Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro is facing a mounting backlash -- and not just from Republicans -- for posting the names and employers of dozens of Trump campaign donors in the San Antonio area, even as the Texas congressman defends his actions.
Joe Biden staked out a centrist position on immigration, defending criminal penalties for illegal border crossings despite pressure from more liberal presidential candidates to treat those crossings as a civil matter.
Under his plan, he explains on his site, "all Americans would be required to serve their country for at least one year, with an option to serve for two. This requirement would apply to everyone upon turning 18, no exceptions." The only way mandatory national service would "unify" the teens of
Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is suing Google over complaints that the search engine censored her presidential campaign by suspending her advertising campaign for several hours last month.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders sit atop the field of Democratic presidential contenders among likely primary voters in New Hampshire, according to a new CNN poll conducted by the Univer
Peter Thiel rarely gives interviews, so when he does decide to answer a few questions from journalists, the media will pay rapt attention to what the notoriously conservative and Trump-supporting Silicon Valley expat has to say. The venture capitalist and
In a tweet on Tuesday, Yang said his freedom dividend would not only recognize work traditionally performed by women – like caregiving – but it would also allow them to leave exploitative jobs and relationships by giving them extra resources each month.
Medicare has become a buzzword so far in the 2020 race. Yet another important benefits program,Social Security, has largely been absent from the discussion. This roundup shows where the leading candidates stand on the program's future.