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Why are young people turning their backs on Elizabeth Warren?

Eighteen- to 29-year-olds in Iowa are flocking to Bernie Sanders

In one year, a woman could be elected president. Here’s what will happen first.

All the need-to-know events ahead of the 2020 election, plus how the five women candidates are polling

Democratic presidential candidates’ new target? Elizabeth Warren.

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

‘We’re here because of some hard-working women’: At NYC rally, Elizabeth Warren emphasizes female pioneers

The comments were a more direct nod to gender than most of her public remarks to date

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

Sen. Elizabeth Warren told the Native American community she is ‘sorry’ for the harm she has caused. But Democrats still have concerns.

President Trump has seized on the controversy, vowing even more intense attacks

What’s the best way to campaign for first man? Six husbands are trying to find the answer

The role of candidate’s husband, once a novelty, is now common

The female presidential candidates offer a diverse picture of womanhood. I’m grateful for every single one of them — even Marianne Williamson.

The 2020 race is showing us how liberating it can be when a bunch of women run for office at once

Who won and who lost on Night 1 of the second Democratic debate?

Sen. Elizabeth Warren was a winner; Beto O’Rourke was not

If Democrats want to win in 2020, they should look to Michigan’s new governor, Gretchen Whitmer

It’s no coincidence this week’s Democratic presidential debates are being held in Detroit