In new audio released, Warren told Sanders after Tuesday's debate, "You called me a liar on national TV." Sanders replied "You called me a liar."
After the first Democratic debate of 2020, the candidates shook hands—except for Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Iran blamed "human error" in the shooting down of a Ukrainian Boeing 737-800 jetliner that killed all 176 aboard. Iranian spokespeople previously blamed a fire that started in the jet's engine.
"Hats off to Mitch McConnell for playing this very well. We'll take the trial up next week," Graham said.
On Wednesday, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar said that the recent events in the Middle East gave her PTSD. Congressman Jim Banks later mocked her for it.
The Boeing 737 was bound for Ukraine and was reported to be carrying 176 passengers and crew.
President Donald Trump's official Twitter account retweeted a meme, showing a piece of dog feces with a fake Bernie Sanders sign planted in it.
Stephen Miller appeared on the Fox Business program 'Trish Regan Primetime' the same day Jewish Democratic House members sent a letter to the White House calling for his resignation.
In a tweet published Monday night, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii announced that she would rather meet with people in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
After a viral video showed Buttigieg telling an activist "no" when asked to reveal donors—and criticism from Elizabeth Warren—the South Bend Mayor announced he'll now be more transparent about big-money contributions.
At approximately 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, a shooting was reported at Hawaii's Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. The base remains on lockdown.
Andrew Duncan, identified as a "producer and activist" by journalist Yashar Ali, bought 300 seats for Chinese pro-democracy activists to protest at NBA game.
At the CNN LGBTQ Town Hall for the 2020 Democratic candidates for president, Elizabeth Warren had harsh words for a hypothetical man against gay marriage.
The New England Patriots released Antonio Brown on Friday after the wide receiver was accused of raping his former trainer last week.
The Grady Goat Foundation is raising money for the Global Offensive Against Trafficking — also known as Project GOAT.
Michael Reynolds was staying at an Airbnb in Nashville in July 2018 when he got drunk and broken into a neighbor's house.
On Friday's episode of "Varney and Co." on Fox Business, Tomi Lahren invoked the Second Amendment as a possible response to "open borders."
In a statement Thursday, Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow said the university would donate the unused portion of Jeffrey Epstein's donations to victims' organizations.
Seth Dunlap, host of New Orleans station WWL-AM's "The Last Lap," wrote an essay about the recent controversy over Saints quarterback Drew Brees' relationship with Focus on the Family.
Police in Long Beach, California are renegotiating their contracts, and one provision would require the city to tell officers when someone requests their public records.
The singer's iconic "Hi, How Are You" album cover found its way to murals, t-shirts and more; the singer was adored by many cult icons.
Judge Aaron Persky was recalled in 2018 after outrage over the light sentence he handed to Brock Turner, a Stanford swimmer convicted of sexually assaulting a woman.
"Man, I want to apologize, I don't know if me passing will bring y'all comfort for the pain and suffering I caused y'all," Mark Anthony Soliz said.
"I don't like the symbolism of the Taliban coming to Camp David," Jesse Watters said.
On Monday, speaking to reporters about the Turnberry scandal, the president vowed to release a report on his personal finances.
"Axiom's End," an alternate history science fiction novel, comes out from St. Martin's Press in summer 2020.
A new exposé by Ronan Farrow alleges that the MIT Media Lab worked to keep Epstein's donations off the books.
Sgt. 1st Class Elis A. Barreto Ortiz, 34, from Morovis, Puerto Rico, was killed Thursday after an improvised explosive device in a vehicle detonated in Kabul.
The FREE Players Drum and Bugle Corps, the first differently abled drum and bugle corps in the world, played at the world championships Labor Day weekend.
Officers Stephen Martinsen, 29, and Thomas Dowling, 26, of Asbury Park, New Jersey are accused of slashing the tires and smashing out the windows of Ernest Mignoli's two cars.