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Klobuchar is a cop too, though it took a little longer for her record to catch up with her.
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Activists urge Klobuchar to suspend her presidential campaign.
The moderators didn't see ask Elizabeth Warren about her position on the USMCA, which does a serious disservice to prospective voters.
Fellow Democratic candidates took aim over how Warren plans to pay for all the "free" stuff she's promising, her policy in the Middle East, and her thoughts on Trump's Twitter account.
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The presidential contenders hyped the "epidemic" of gun violence and the threat posed by school shootings while perpetuating myths about "assault weapons," background checks, and the Second Amendment.
Michigan and Flint authorities thought switching water providers would be a great job stimulus program.
Those who disagree with Elizabeth Warren's economics tried really hard not to say so during the Dems' first presidential debate
The one potential holdout? Joe "gateway drug" Biden.
From high-speed rail to rural broadband, Klobuchar's supposedly bold policy framework reads like a retread of policies pushed by Democrats and Trump.
'Social Justice'–Touting Bill Weld Has Kind Words for Fellow Ex-Prosecutors Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar
The possible presidential contender has come a long way since his tough-on-crime speech at the 1992 Republican National Convention, but he's still emphasizing his U.S. attorney past.
The Minnesota senator says the national debt constrains policymaking, giving the rare impression of a candidate who has actually thought things through.
"Minnesota Nice" branding belies mean streak and temper, said staff. Will it harm her presidential chances?