Winning primaries in states where Democrats are unlikely to win an election has been a tried and tested strategy for candidates, including Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton.
Being Machiavellian doesn't necessarily mean you're a "bad" person, a psychologist told Newsweek on the anniversary of the statesman and writer's birth.
President Donald Trump's former chief of staff also jokingly told his successor to "run for it."
White House counselor said Democrats weren't talking about abortion rights before the midterms as "they tried that for so long and it backfired."
"There is going to be so much work to be done," Clinton said.
The Vermont senator said he backed Clinton after she became the Democrat candidate.
The Republican candidate takes shots as Iowa poll shows Cruz with lead.
Young voters, more likely to be in deep college debt, are an important part of the Democratic coalition.
Kardashian made the announcement on her Twitter to over 32 million followers.
The actress, who plays Big Boo on "Orange Is the New Black," has a feminist and LGBT activist history.
Former Secretary of State's email controversy leaves Democrats wondering whether she is right candidate for presidential nomination