At his New Mexico rally, President Donald Trump reprised his "Pocahontas" nickname for Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Sanders in 2016 said the Working Families Party was "the closest thing" to "my vision of democratic socialism."
"Confirmation is not exoneration, and these newest revelations are disturbing," Warren said. "Like the man who appointed him, Kavanaugh should be impeached."
The Democratic presidential candidate said that he trusts "the American people to make that decision for themselves."
"I saw this woman talking to someone, and I was just captivated," Mann said of the first time he met Warren.
Biden and Warren will square off for the first time since 2005, when they clashed in a Senate hearing room.
"You know, maybe the CEO of Bank of America should've gotten in more trouble instead of [getting] a bonus," Charles Payne said.
Ahead of Thursday night's Democratic debate where the economy will likely be a major focal point, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin singled out 2020 Democratic hopeful and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Calling out the president for his racist rhetoric isn't enough. We need concrete policies to address the harm he's done to our country.
What many Americans may not realize is the indisputable link between today's most critical issues and what's happening in our broken youth justice system.
Elizabeth Warren is still a top choice among Democratic students, coming in second after Bernie Sanders.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, who regularly leads candidate preference polls within the Democratic Party, trails Warren with a 71 percent favorability rating.
A Monmouth University poll released in late August showed a virtual three-way tie nationally among Biden, Warren and Sanders.
"You can't begrudge something that someone has done at an earlier point if they decide to move in a direction that I personally think is very positive," Yang said of Warren.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren continues surging toward the top of the Democratic presidential contenders but former Vice President Joe Biden still holds onto an increasingly narrow polling lead.
Here's a handy summary of what we know so far about each candidate's plan.
The next time you hear Senator Elizabeth Warren, listen for the echo of liberal totalitarianism. It has led to Democrats' downfall before.
"I'm just gonna be me. And she'll be her," Biden said on Wednesday. "Let people make their judgments. I have great respect for her."
Having a child is "the single best predictor that a woman will end up in financial collapse," Warren wrote in a 2003 book with her daughter.
All of the Democratic Party's top 2020 contenders would defeat President Donald Trump in the general election, according to a new poll.
President Donald Trump complained that his rally crowd sizes are never reported and accused the media of inflating the numbers of those at Senator Elizabeth Warren's events.
The hypothetical outcomes are promising for the presidential hopefuls, a symbol that former Vice President Joe Biden is not the only candidate who could win over the general electorate to defeat Trump.
"If you give Trump a tool to equalize the playing field, which is what this does, he will do exactly what he did to Hillary Clinton," Republican consultant Dan Hazelwood said.
Warren made clear on Sunday that she will not allow President Donald Trump to disrespect her on the debate stage.
Warren's photo showed her at George Washington University, where she attended before leaving to get married. Warren picked her education back up at the University of Houston.
"Liberal voters are starting to cast about for a candidate they can identify with," wrote Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. "Moderate voters, who have been paying less attention, seem to be expressing doubts about Biden."
Warren and Sanders are top contenders for the Democratic nomination and are neck and neck for support from college-aged voters.
"I'm sorry for harm that I have caused," were some of the 2020 hopeful's first words after taking the stage at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
While former Vice President Joe Biden may be reigning in the polls, the Democratic electorate is far from tethered to their first choice.
A new Fox News poll showed Trump losing to Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in head-to-head matchups.