With President Donald Trump aggressively wooing Jewish voters amid dissent on the left over America’s support for Israel, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg hoped to carve out a middle ground for himself Sunday in South Florida while unveiling a new voter coalition in support of his presidential campaign.
Joe Biden says his central role in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial shows just how much Republicans want to avoid facing him in the upcoming election.
A week after his daughter, Jaime, was killed in the nation’s deadliest high school shooting, Fred Guttenberg got a call from Joe Biden.
Matthew Cox arrived at an Elizabeth Warren event here unsure of who he would support in the state’s upcoming caucuses, indicating he was still deciding among four Democratic presidential candidates: Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Andrew Yang and Warren.
Hillary Clinton has a few things to say about her former rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The day after Joe Biden announced he would not run for president in 2016, some supporters in Iowa did a surprising thing: They volunteered for their second-choice candidate — Bernie Sanders.
Pete Buttigieg will attend an important Martin Luther King Day celebration in South Carolina on Monday after Democrats in the state voiced concern that his absence from the event would be disrespectful to black voters there.
Michael Bloomberg requested and received a second extension for filing a personal financial disclosure report, meaning the public likely won’t see details about his assets until after the March 3 primaries that are the focus of his Democratic presidential campaign strategy.
For the senators running for president, Tuesday’s debate carried extra importance.
California Sen. Kamala Harris’s presidential campaign is over, but she could still find herself in the White House next year.
Democrat Sen. Cory Booker is ending his presidential campaign, he announced Monday morning, and will seek re-election to the U.S. Senate.
Michael Bloomberg said Saturday he’s willing to spend a lot of money — but “hopefully not” as much as $1 billion — to help any Democratic nominee defeat President Donald Trump, even if he loses the nomination.
Pete Buttigieg likes to invite “future former Republicans” and independent voters into the fold, and the fiercely independent people of New Hampshire seem to be open to that offer.
A couple of ultrawealthy New Yorkers are trying to turn the 2020 campaign into an expensive game of political football.
Democratic presidential candidates called for de-escalating tensions after Iran launched missiles at two Iraqi military bases that house U.S. forces.