Democrats appear headed for a one-night September presidential debate with 10 candidates. Wednesday marks the Democratic National Committee's deadline for candidates to meet stricter polling and fundraising criteria than for the first two debates -- prompting complaints from some of…
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Lisa Desjardins to discuss the latest political news, including recent poll and fundraising numbers for the remaining 2020 Democrats, whether former Rep. Joe Walsh can mount a serious…
Native Americans received more attention from presidential candidates this week than in previous years. Nine 2020 Democratic hopefuls attended a forum in Sioux City, Iowa, to discuss U.S. treaty obligations to Native people, the epidemic of violence against Native women,…
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
The former vice president is choosing carefully when to appear alongside the candidates who are trying to upend him, and he's keeping a distance, at least publicly, from the party machinery.
On the 2020 presidential campaign trail, Democratic candidates are striving to stand out within a crowded field. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, now polling second to former Vice President Joe Biden, sought Monday to restore her credibility with Native American voters.
By Elana Schor, Josh Funk, Associated Press
The Massachusetts senator said at the start of her appearance at a forum on Native American issues that she was sorry for the harm she caused over claims of her heritage.
By Judy Woodruff, Kate Grumke
Bill de Blasio has been mayor of New York City since 2014. He is one of the latest entrants into the 2020 Democratic presidential contest but has been ramping up his campaign since, delivering one of the most memorable lines…
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Shawna Thomas of VICE News join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including how 2020 Democrats fared at the Iowa State Fair, Joe Biden’s tendency to make gaffes and whether his competitors will take…
By Daniel Bush, Lisa Desjardins
Heading into Tuesday night, one of the main questions was whether Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren would take aim at each other. But they avoided attacks, in what was a substantive and vigorous Democratic debate in Detroit.
By Elana Schor, Associated Press
The Massachusetts Democrat and presidential candidate proposed nine preconditions U.S. trading partners would have to meet to participate in agreements.
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