Laura Ingraham believes Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic nomination if moderate Dems make the same mistake as Trump's opponents in 2016.
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Just one day after announcing she's dropping out of the presidential race, Kamala Harris is already being considered as a possible VP among top contenders.
Michael Moore left no doubt about his feelings toward the healthcare industry and any candidate who supports it in its current form.
"Today" host Savannah Guthrie sat down with former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and some are saying she was too tough on Haley.
The Massachusetts senator and presidential candidate appeared to be taking aim at one of her opponents, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Joe Biden had some strong language in response to Trump's insistence the 2016 Russian meddling is a hoax, and the president's continued attacks on the former VP and his son.
The star-studded sketch, which included Emmy-winning actor Billy Porter, satirized the LGBTQ town hall hosted by CNN earlier this week.
President Trump's unauthorized use of Nickelback's "Photograph" is resulting in a spike in the song's downloads, according to Nielsen Music.
Giuliani praised himself for being a “legitimate whistleblower," while blasting his critics from both sides of the aisle.
She fired back a tweet after the president called the impeachment probe and whistleblower complaint "the greatest scam in the history of American politics."
Joe Biden stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” where he weighed in on the Trump impeachment inquiry and Giuliani’s corruption allegations.
Kathy Griffin, Debra Messing and more stars weigh in as Pelosi announces a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump.
Rudy Giuliani admits to urging Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden in bizarre, heated interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.
Joe Biden got called out at CNN's town hall for an upcoming fundraiser that's co-hosted by a fossil fuel CEO.
Tucker Carlson blasted Democratic presidential candidates for proposing mandatory assault weapon buybacks, while also shaming Walmart for its new gun restrictions.
Cindy McCain said her husband would be "very disappointed" by today's political climate.
Presidential candidates Cory Booker and Julián Castro react to Jill Biden's suggestion that voters should look at "electability" over policy.