U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders opened up a new line of attack in the Democratic presidential primary on Feb. 3, putting Hillary Clinton on the defensive over her liberal credentials just days after she eked a slim victory in the Iowa caucuses.
With MoveOn.org’s endorsement in early January, Bernie Sanders moved on up in the polls.
The Republican National Committee is preparing for a contested national convention in the event that no GOP candidate wins enough delegates to secure the party's presidential nomination, according to several GOP leaders who spoke to The Associated Press at the party's winter meeting in South Carolina yesterday.
Viewership for the three Democratic debates has ranged between 8.6 million and 15.8 million, and a study released by the Pew Research Center offers some insights into why the GOP debates are more popular television events.
MoveOn.org Political Action on Jan. 12 endorsed U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders for president.
Four of America’s wealthiest businessmen laid the foundation for Ted Cruz’s now-surging Republican presidential campaign and have redefined the role of political donors.
Bernie Sanders became the first presidential candidate to sign a pledge to reject campaign contributions from the fossil fuel industry.