A new poll finds that a plurality of California voters disapprove of Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) after a period of sustained progressive criticism.
As Democratic leaders have backed Israel's "right to defend itself," a vocal faction of the party has slammed Israel's treatment of Palestinians.
The Democratic congresswoman said violence and oppression of Palestinians has been "enabled and supported" by Israel's prime minister.
"Of course there are laws that some people may consider as favoring Jews—it's a Jewish state," Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, a deputy mayor of Jerusalem, said.
"The United States must speak out strongly against the violence," Sanders tweeted on Saturday.
"Raise your wages. Pay decent benefits," Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted, describing it as a "simple solution."
"The domino effects of student debt burdens and loan servicing problems are holding back the upcoming generation," Cordray wrote in his 2020 book, "Watchdog."
Earlier this week, Bush supported a "historic" vote to defund the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
"Nothing says 'betraying' your country like...paid family leave, pre-k & school meals," the Minnesota congresswoman tweeted sarcastically.
"We progressives refer to you as a victim of Stockholm Syndrome," Olbermann tweeted in response to the senator's rebuttal of President Joe Biden's address to Congress.
Rattner's comments come on the morning after President Joe Biden delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress.
The Democratic lawmaker said activists were not getting enough credit for pushing progressive causes.
Representative Jamaal Bowman responded to the president's joint address of Congress with an outline of progressives agenda to 'rebuild our nation with a new foundation."
Representative Jamaal Bowman, a New York Democrat and member of the Squad, on his first three months in office and why he doesn't mind being called a socialist.
Bodycam footage released on Thursday shows a police officer in Chicago shooting the 13-year-old boy.
"Congress needs to continue the successful cash policies that have gotten us to this point," said Adam Ruben, director of Economic Security Project Action.
Woodson said he hopes that white people will push back against efforts by today's civil rights activists and the NAACP.
Cruz argued that people of color, who are "often the victims of murder, the victims of violence," would be the ones to suffer the most if police in the country were abolished.
"There's no justification for killing someone over expired plates. There's no justification to mention damage to property before the damage police killings inflict on Black America," Bowman tweeted Monday.
"We're dumping billions of dollars into a bloated Pentagon budget," the Washington Democrat tweeted.
Biden will fulfill a promise he made on the campaign trail on Friday and sign an executive order establishing a commission to study whether to expand the Supreme Court.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee said there's "no place left for a pro-life, pro-gun, Christian" like himself in the Democrat Party, noting that he voted for Donald Trump twice.
There's nothing progressive about leaving these people to fend for themselves. Nobody has the silver bullet to ending this crime wave, but you can't solve a problem you can't even bring yourself to acknowledge.
Murphy also tweeted and deleted a racist attack against Kamala Harris last October, writing that she "was only picked for her color and her race."
Although he previously expressed opposition to the idea, the president has now asked his education secretary to prepare a memo to determine whether the administration has the legal authority to cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debt.
Progressive lawmakers have proposed pushing through a $10 trillion infrastructure package instead.
"Needs to be way bigger," the progressive congresswoman said, adding that the money is spread out over 10 years, while the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan is for this year alone, with some provisions lasting two years.
The federal minimum wage has not been raised in more than a decade, but Democrats are pushing to increase it to $15 an hour.
The president's approval rating has reportedly climbed 8 points since Inauguration Day.
As the West Virginia senator has called for more bipartisanship on the For the People Act, he does not feel that a more progressive candidate would pose a challenge for him.