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.
A Department of Justice lawyer in every pot.
Does economic success deserve to be punished? The Democratic Party will have to answer in the coming primaries. Joe Biden is on the correct side of it.
Give the Republican Party control of the White House and Congress, and it's only a matter of time before Democrats discover the virtues of devolving authority to state and local governments.
Perhaps the biggest difference is how much trust the candidates place in individuals.
Democrats are happy to criticize the president's trade war—but many are tacitly endorsing the same protectionist views.
The leading candidates are even more hostile to free trade than Trump.
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Warren Wants 'Big, Structural Change' That Goes Beyond Anything Previous Democratic Administrations Have Proposed
Warren doesn't merely want to turn back the clock to the pre-Trump era. She wants to raise taxes and regulations far beyond the levels of the late Obama-Biden administration.
The 89-year-old former senator turned heads with his unique campaign strategy.
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Most Democratic candidates are to the left not just of Americans but of their own party.
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"The outsized power that the political parties hold can often be used in the wrong way to squelch our democracy and dissenting voices even within our own parties," says Gabbard.
Her brand of feminism has little appeal beyond a narrow band of white professional women.
The former hedge fund manager will likely face scrutiny over his massive wealth and previous business dealings.
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At the second Democratic debate, the presidential hopeful showed her affinity for executive action.
Several candidates seem to view profit as one of the biggest threats facing America.
"Working families should not have to pay the price for the president's reckless use of this tariff authority," says Rep. Stephanie Murphy, a Florida Democrat.
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Sen. Cory Booker's comments were in response to Sen. Bernie Sanders' public education plan, which targets charter schools.
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Harris Clarifies That She Does Not Support Prostitution Decriminalization, Would Use Executive Power To Toughen Gun Laws
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The presidential candidate suggested at the time that charter schools and traditional public schools can coexist.
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Ilhan Omar's Israel Remarks Prompt Politicians to Bicker Over Who the Real Bigots Are: Reason Roundup
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Just 18 percent of Americans have favorable views of socialism.
"This isn't a partisan issue," the Utah senator says. "This is a constitutional issue."
More than 200 Democrats-plus one Republican-co-sponsor a joint resolution against Trump's national emergency declaration.
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Congressional leaders have reached a compromise. But Trump will have the final say.
"Minnesota Nice" branding belies mean streak and temper, said staff. Will it harm her presidential chances?
There are more forms of hepatitis than there are major parties in America.
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It's time to admit that Venezuela's "21st century socialism" failed.
In 2019, it's liberals, not conservatives, who are holding the pill hostage for political gain.
You can't have it both ways.
Rep. Tom Reed says he was threatened with "consequences" as a result.
It all comes down to one man.
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