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Elizabeth Warren’s star is rising among an important voting bloc: white college-educated voters

They helped her challenge Biden’s front-runner status

Democratic presidential candidates’ new target? Elizabeth Warren.

Joe Biden has been leading the new critique of Warren by raising questions about her ‘candor’

Here are winners and losers from the third Democratic debate

Ten candidates qualified for the debate Thursday night in Houston

They cried when Hillary Clinton lost. Who will the women of Pantsuit Nation support now?

This group could have a ‘powerful impact’ on the next election

What’s Stacey Abrams’s next move? It seems clear it’ll be pursuing an executive role, not a legislative one.

Some questioned why Abrams wouldn’t jump at the opportunity to represent Georgians in the U.S. Senate — but what’s best for America is allowing black women to determine what’s best for themselves

She didn’t just play the gender card. Kirsten Gillibrand fully, defiantly embraced her womanhood.

She put together a platform based on the revolutionary idea that ‘women’s issues’ are not some fringe side note

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand ends her presidential run

Her decision comes after news that she’d fallen short of meeting requirements for the September Democratic primary debate

There are more than two dozen Democratic presidential candidates. Here’s how Marie Kondo would tidy up our options.

It’s time to declutter. And that doesn’t mean just swapping a Swalwell for a Steyer.

Abortion support is the highest it’s been in more than two decades

A new poll finds 60 percent of Americans think abortion should be legal in all or most cases

Is sexism hurting the Democratic women running for president? New polling shows how much it is.

More than a quarter of Democratic primary voters score higher than average on a ‘hostile sexism’ scale