A new poll from Morning Consult/Politico found that 57 percent of registered voters think the Senate should hear from additional witnesses during the president's impeachment trial.
The Vermont senator also said any Supreme Court nominee would have to be "100 percent" in favour of the Roe v. Wade decision.
The Minnesota senator told Reuters going head-to-head against President Donald Trump "without some animation" or humor would be a problem.
The former South Bend mayor was on stage in Des Moines, Iowa as his supporters responded with chants of "USA! USA!"
The Vermont senator said Warren is a "very good friend" of his and insisted the two will "continue to work together."
"Wow! Crazy Bernie Sanders is surging in the polls, looking very good against his opponents in the Do Nothing Party," Trump tweeted.
Andrew Yang, the only candidate of color in the December debate, struggled to qualify this time around.
"A politics of conscience is still yet possible. And yes...love will prevail," Williamson wrote in a message to supporters.
While among the most ambitious plans to tackle inequality beyond income, Elizabeth Warren's tax proposal has produced research casting doubt on some of its largest promises.
A new forecast launched by FiveThirtyEight also gave the former vice president a 38 percent chance of winning the most state delegates.
Trump won Ohio in 2016, and his 2020 campaign is giving the Buckeye State attention.
"I think Senator McConnell finally has an opponent who will outraise him," McGrath's campaign manager told Newsweek.
Although Trump won Michigan in 2016, the five leading Democratic candidates perform better than the president in Michigan, according to a poll released Wednesday.
Jerome Powell, chair of the Federal Reserve, said at a press conference he sensed a "mood of concern, or it's a mood of angst, about growth going forward."
"If Donald Trump is as beloved as he claims, what are they afraid of?" Bill Weld, one of Trump's GOP challengers, told Newsweek.
Polls must be released before Friday at midnight in order to count for primary qualification, so candidates have just days to surge in several surveys.
The statement was in response to a participant concerned about "forced tapering," the premature or otherwise aggressive removal of opioid patients from their medications.
From Brexit to Donald Trump to the tech backlash, values drove the 2010s, and mastering them will be key to success in the decade ahead.
The former vice president's comments in 1998 have resurfaced as he faces criticism over his support for the 2003 Iraq War.
Requiring undocumented immigrants to have to learn to speak English in order to become citizens is not part of Joe Biden's formal immigration platform, however.
The independent Vermont senator is turning up the heat on his criticisms of former Vice President Joe Biden as the start of the 2020 Democratic primary season looms in February.
Morning Consult found the former vice president had a six point lead over the commander-in-chief in a hypothetical head-to-head.
The former HUD secretary said he was "proud" to endorse the senator and join her fight for "big, structural change."
The 2020 candidate and Afghanistan War veteran also questioned if the Trump administration had fully considered the consequences of killing General Qassem Soleimani.
The South Bend mayor told CNN anyone he appointed to administration posts would be "qualified" for their position.
Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg said the U.S. needs "more immigrants," not fewer—and that a border wall doesn't make sense in any case.
Liberal voters in New Hampshire have been gravitating away from Warren for Sanders since November, when she was leading the field with 31 percent.
The left's outlook is radically different from—and deeply hostile toward—the classic definitions of American liberty and history.
The former tech entrepreneur raked in $16.5 million in campaign contributions in the final three months of 2019.