Student loan debt is an epidemic, and it isn’t limited to any one political affiliation. The debt crisis is so pervasive that many 2020 presidential candidates are staking their platforms on the issue, including Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Among the declared Democratic candidates, Warren has been particularly outspoken about the matter.
Who will free public college and debt forgiveness touted by Elizabeth Warren actually benefit? Probably the middle class and the wealthy.
On Monday, Elizabeth Warren announced her plan to erase student debt for up to76 percent of American households currently paying back loans
She's running! The 69-year-old senator and presidential candidate made an impressive sprint through Penn Station.
Former President Barack Obama marked the somber first anniversary of the Parkland killings on social media, while notable figures like Billie Jean King and Hillary Clinton also paid tribute.
"The Native American genocide continues with another murder by the president," Michael Malice wrote. The first son replied with, "Savage!!! Love my President."
Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren were among the few female lawmakers who didn't wear white to President Trump's 2019 State of the Union address.
Just over a week into 2019, and the political mudslinging directed at women with ambitious political aspirations has gotten more intense.
After Sen. Elizabeth Warren formally launched an exploratory committee to run for president, political pundits speculated on her "likability" and whether Warren's "moment has passed."
Amid the partial government shutdown, Massachusetts' Senator Elizabeth Warren announced Tuesday that she will be donating her Congressional salary to a nonprofit helping refugees at the same southern U.S. border in contention.
Introducing the real Elizabeth Warren: first-generation college student, first female senator of Massachusetts and now, hopefully, first female president of the United States. Read all about the Massachusetts senator's inspiring journey to her potential 2020 presidential bid.