Joe Biden's campaign offered a warning to the former vice president's 2020 Democratic primary rivals after Thursday night’s debate: “Attacking Joe Biden is not the way to advance yourself in the polls.”
Those are some of the words one could use to describe what House Democrats are doing when it comes to impeachment.
President Trump told Republican lawmakers Thursday that "sometime this year," he will announce a "substantial tax cut for middle-income folks who work so hard."
If he’s elected to the White House, Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey would become the nation’s first vegan president.
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., elicited laughs during Thursday night's debate by comparing President Trump to the "really small dude" in "The Wizard of Oz."
Protests erupted late into Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate, interrupting former Vice President Joe Biden moments before he delivered a heartfelt response about his personal hardships.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg suggested during Thursday night's debate that those who back President Trump and his immigration policies are “supporting racism."
Arguing for a mandatory buyback of assault weapons, Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke declared during Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate that “hell yes, we are going to take your AR-15, AK-47.”
Former Vice President Joe Biden drew instant ridicule for making the stunning claim during Thursday night's debate that "non-violent" criminals should not be jailed -- an assertion his campaign later had to walk back.
Former Vice President Joe Biden mocked "socialist" Bernie Sanders at Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate for having "confidence in corporate America" when it comes to his sweeping "Medicare-for-All" health care plan.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren appeared to take some indirect jabs at Democratic presidential campaign rival and front-runner Joe Biden on Saturday.
Long-shot Democratic presidential contender Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio declined to elaborate Saturday on his claim earlier this week that former Vice President Joe Biden “is declining."
President Trump announced Saturday that he had canceled planned secret meetings at Camp David with Taliban and Afghan leaders after the Taliban claimed responsibility for a car bombing that killed a U.S. soldier, a Romanian soldier, and 10 civilians in Kabul earlier this week.
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., claimed Saturday that she didn't hear an audience member at a New Hampshire town hall Friday call President Trump "mentally retarded" and apologized for laughing after the comment.
The US Embassy in Harare, Zimbabwe deleted a tweet praising the late Prime Minister Robert Mugabe after users called out his controversial human rights record.
Sen. Cory Booker acknowledges his poll numbers aren’t popping, and that’s just fine with the Democratic presidential candidate from New Jersey.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said Friday he is “willing to take an arrow” as he pushed back on the National Rifle Association and joined calls for strengthened background checks in the state in the wake of a number of mass shootings.
It’s a line former vice president Joe Biden uses repeatedly on the campaign trail as he jabs at the man he hopes to replace in the White House, President Trump. But as the front-runner in the Democratic nomination race addressed thousands of party activists at the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s annual convention, he had what he termed a ‘Freudian slip’
Arizona Democratic Senate hopeful Mark Kelly accused the state’s GOP of dabbling in “dangerous” rhetoric after it sent out an email promising to stop him “dead in his tracks” in a fundraising email.
Attempts to ban flavored tobacco in California died in the legislature in part over concerns about impeding on a Middle East tradition.