Bernie Sanders, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg and Kirsten Gillibrand hail from all over the country and fall across the spectrum of Democratic politics. But they’re linked by the latest test in the Democratic presidential primary: All decided to participate in Fox News town halls.
"We don't need saviors. We need people that are going to understand and work with us"
The most underappreciated rule in the Democratic presidential primary race is the 15 percent threshold. To get any delegates from a congressional district in a caucus or primary, the candidate must win at least 15 percent of the vote. The same 15 percent threshold applies for at-large delegates.
From Elizabeth Warren's free college plan to Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All proposal, here's a guide to the 2020 presidential candidates' big ideas.
He is the 21st Democrat to enter the race and the second from Colorado.
The calendar may say 2019, but the 2020 Democratic primary is already in full swing. The party currently has 22 (soon expected to be 23) candidates officially running, with others possibly in the wings — a field that’s enormous by historical standards.
A recent poll found the majority of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents remained undecided on their choice for next year's Democratic presidential primary.
Although the 2020 presidential election is still well over a year away, there are 20 Democrats running. In the GOP, the only candidate said to be running besides President Donald Trump is former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) says “every American should be concerned” about the rising federal deficit. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has detailed how she would raise enough in new tax revenue to pay for her proposals for universal child care and tuition-free college.
After Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joined Fox News for a town hall in front of a television audience of millions, others hoping to defeat President Donald Trump in 2020 are following suit.
President Donald Trump says he has a feeling about how the 2020 Democratic presidential primary will turn out. In a Tuesday evening tweet, he predicted that the Democratic nominee would be wither Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders or former Vice President Joe Biden.
President Trump delivered his second State of the Union speech on Tuesday, imploring lawmakers to "break decades of political stalemate" and "heal old wounds" just weeks after the longest government shutdown in history.
President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday night, a speech that was, in equal measure, surprisingly bipartisan and deeply divisive -- reflective of the deep contradictions that sit at the heart of his presidency.
The president stepped into uncharted territory as he prepared to address Congress. It was Jan. 8, 1790, the dawn of a new era of politics and government in the United States. George Washington, the first president of the new nation, had arrived by carriage at Federal Hall in New York, the temporary capital, to deliver a speech to the First Congress.
Democrats prepare to welcome President Trump into their House for the first time in his presidency.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday night will give his second State of the Union address, one week after he originally was invited to deliver it but didn't because of the longest-ever government shutdown.
President Trump is delivering the State of the Union address Tuesday, February 5. The address to Congress comes a week after the speech was initially scheduled on January 29. Mr. Trump agreed to postpone the speech at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's request, until after the partial government shutdown was over. The 35-day shutdown ended Jan. 25.
After President Donald Trump finishes his State of the Union address, Stacey Abrams will have a turn in the national spotlight when she delivers the Democratic response.
President Donald Trump's annual State of the Union address is poised to deliver the kind of irresistible prime-time drama that its sporting equivalent, a snoozer Super Bowl, lacked.
To prepare for the State of the Union, we've taken a look at the President's recent rhetoric and the facts around the topics he may touch on. Watch live on CNN at 9 p.m. ET.