2020 election

Bernie Sanders still dominates 2020 fundraising

Bernie Sanders, a one-time political insurgent, has cemented his role as the fundraising frontrunner of the 2020 Democratic field -- as many of his rivals report pulling in just a fraction of the $18.2 million the Vermont senator collected during the first 41 days of his presidential campaign.

Jay Inslee's town hall: 6 takeaways

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who is proudly running for President with a laser-like focus on climate change, entered the CNN town hall stage on Wednesday with a goal: Let voters know that he has a broader record than the key issue he has staked his campaign on.

Moderate Democrats see path for Biden

Before Joe Cunningham won his race to represent the South Carolina Lowcountry, a coastal House district not held by a Democrat in nearly 40 years, former Vice President Joe Biden endorsed him, campaigned for him -- and picked up his tab for fried chicken and a jalapeño-flecked waffle at Page's Okra Grill in Mount Pleasant.

Elizabeth Warren: 'I am not a' Democratic Socialist

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren said Saturday that she is not a Democratic Socialist, drawing a line between herself and her Senate colleague and 2020 opponent Bernie Sanders whose views draw frequent comparisons between the two.

Bernie Sanders returns to Iowa as 2020 bid ramps up

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday night returned to Iowa -- and the fiery form that characterized his last presidential bid -- at his first campaign event since a pair of homecoming rallies last weekend in Brooklyn and Chicago.

Cory Booker to re-introduce marijuana legalization bill

Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey will re-introduce legislation Thursday to legalize marijuana at the federal level, continuing to highlight an issue that has already garnered unprecedented attention in the early stages of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary.

Biden to showcase foreign policy credentials ahead of 2020 decision

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday returned to a familiar place on the world stage in his role as a "citizen," assuring political leaders and security experts gathered in Germany that the US should remain committed to its allies despite a perception that the country is "pulling away from the world and our leadership responsibilities."