HOUSTON — Former Vice President Joe Biden returned to the campaign trail this weekend after a Democratic debate that largely reinforced his front-runner status for the party’s presidential nomination, leaving his rivals searching for how to wrest away the top spot.
The third presidential debate threw into sharp relief a dividing line among Democrats, as the contenders argued how far to go to insure more Americans, remove guns from the streets and promote fair trade.
HOUSTON - Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden clashed with progressive challengers Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders on healthcare in a debate on Thursday, defending Obamacare and pushing them to be honest about the cost of their plans.
In a new plan for policies around veterans’ issues, California Sen. Kamala Harris said she wants to help more veterans and military families get more help from the Department of Defense and Veterans Administration—including veterans who did not leave the military with an honorable discharge.
Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard stressed unity and responsibility as a cure to America’s political division during Thursday’s Politics and Eggs event at the Saint Anselm Institute of Politics.
Former vice president Joe Biden defended his telling of a war story with multiple factual inaccuracies, saying in a radio interview broadcast Tuesday that his grasp of details in such situations is "irrelevant" to his ability to make policy decisions.
The Democratic National Committee is expected to recommend on Friday that Iowa and Nevada scrap plans to hold so-called virtual caucuses ahead of the 2020 election because of security concerns, according to U.S. media reports.
LANCASTER — Arguably the most progressive, yet among the least politically known of the nearly two dozen Democrats seeking their party’s 2020 presidential nomination, Marianne Williamson told a group of supporters on Monday at Fuller’s Sugarhouse that her campaign is like a bonsai tree.
After the first two Democratic debates, Rep. Tim Ryan’s audiences grew from two or three people to 20. Former congressman John Delaney noticed an uptick in people approaching him in airports: “They grab my shoulder and say, ‘Hang in there. Your message is what we need to hear.’ ”
Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, a Harvard-educated Marine veteran who struggled to gain traction in a crowded Democratic presidential field, announced Friday that he would close his campaign, making him the third candidate to depart the race in the past eight days.
NEW YORK - Anyone paying the slightest attention to the Democratic presidential campaign has likely seen headlines on the latest "horse race" opinion polls, highlighting one candidate's rise or another's decline.
PORTSMOUTH — On a jaunt through New Hampshire this weekend, presidential hopeful Sen. Cory Booker drew what his campaign said was his largest crowd yet in the first-in-the-nation primary state. Alexandra De Luca, the Booker campaign’s press secretary in New Hampshire, said 550 people attende…
Democratic U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell is expected to announce on Monday that he will drop out of the presidential race, according to reports, ending a long-shot bid fueled in part by his efforts to investigate Republican President Donald Trump.
CLAREMONT — Fox News comes to Claremont Sunday hosting a primetime town hall with 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg, but it’s a rival’s snubbing of the network that has drawn as much attention in the first-in-the-nation primary state.
HOLLIS — As Democratic candidates for President battle for support in early primary states, a former startup entrepreneur with no political experience to his name is nibbling at the heels of career politicians, thanks largely to his call to adopt universal basic income and cut every American…
MANCHESTER — As six other Democratic presidential candidates stream into New Hampshire this week, there’s solid evidence 2016 presidential primary winner Bernie Sanders has here what they all want — a network of committed grassroots supporters.
SALEM — Former Democratic Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke marked his third presidential campaign visit to the Granite State by drawing a line in the sand on the issue of gun control between himself and 2020 rival Sen. Cory Booker.
While former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper speaks often about his disdain for negative attacks on his opponents, the Rocky Mountain governor turned Democratic presidential candidate laid out an economic platform on Friday that seemed to take direct aim at fellow 2020 contender Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) for his democratic socialist agenda.