Saturday in this working-class city, grounding her 2020 campaign in a populist call to fight economic inequality and build “an America that works for everyone.”…
By Philip Marcelo, Associated Press
When Sen. Elizabeth Warren officially jumps into the race for president, it won't be from her Cambridge hometown where Harvard and MIT reside, or nearby Boston, where presidential hopefuls have launched campaigns over the generations.
By Gabriela Martinez
By visiting Puerto Rico and also talking more broadly about cultural diversity, Elizabeth Warren, Julian Castro and other 2020 Democratic contenders have sought to contrast themselves with President Donald Trump and his response to Hurricane Maria.
By Tess Conciatori
Here is where former Maryland congressman and White House contender John Delaney stands on some of the key issues of the 2020 election cycle.
In our Friday news wrap, President Trump says he’s closer to declaring a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border, a move that could let him use defense and other funds to build a physical wall there. Also, the Midwest's brutal…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks analyze the week in politics, including the uproar over a racist photo on the medical school yearbook page of Gov. Ralph Northam, D-Va., the furor erupting over state legislation…
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., joined a crowded 2020 Democratic primary field Friday when he announced his presidential campaign.
By Elana Schor, Associated Press
The New Jersey Democrat, who is the second black candidate in a primary field that's already historically diverse, delivered his message of unity amid an era marked by bitter political division.
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter from the Cook Political Report join Amna Nawaz to discuss the resolution of the partial government shutdown, what the latest polls show about support for President Trump, new entrants to the 2020 presidential race…
By Juana Summers, Associated Press
Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris, standing outside of Oakland's city hall, formally kicked off her campaign for the White House by presenting herself as the leader who can best unite an America that is at an "inflection point" and facing a…
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