Senator Elizabeth Warren

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The New York Times › Politics › 12 hours ago
Here’s a rundown of what happened on the presidential campaign trail this week, as impeachment hearings began in Washington.
USA Today › Politics › 16 hours ago
On Sunday, the party will welcome 14 candidates to the "First in the West" event at the Bellagio to give 2020 hopefuls a chance to make their pitches.
The Inquisitr › Politics › 17 hours ago
Bernie Sanders is back in the lead of the Democratic primary pack, a new poll shows. A national poll conducted by Reuters/Ipsos found that the Vermont Senator has the support of 19 percent of voters, tying former vice president Joe Biden for the lead...
CBS News › 1 day ago
African-American borrowers are particularly at risk as student debt around the U.S. continues to soar
The Inquisitr › Politics › 1 day ago
Joe Biden has taken a commanding lead over Donald Trump in a new 2020 presidential poll, and the apparent frontrunner to the Democratic nomination has been trading barbs with Trump in what could be a preview of next year’s presidential race. The...
The New York Times › 1 day ago
*looks around, clears throat* Probably, yes.
CBS News › 1 day ago
Yang's signature policy proposal, the "Freedom Dividend," is a plan to provide what's called a universal basic income (UBI) of $1,000 a month to every American
NBC News › Politics › 1 day ago
Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., released her plan for transitioning the country to a Medicare For All healthcare system Friday.
Forbes › Finance › 1 day ago
Are you thinking about making a large gift to your children before the 2017 Trump tax law – which doubled the federal estate tax exemption for estate, gift and generations skipping taxes – sunsets in 2026? Consider doing it sooner than later.
New York Daily News › 1 day ago
Former Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts is telling allies that he will join the 2020 presidential race, according to two people familiar with his plans. An
One America News Network › 1 day ago
By Chris Kahn NEW YORK (Reuters) - If former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg enters the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating race, he will be the fifth most-popular candidate, and his
CBS News › 1 day ago
Group Demand Justice shows up Kavanaugh's first speech since becoming a Supreme Court justice and beams video from his confirmation hearing outside
The Boston Globe › 1 day ago
Could Jane Swift be next? Nope, she says.
The Inquisitr › Politics › 1 day ago
In the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump narrowly defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in the crucial state of Pennsylvania, turning the state “red” for the first time since the 1988 election. But according to a new poll released on Thursday...
The Boston Globe › 1 day ago
Renaming a bridge for Angelina and Sarah Grimké, sisters who fought for abolition and women’s suffrage, is part of the city’s effort to rewrite its own narrative, to make it more inclusive.
The New York Times › Politics › 2 days ago
Mr. Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts, announced on Thursday his intention to run for president a mere three months before the Iowa caucuses. Here’s what he needs to do.
Forbes › Finance › 2 days ago
Over a million jobs have been lost in the U.S. at private-equity backed retailers and suppliers and local businesses interconnected with those retailers.
The New York Times › Politics › 2 days ago
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick announced Thursday he is running for president, making a late entry into the Democratic race less than three months before primary voting begins.
The New York Times › 2 days ago
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick on Thursday said he was seeking the Democratic party's 2020 presidential nomination despite an already crowded field in an effort to bring a divided country - and splintering political party - together.
CNBC › Finance › 2 days ago
Senator Elizabeth Warren unloaded on Goldman Sachs and the bank's handling of claims that its Apple Card exhibits bias against women.
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