Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is taking steps to enter the race for the White House as a Democrat. So what do President Trump and other candidates think? Reported by Sharon Crowley.
Michael Bloomberg was expected to file paperwork Friday to get on the ballot in the Alabama presidential primary, his first step toward formalizing a late run for the Democratic nomination.
During the 2016 campaign, candidate Donald Trump stood in front of largely white crowds and asked black voters to consider, "What the hell do you have to lose?"
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, is opening the door to a 2020 Democratic presidential campaign, signaling his dissatisfaction with the current crop of candidates vying to take on President Donald Trump.
Progressive White House hopefuls Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who share similar visions, are battling for the support of liberal voters, a base they both share.
Democratic primary voters increasingly feel the need to nominate a candidate who can beat President Trump in 2020, and more think Joe Biden can do that than any of the other top Democratic hopefuls. In addition, while most Democratic primary voters are satisfied with their field, more than a quarter wish they had other options, according to a new Fox News Poll.
One year from Sunday, voters will decide whether to grant President Donald Trump a second term in office, an election that will be a referendum on Trump's vision for America's culture and role in the world.
(AP) -- Elizabeth Warren promised Friday to spend more than $20 trillion over the next decade to provide government-funded health care to every American without raising middle class taxes -- finally offering ideas about how to implement the massive "Medicare for All" program without taking a larger bite out of most Americans' salaries.
With roughly three months to go until the first caucus in the U.S. for the 2020 presidential election, all eyes are on Iowa.
President Donald Trump's top adviser for Russian and European affairs is leaving his job at the White House, a day before he's scheduled to testify before the House impeachment investigators, a senior administration official said Wednesday.
Ohio Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan dropped out of the 2020 presidential race on Thursday and announced he will, instead, run for re-election for his congressional seat.
President Donald Trump lashed out Monday at critics who prompted him to move next year's Group of Seven summit from his private golf club in Florida, claiming he would have hosted it for free and now it will end up costing taxpayers "a fortune."
Hillary Clinton appeared to call Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard "the favorite of the Russians" in a recent interview, while also describing 2016 Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein as "a Russian asset."
A veteran House Democrat from New York City will for now take over the House committee that the late Rep. Elijah Cummings chaired.
Trump's decision to pull American troops out of northern Syria — triggering a deadly Turkish invasion targeting the U.S.'s erstwhile Syrian Kurdish allies — has unmuzzled GOP lawmakers in a manner seldom seen since Trump entered the White House.
Even GOP lawmakers are slamming President Trump for pulling American troops out of northern Syria, triggering Turkey to invade and target Syrian Kurds.
A dozen Democratic presidential candidates will meet on Tuesday in Ohio for the most crowded presidential debate in modern history.
Microsoft said Friday that hackers linked to the Iranian government targeted a U.S. presidential campaign, as well as government officials, media targets and prominent expatriate Iranians.
U.S. Senator from California Kamala Harris has formally asked Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump's @realDonaldTrump account.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that a whistleblower's complaint at the center of the House's impeachment inquiry shows that President Donald Trump was engaged in a cover-up.