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Sanders fires back after Biden partially adopts his free college plan: 'We have to go much further'

By Gregg Re

Former Vice President Joe Biden announced Sunday he would adopt portions of two proposals from Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren concerning free public college and bankruptcy, respectively, in an apparent bid to win over their supporters hours before Biden and Sanders were set to square off in the first one-on-one debate of the Democrats' primary season.

Sanders' win in Nevada reinforces his front-runner status, draws more attacks from rivals

By Paul Steinhauser

Bernie Sanders' victory in Nevada – following a win last week in New Hampshire and a draw with Pete Buttigieg in Iowa - instantly elicited incoming fire from his top rivals for the Democratic nomination. And it made already nervous moderate and establishment Democrats even more jittery over the prospect of a Sanders nomination.

Sanders' win in Nevada reinforces his front-runner status, draws more attacks from rivals

By Paul Steinhauser

Bernie Sanders' victory in Nevada – following a win last week in New Hampshire and a draw with Pete Buttigieg in Iowa - instantly elicited incoming fire from his top rivals for the Democratic nomination. And it made already nervous moderate and establishment Democrats even more jittery over the prospect of a Sanders nomination.

Chris Wallace on Warren's super PAC 'about-face': 'Not exactly a big moral stand'

By Victor Garcia

"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace and Democratic strategist Marie Harf commented on Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren flip-flopping on super PACs, or Political Action Committees, saying Saturday this isn't the first time she has altered her policies.

Warren on Bloomberg's 3 NDA agreements: How many other women are 'muzzled?'

By Marisa Schultz

Sen. Elizabeth Warren rejected Michael Bloomberg's announcement Friday that he'll allow three female employees who complained about him to speak up, blasting the billionaire for not being more transparent. 

Democracy 2020 Digest: Warren won't disavow new super PAC, after years decrying them

By Paul Steinhauser

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is reversing her position on opposing support from outside groups such as super PACs. The progressive senator from Massachusetts had long spoken out against such organizations -- but as she attempts to mount a comeback for the nomination after disappointing third- and fourth-places finishes in the Iowa caucuses and last week’s primary in neighboring New Hampshire, respectively, she’s changing her stance.

Democracy 2020 Digest: Warren won't disavow new super PAC, after years decrying them

By Paul Steinhauser

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is reversing her position on opposing support from outside groups such as super PACs. The progressive senator from Massachusetts had long spoken out against such organizations -- but as she attempts to mount a comeback for the nomination after disappointing third- and fourth-places finishes in the Iowa caucuses and last week’s primary in neighboring New Hampshire, respectively, she’s changing her stance.

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