Businessman Andrew Yang said at the Thursday Democratic debate that if Universal Basic Income were the law, he wouldn't be the only non-white presidential candidate on the stage.
#StandWithTulsi was a trending topic on Twitter during Thursday's Democratic debate, even though Representative Tulsi Gabbard was not present.
A quartet of political journalists from PBS NewsHour and Politico will oversee the sixth Democratic primary debate.
All seven candidates had threatened to boycott the event over a labor dispute between union workers and a subcontractor at the debate venue.
Tulsi Gabbard will be absent from the debate stage during Thursday's Democratic debate, after she did not meet the proper polling requirements.
The Harvard graduate, Rhodes Scholar and McKinsey veteran—who's also an actual veteran—has become more popular as prospective voters get to know him better, especially in Iowa and New Hampshire
Democratic strategists also told Newsweek that the impeachment of President Trump should be sidelined in Los Angeles tonight.
Congratulations for making it to the final Democratic debate of 2019.
Every Democratic candidate slated for the December 19 debate has promised to skip it unless Loyola Marymount University workers are given a fair shake in talks for a collective bargaining agreement.
The House Judiciary Committee are set to vote on the articles of impeachment this morning.
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.
Donald Trump should be more worried about more about rising sea levels than Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Health and drug laws continue to make appearances on the debate stages for the Democratic candidates. Here's a roundup of their statements with fact-checks on the costs of health care, drug laws, Roe v. Wade and more.
The hashtags #LetYangSpeak and #LetTulsiSpeak began to trend on Twitter after Yang and Gabbard received less than 10 minutes' speaking time.
The former vice president has failed to impress in the debates thus far, with a former Obama-aide commenting that Biden "kind of bumps along."
"Let's also talk about judgment, one of the foreign leaders you mentioned meeting was Bashar al-Assad," Buttigieg said to Gabbard. "I would not sit down with a murderous dictator like that."
Buttigieg emerged unscathed, Harris revived her flagging campaign, and Biden stumbled and fumbled.
Cory Booker mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for his resistance to decriminalizing marijuana by saying, "I thought you might have been high when you said it."
Fewer candidates may appear on stage in December due to higher qualifying thresholds set by the Democratic National Committee.
"Our Democratic Party is unfortunately not the party that is of, by and for the people," Gabbard said.
Senator Kamala Harris accused her political rival, Representative Tulsi Gabbard, of 'cozying up to Steve Bannon' and criticizing the Democratic party on Fox News.
It's the first time in this election cycle that a presidential debate will be moderated by an all-female panel.
Biden and Warren still lead the polls but since the last debate but since the fourth debate, Buttigieg has emerged as the rising candidate.
No single or dominant cause explains stagnating earnings or rising inequality in the US. Simplistic "silver bullet" policies would likely be ineffective, or even do more harm than good.
Here we are at debate number five. While this is starting to feel like a serious case of déjà vu, we promise tonight will be different with a target on Pete Buttigieg's back.
In a new clip from Showtime's 'The Circus,' the mayor of South Bend, Indiana believes the Democratic presidential race will come down to him and Elizabeth Warren.
The event will take place just over three months from the Iowa caucuses that are considered the first votes to elect the president.
Ryan stated that he felt that his campaign was somewhat successful, despite his withdrawal. He vowed to continue his fight for workers and education.
The poll found that support for Warren among Democratic voters remained unchanged after Tuesday's debate, despite several shots across the bow in her direction.