Some key takeaways from Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate in Des Moines, the final forum before the Iowa caucuses:
Six Democratic presidential candidates have wrapped up their final debate before primary voting begins with talk of hope, defeating President Donald Trump and bringing a divided nation back together.
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren declined an opportunity to continue their recent campaign trail feud during Tuesday night's debate, but Warren still took on her progressive opponent.
Marianne Williamson, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, dropped out the race on Friday, making the announcement in a letter on her website.
In just over a month on Feb. 3, Iowans will gather as they do every four years on what is usually a frigid cold night, to take part in the nation’s first presidential caucus.
President Donald Trump will deliver the State of the Union to a joint session of Congress on Feb. 4.
Former President Barack Obama took some time out from golfing to hold a “cutie pie” baby at the Marine Corps Base Hawaii’s Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course in Kailua recently.
President Donald Trump made clear Monday that he intends to participate in at least three general election debates, but he is threatening to sidestep the nonprofit group charged with running them.
Twitter hopes its efforts will help people know when candidates are behind the words attributed to them. This could prevent someone from creating an account pretending to be a politician, for instance, or attributing a tweet to a candidate who didn’t actually make the tweet.
A deepening sense of volatility is settling over the Democratic Party's presidential primary election on the eve of the sixth and final debate of 2019. The seven candidates who remain are being forced to grapple with unprecedented distraction from Washington.
Two late entries to the Democratic race are threatening to shake things up and upend the entire primary system, less than three months before the first votes are cast.
If you’re a billionaire running for president, you can put your money where your mouth is.
Former President Jimmy Carter is now heading home to Plains, Georgia to celebrate Thanksgiving and recover.
Just days after announcing his presidential run, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has visited the Valley.
Jimmy Carter’s pastor says the former president is already “up and walking” just a day after undergoing surgery to relieve pressure on his brain from bleeding linked to recent falls.
Rap superstar Kanye West, during his appearance at the Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York City on Thursday, revived speculation that he may seek the highest office in the land.
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.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized after a fall at his home in Plains, Georgia.
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."
U.S. Senator from California Kamala Harris has formally asked Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump's @realDonaldTrump account.