Now that GOP senators are coming out in support of legalization, Democrats may be playing a game of catch-up that could have consequences at the polls.
Sanders and the woman had a confrontation over childcare.
Several potential 2020 presidential contenders in the Senate are now co-sponsors of the Marijuana Justice Act.
Amazon has some critical politicians eyeing the business in Washington D.C.
President Donald Trump has maintained an unusual silence in the wake of Stormy Daniels' revelations about their alleged affair.
The Vermont senator's campaign did not admit fault despite paying a fine to the FEC.
Benjamin Thomas Wolf, a former FBI agent and current adjunct professor at Chicago's Roosevelt University, is hoping to become Illinois' first "Cannabis Congressman."
The Vermont senator denied Russia's efforts helped his campaign, despite the special counsel's recent indictment.
Biden did not run for president in 2016 because he and his family were grieving over the death of their son.
The paper has apologized for the column, which said Jewish people control Congress and want to punish Puerto Rico for its debt because they care so much about money.
Sanders has long advocated for equal pay, and it was one of the major planks of his presidential campaign platform.
"I think my generation needs to get the hell out of politics," the former DNC chair said.
Forget the War on Christmas, Mitch McConnell has a new battle on his hands.
The Vermont senator tells Trump to "keep your promise" not to slash entitlements, which he warns the GOP will gut next.
The greater New York area has many high-profile politicians who may consider a 2020 bid—after Americans got a choice between two New Yorkers in 2016.
President Donald Trump's approval rating reached a historic low this week, but one betting website still has him as the front-runner to win re-election in 2020.