NPR’s Tamara Keith and Politico’s Carrie Budoff Brown join Yamiche Alcindor to discuss the latest political news, including post-debate poll numbers for 2020 Democrats, whether former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead will be “durable,” why racist attacks on Sen. Kamala…
By Matt Volz, Associated Press
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock said during an online meeting about climate change that he's open to supporting the controversial Keystone XL pipeline "if it's done right."…
By Steve Peoples, Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
Short on support and money and bound by tough party rules, once soaring politicians may soon be seen as also-rans.
By Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
Buttigieg was the first White House contender to announce his fundraising numbers for the quarter.
By Lisa Desjardins
The Thursday debate among a second group of 10 Democratic presidential candidates featured participants scrambling to talk over each other and several heated exchanges. Tense moments included Sen. Kamala Harris confronting former Vice President Joe Biden over his record on…
A second group of 10 Democratic presidential candidates took the stage to debate in Miami Thursday night. This time, participants included current poll leader former Vice President Joe Biden, whom several other candidates, including Sen. Kamala Harris and Rep. Eric…
By Sara Burnett, Will Weissert, Associated Press
The former vice president and Democratic White House hopeful made the remarks a day after his 2020 rival California Sen. Kamala Harris delivered a blistering attack at their first presidential debate in Miami. She blasted him for recently highlighting his…
By Lisa Desjardins, Daniel Bush
Former Vice President Joe Biden entered the second of the 2020 Democratic debates as the experienced frontrunner, but the night belonged to Sen. Kamala Harris.
Democratic candidates were asked to name which foreign relationships they would seek to restore if elected president. Their answers: China, NATO, Europe and Iran.
By Associated Press
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet was the only one of 10 candidates Thursday night to not raise his hand to seek to decriminalize illegal border crossings.
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