2020 Democratic Nomination
Democrats endorsing Joe Biden in spite of the sexual assault allegations he's facing must reconcile with the Party's prior zero-tolerance for Republican candidates accused of the same or worse.
The only thing we know for sure about Joe Biden's prospects for potential vice presidential running mates is that he has vowed whoever he selects will be a woman.
The inevitable has happened: Barack Obama finally and formally endorsed Joe Biden's candidacy for president. But will it be enough?
More than a month after Elizabeth Warren suspended her campaign for president, the U.S. senator from Massachusetts finally announced her endorsement of Joe Biden's candidacy.
Bernie Sanders's former press secretary Briahna Joy Gray's refusal to endorse Joe Biden comes with some conditions that could get her to change her mind. Maybe.
After Bernie Sanders has repeatedly said he had no plans to drop out, a new report said his top aides, allies and surrogates have been encouraging him to withdraw from the race for the Democratic nomination for president.
Young Black voters are expected to play a major role in the 2020 election. But can Joe Biden win their support away from Bernie Sanders? The answer is both complicated and simple.
If Joe Biden becomes the Democratic nominee and picks Amy Klobuchar as his running mate over any number of qualified Black women rumored to be under consideration, some Black voters may take it as a slap in the face.
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