As Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate in Nevada neared its end, protesters interrupted former Vice President Joe Biden during his closing remarks.
Michael Bloomberg had a lot of bad moments in his first debate as a Democratic candidate for president. He had little to say when Elizabeth Warren slammed him for having called some women, at various times in the past, "fat broads" and "horse-faced lesbians." He seemed conflicted about stop-and-frisk. He was weak when confronted with his practice of making some women who worked for him sign non-disclosure agreements.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts did not win Wednesday’s Democratic primary debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.
If Sen. Lindsey Graham gets his way, the federal government will launch another attack on online privacy. The South Carolina Republican will ask lawmakers to give Attorney General William Barr and the Department of Justice unchecked access to all of your messaging, file-sharing, and video-sharing tools. That is bad news for just about everyone and a nightmare for those who value digital privacy.
The Republican Party is putting Bernie Sanders at the center of every 2020 campaign, with senior GOP strategists confident the socialist front-runner for the Democratic nomination is the ticket to a November sweep, whether he is the nominee or not.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar confronted Pete Buttigieg about his responses and lack of federal experience during the Nevada debate on Wednesday night.
At Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate, Mike Bloomberg absolutely savaged Bernie Sanders’s support for socialism. It was beautiful to watch. But parts of the former New York City mayor’s economic argument could have been more clearly-articulated.
Apparently, when you fund Democrats you get held to different standards — and get to play by different rules.
At the final debate before the Nevada caucuses, Elizabeth Warren inexplicably but highly effectively eviscerated Michael Bloomberg, the ascendant billionaire who bought his way to third place in the Democratic presidential primary, for his storied record of sexist statements and multiple nondisclosure agreements designed to silence female subordinates. In fact, the majority of the debate's first hour centered a circular firing squad on Bloomberg rather than the front-runner, Bernie Sanders,...
Candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination clashed on the debate stage in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
The truest statement of the first half of the Democratic debate Wednesday night came when Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts defended Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota for not knowing the name of the president of Mexico.