The frontrunners of the 2020 Democratic primary have both polled better against Trump than Clinton did at this time in 2016.
A bill proposed by the Republican Maryland Senate minority leader would allow Gov. Larry Hogan to declare a state of emergency if a community hit a set homicide rate.
Joe Biden received a spate of endorsements on Monday as Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg dropped out—including backing from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Former primary candidate O'Rourke said America "should be able to do far better" than Biden earlier in the campaign.
The 39-year-old challenger of the incumbent senator held a 14-point lead in a poll released before official campaign launch last year.
The Vermont senator had a clear lead among several demographics, but was only two points ahead of Biden among black voters.
The survey by Ipsos found that a plurality of boomers felt their generation had a positive impact on modern American society.
Democratic voters also had more faith in the Vermont senator beating President Donald Trump than they did for any other candidate in the field.
The Massachusetts senator also told the audience at her CNN town hall that she was willing to contest the Democratic convention if she was behind on delegates.
State Rep. Todd Rutherford identified Tom Steyer as the "greatest threat" to a Biden victory in South Carolina on Saturday.
Robert Barnett said jabs at the Vermont senator could be a "detriment" to the Democratic Party's 2020 ticket.
A majority of polled Democrats said the Vermont senator was best-placed to be the candidate to unify the party, despite suggestions that he would be divisive.
The Vermont senator was backed by 24 percent of poll respondents while Joe Biden was down 15 points from his September rating.
Rod Brownstein of CNN suggested that President Trump would use supposed bias against him to ignore the Supreme Court if he wins a second term.
Patrisse Cullors said the former vice president was part of an "old establishment" and needed to make way for "new leadership" in the Democratic party.
Sanders told CNN that he believed the former president would play a "vigorous" role in the 2020 campaign.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Donald Trump was trying to "dismiss threats" to U.S. democracy.
The former New York City mayor has seen his polling with black primary voters jump two points despite controversy around his past remarks on stop-and-frisk.
Neal Katyal said the country had a "robust tradition of law" and suggested it would "find a way to catch up" with the president
The new poll found the Vermont senator was the only Democratic primary candidate to beat Donald Trump in a hypothetical head-to-head.
A progressive polling firm found the Vermont senator had a huge lead among Hispanic likely caucus-goers in the state.
The billionaire visited the Las Vegas church on Sunday to address the congregation about issues facing the black community, his campaign said.
The former Democratic primary frontrunner was on the campaign stump in Nevada yesterday, visiting Las Vegas and a Henderson college campus.
The president's eldest son also said he believed his father's critics would say the president had dementia if he mixed up states.
The former New York City mayor was called "condescending" and an "enormous clown" over his assessment of what it takes to farm.
The president's eldest son suggested the former New York City mayor did not have a "real following" and had to buy support.
The co-founder of an anti-Trump group wrote in a Washington Post op-ed that there was no one better than Attorney General William Barr at predicting the president's whims.
The New York representative said people needed to "slow down a bit" on criticising changes to bail rules in the state that sparked controversy.
Santa Ana Police Department and Orange County Sheriff's Department told local news it would not support or participate in ICE enforcement of immigration laws.
The Vermont senator came 14 points ahead of the president when voters were asked if they admired their characters.