“After more than a year of listening to Alabama’s citizens, I have heard your concerns and hopes for a better tomorrow. I am humbled to announce the next step — I will be a Republican candidate for U.S.
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders put their anti-billionaire rhetoric to the test on Wednesday night. Both candidates quickly turned on Mike Bloomberg. The aggressive display was good for Sanders and Warren, says “60 minutes” correspondent John Dickerson and CBS contributor Joel Payne.
‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz breaks down the news and noise from a busy political night.
Pollster Lee Carter checks the dials for the debate and the president’s campaign rally.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg spar on the debate stage in Las Vegas, Nevada over her forgetting the Mexican president’s name in a recent interview.
Protesters interrupt Joe Biden’s closing remarks at the Las Vegas Democrat primary debate to call out his Obama-era immigration record and deportations; former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson responds.
Roger Stone will be sentenced despite requests for a delay and push for new trial
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., pressed Mike Bloomberg to release women from non-disclosure agreements they had made with his company during the presidential debate.
The reviews of former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s performance at the Democratic presidential debate Wednesday night were not positive, but he can recover by spending more money, Major Garrett says. As for the other candidates, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s performance gave her “a fighting chance” in the race
‘Profiles in Corruption’ author Peter Schweizer claims Sen. Bernie Sanders has been leveraging his position for his wife’s business benefit.