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.
Student debt and the cost of higher education have already emerged as prevalent topics among 2020 presidential candidates.
Capitalism vs. socialism is a passionate argument—but a dumb one. Here's why.
Advocates say that postal banking systems would help low-income individuals and communities of color. 2012 data from Pew found that African-Americans are 105 percent highter to use payday loans than other races and ethincities.
"The bottom line: Republicans sold the tax scam as a way to create jobs and help workers. They lied," Bernie Sanders tweeted
Elizabeth Warren is in third place among 2020 Democratic candidates, according to a poll by Fox News.
Republican strategists told The New York Times that they wish Trump would stop his attacks on Joe Biden, arguing that it only elevates the presidential candidate.
"We're talking about economic brutality. We're talking about some of the most powerful people in the world...they see a real profit center in going after desperate people."
"Was it too male? Yes. Was it too white? Yes."
"Look, Beto O'Rourke isn't a young Bernie Sanders. He's more like a young Joe Biden," Brad Bannon, a Democratic strategist, told Newsweek.
Sanders has yet to declare his intention to run for president in 2020, telling reporters last week that he would "make that decision when I think it's appropriate."
A new report found that the Russia influence campaign aimed to stop African-American voters and supporters of Bernie Sanders from voting.
Scalise, who was critically wounded during the 2017 Congressional baseball shooting, informed a very disappointed Mark Levin that Senator Bernie Sanders reached out to him immediately after the incident.
When asked about 2020, Jane O'Meara Sanders said, "Who can beat Donald Trump? That has to be the primary goal. To win. We think you win by a very strong progressive commitment."
"Modeling the climate is an extremely complicated science that is never exact," the White House press secretary told reporters on Tuesday.
"The wrongful revocation of these credentials violates CNN and Acosta's First Amendment rights of freedom of the press, and their Fifth Amendment rights to due process," CNN wrote in a statement released on Tuesday morning.
Words came in Hannity's opening monolog on Thursday.
"The president has condemned violence in all forms" since day one, Sanders said. She added that he believes "everyone has a role to play."
"The President, and especially the White House Press Secretary, should understand their words matter. Thus far, they have shown no comprehension of that," CNN President Jeff Zucker said.
The White House press secretary retweeted an article about rumors of a Hillary Clinton 2020 presidential run, writing "Christmas coming early this year?"
"Saudi Arabia is, and has always been, a despotic dictatorship in which dissent is not tolerated," Sanders said.