The fifth Democratic primary went down. 10 Candidates were there. Here's what you missed.
- Millennial women and politics: Their thoughts on 2020
The 2020 election is one year away. And millennial women have mixed feelings. We asked this generation about who they’d vote for and the issues they care most about. Here’s what we found.
- Everything You Need To Know About Voter Registration
We're answering all your FAQs about voting. Let this be your not-so-gentle reminder to register.
Who's Running for Prez: The Republicans
- Donald Trump
President Donald Trump is going for round two. And the odds are in his favor – the last time a president didn’t get re-elected was in 1992.
- Joe Walsh
Joe Walsh wants to throw a Tea Party at the White House. But he has a history of using racial slurs and making controversial statements.
- Bill Weld
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld is one of two GOP primary challengers to President Trump in the 2020 election. He wants to get back in the Paris climate deal and cut the deficit.
Who's Running for Prez: The Democrats
- Michael Bennet
Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) has eyes on the White House. He’s running against his former boss, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, who is also a 2020 hopeful.
- Joe Biden
Former VP Joe Biden is the Democratic front-runner. The big question: can he keep the momentum going through next fall?
- Michael Bloomberg
One of the world’s richest people just entered the 2020 Democratic race. Hi, Michael Bloomberg.
- Cory Booker
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) is hoping that his record on issues like criminal justice could help him get the votes he needs to become Mr. President.
- Pete Buttigieg
Buttigieg (it’s boot-edge-edge) is the millennial, Harvard grad, Rhodes Scholar, veteran of Afghanistan, and two-term mayor of South Bend, Indiana who’s got a ‘DC or bust’ sticker on the back of his car.
- Julián Castro
Castro would be the first Latino president. His pitch for POTUS? He’s a living, breathing example of the American Dream.
- John Delaney
Former Maryland Rep. John Delaney is a businessman who founded two companies and was the first Dem to announce a 2020 presidential run all the way back in July 2017.
- Tulsi Gabbard
Gabbard was the first American Samoan and first Hindu member elected to the House of Representatives. At 38, she’s one of the youngest candidates in the race.
- Amy Klobuchar
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is known as a moderate Democrat who’s gotten support from red voters and worked with Republicans on things like confronting the opioid epidemic.
- Deval Patrick
Deval Patrick’s (D) motto: better late than never. He joined the 2020 race in mid-November – less than three months until the primary voting season kicks off.
- Bernie Sanders
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wants to be president in 2020. To get there, he's focused on the big issues. Think: healthcare, student loans, the environment, and minimum wage.
- Tom Steyer
Earlier this year, billionaire Democratic activist and donor Tom Steyer said he wouldn’t be running for president in 2020. Buutttt, he changed his mind.
- Elizabeth Warren
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is a longtime critic of President Trump and has a reputation for putting pressure on the financial industry. Oh and you may have heard a thing or two about her policy ideas. She’s got lots of them.
- Marianne Williamson
Marianne Williamson is a big name in Hollywood. Now she is making a 2020 election run as well. Some things on her list: universal health care and free college.
- Andrew Yang
Andrew Yang doesn’t have any experience in politics. But he’s underway with his campaign for 2020 because he’s afraid for the future of the country.
- Pete Buttigieg on how he'd approach reproductive rights
We asked South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg about reproductive rights and why he wants the 2020 Democratic nom.
- Republican primary challenger Bill Weld on his plan to beat Trump
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld is taking on President Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination. He sat down with us to tell us about his plan to win over voters, his feelings on Roe v. Wade, and why he’s against universal background checks.
- Cory Booker on why he thinks the census citizenship question is 'outrageous.'
We asked Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) what he thinks about the Trump admin's request to add a citizenship question to next year's census.
- Michael Bennet on Trump admin’s immigration stance
A new asylum rule that would limit protections for Central American migrants is the Trump admin’s latest attempt to deter migrants from coming to the US. People have a lot of opinions about the admin’s tactics. 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) is one of them.
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2019: It's Been a Year
- College costs: What drives the problem
We’ll get straight to the point: college costs...a lot. Here’s what you need to know about how we got here.
- US census: The citizenship question, explained
Everyone’s waiting to hear how the Supremes weigh in on a census question.
- US-China Trade Talks: The situation explained
Two of the world's biggest economies are at war. A trade war that is. And they’re trying to talk things out.
- Immigration in the United States: Here’s what drives policy
In recent months, illegal border crossings have reached record levels. Here’s what you need to know about the history of immigration in the United States.