Sen. Amy Klobuchar was running for president just a few months ago, and now political rumors suggest she could be former Vice President Joe Biden's running mate. But Klobuchar says she’s focused on helping her state, and the country, to…
By Amy Forliti, Associated Press
Bessler initially thought he had a cold, but quarantined himself anyway. He got tested after he began coughing up blood.
By Robin McDowell, Michael Rezendes, Associated Press
In calling for an independent review, Klobuchar was yielding to increasing community pressure to re-open a case that interrupted her Democratic presidential primary run, after The Associated Press published the results of a yearlong investigation that uncovered major flaws in…
Rivals no more, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg united behind Joe Biden's presidential bid on Monday as the Democratic Party's moderate wing scrambled to boost the former vice president just hours before voting began across a series of high-stakes Super…
By Steve Peoples, Bill Barrow, Alexandra Jaffe, Associated Press
Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg are uniting behind Joe Biden's presidential bid as the Democratic Party's moderate wing scrambled to boost the former vice president just hours before voting begins in high-stakes Super Tuesday states.
By Lisa Desjardins
2020 Democrats are making their final appeals to South Carolina voters before the primary stakes rise even higher on Super Tuesday. The latest polls from the Palmetto State show former Vice President Joe Biden with a substantial lead, followed by…
By Lauran Neergaard, Sara Burnett, Associated Press
Klobuchar is trailing Sanders and most of her other rivals ahead of Tuesday night's debate in South Carolina.
By Sara Burnett, Associated Press
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said during a stop in Arkansas the day after she came in sixth in Nevada that dropping out was "not even a close call" for her. …
By Nicholas Riccardi, Will Weissert, Associated Press
Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg, a newcomer to the debate stage, received the most attention and none of it was positive.
Nearly every campaign can view the data through their own set of 2020 glasses to find a reason to stay.
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