The president focused more on mocking people than discussing policy or the future of his administration during a rally.
The Senate Majority Leader scheduled a banking reform bill for consideration this week, effectively delaying a debate on gun control in Congress's upper chamber as much of the country turns to Capitol Hill for stricter firearms regulations.
The bill rolls back some regulations from the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which placed restrictions on banks in the wake of the financial crisis.
The senator says Congress needs to protect 200,000 who sought safety in the U.S.
Nevertheless, she persisted—but will she challenge Donald Trump in 2020?
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.
Trump, the oldest president to be inaugurated in the U.S., is only five years younger than Sanders.
"I take it as a personal insult," a professor and Navajo Nation citizen told Newsweek.
Sanders now has two popular Democrats co-sponsoring his single-payer bill. Whether this will inspire other Democrats to hop on board remains to be seen.
Bernie Sanders remains locked in a battle to transform the Democratic Party.
The figure wears her signature eyeglasses “to see through the GOP’s bull.”
Sanders, the independent senator from Vermont, said, “This is not a health care bill. This was a bill that provided $300 billion in tax breaks to the wealthiest 2 percent.”
The Massachusetts senator said the U.S. president scapegoated minorities on the campaign trail.
A new poll found Bernie Sanders is still really popular in Vermont—but not as well-liked as he once was.
"We don’t have those votes," said Warren. "So what we have to do is count on people all around this country to make their voices heard.”
Users are posting photos of Mother Teresa, Malala Yousafzai and other iconic women after Republicans silenced the Massachusetts senator.
Warren and others are criticizing Trump for a lack of diversity—both gender and racial—in his Cabinet picks.
The former Boston Red Sox pitcher is taking dead aim at Elizabeth Warren’s Senate seat.
Warren said Stumpf should "give back his salary and be criminally investigated."