The fall of Biden would mean the Democratic Party’s best hope to prevent a Bernie Sanders nomination is Pete Buttigieg. That should worry Democrats.
The apparent malfunctioning of a new app, meant to transmit vote totals, threw the Iowa caucus in disarray. And this benefited some more than others
Despite lagging well behind “Mayor Pete” in the delegate hunt in Iowa, former Vice President Joe Biden appears to be growing his status on Wall Street. Biden has raised $1.7 million from Democratic donors within the securities and investment industry, while Pete Buttigieg — another Wall Street favorite — is second with $1.4 million based
Former Vice President Joe Biden pledged to continue his quest for the Democrat nomination on Monday after anecdotal evidence suggested a poor showing in the Iowa Caucuses.
By day’s end, tens of thousands of Democrats will have participated in the famed Iowa caucuses, the premiere of more than 50 contests that will unfold over the next five months.
Republicans may not have a corner on technology, but they definitely know their data and digital media
Now that the impeachment farce is finished, and the president is acquitted, the Democratic Party has nothing left but futile gestures to mask its fatal political miscalculation. All that’s left is a broken Nancy Pelosi shredding her remaining dignity by ripping up the president’s State of the Union speech. All that’s left is poor Joe
"After South Carolina, then this discussion will change if he doesn't show a dramatic change," Democratic megadonor Alan Patricof told CNBC.
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WESTMORELAND, N.H.– Rick Merkt was showing me around his 150-acre yard, which includes a mountain, when his neighbor Woody came along in a Subaru and stopped to chat.Merkt and I had been discussing the state of the Democratic presidential primary race in the wake of former vice president Joe Biden’s dismal performance in the Iowa [
The results from the Iowa caucus are still shrouded in mystery but one thing is becoming clear: it was not Joe Biden’s night.
The poll, released on Wednesday, shows Sanders with 22 percent support among likely Democratic primary and caucus voters.