So in Tuesday night's debate when she stuckto her line that overall costs would go down, other candidates answered for her. Pete Buttigieg said it. Amy Klobuchar said it. Beto O'Rourke said it. Even Bernie Sanders said it.
Warren has repeatedly targeted Facebook and its CEO personally in her battle against Big Tech, reinforcing her role as a David confronting capitalist Goliaths.
While Trump held a vulgarity-laced rally in Minneapolis, Elizabeth Warren took home the moment of the night during a televised LGBTQ forum.
The president is again using a toddler's playbook—ignore, deflect, shift blame—to deal with subpoenas from the impeachment inquiry and Republican criticism over the withdrawal of U.S. troops from northeast Syria.
On the face of it, the new rule seems fair. But the costs and complexity of the U.S. medical system, paired with such vague instructions for consular officials, could be a recipe for disaster.
Elizabeth Warren might end up being the beneficiary of the simultaneous questions around Bernie Sanders' health issues and Joe Biden's political ones.
Trump appears to have put his electoral stock fully in the gun-rights crowd, and at a point when the politics of gun control are shifting for the first time in decades.
In August, a whistleblower report claimed that President Donald Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate his potential 2020 opponent Joe Biden and that the call transcript was saved in a codeword-level system.
When Congressional Democrats returned from August recess they had a docket full of ambitious legislation. Gun control, election security, prescription drug prices, trade...So many large legislative tasks, such little time.
The peace talks are collapsing and the violence still claims U.S. service members' lives, but it's been over a year since the Pentagon held a press briefing on America's longest war.
The increasingly compelling science–and evidence–of climate change and why businesses are stepping up
Fans may be lamenting the end of the 'Star Wars' series, but they can still visit these film locations and space-themed destinations.
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Despite the dangers, tourists continue to flock to these volatile places for incredible views and to take a peek at Mother Nature's temperamental hotspots.
"New York City stands with our young people. They're our conscience," tweeted Mayor Bill de Blasio.
A poll earlier this month gave Kennedy a 14-point advantage over the Democratic senator he'll challenge.
Netanyahu delivered a tempered speech where he refused to concede the close race. "Israel needs a strong, stable, Zionist government committed to Israel as a national state for the Jewish people," he said.
"A president always defines his or her party, and today the Republican Party has taken a wrong turn, led by a serial self-promoter who has abandoned the bedrock principles of the GOP," wrote Weld, Walsh and Sanford.
The trio only won by default; there were no huge, stand out moments other than Yang promising to give $1,000 a month to 10 families for the next year.
It's a very close race, and a very expensive one, too. The candidates are polling within a margin of error of each other, and nearly $20 million has been spent to date.
The House will likely focus on legislation around gun policy and election security and the Senate, led by Republican Mitch McConnell, has a large group of judicial nominees waiting for approval.
The findings also reveal a relationship between media coverage of mass shootings and resulting legislative action.
Perhaps Washington Governor and 2020 dropout Jay Inslee has Washington D.C. in his future after all. Climate czar has a nice ring to it.