Backup audio revealed the testy exchange between Warren and Sanders after the debate, with both of them accusing the other of lying.
Some key takeaways from Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate in Des Moines, the final forum before the Iowa caucuses:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren said her fellow Democratic presidential nominee and friend Bernie Sanders told her he didn't think a woman could win the White House, but Sanders denies saying it.
In the smallest stage yet, Tuesday’s event in Iowa is the last chance for six candidates to debate before the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 3.
Democrat Cory Booker dropped out of the presidential race Monday, ending a campaign whose message of unity and love failed to resonate in a political era marked by chaos and anxiety.
This comes as a new poll shoes Sanders leading the race in California.
Marianne Williamson, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, dropped out the race on Friday, making the announcement in a letter on her website.
As Super Tuesday approaches, some experts worry a large block of voters won't get their voices hard in the presidential primary.
While Iowa and New Hampshire get much of the hype during primary season, equally important if not more is Super Tuesday — a day early on in an election year when voters in roughly a dozen states go to the polls.
The former Obama housing secretary was the only Latino candidate in the field and one of the biggest voices on immigration.
KTVU Political reporter Greg Lee and a panel of experts break down what’s to come in 2020; covering the California primary, the balance of power in Congress and the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren was in the Bay Area on Friday and spent three hours at a home in East San Jose talking about the unionization of daycare workers, universal health care and taxes.
Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg cut ties with a contractor that used prisoners to make calls for his presidential campaign, he said in a statement Tuesday.
The owner of the wine-cave at the center of the Democratic debate stage flare-up responded to being thrust into the spotlight.
Greg Lee reports.
Democratic presidential candidates offered two very different debates during their final forum of 2019. In the first half, they spent much of their time making the case for their electability in a contest with President Donald Trump. The second half was filled with friction over money in politics, Afghanistan and experience.
After a historic vote by U.S. House of Representative members to impeach President Trump, making him the third president in history to be charged with committing high crimes and misdemeanors, there's confusion around what happens next.
Only a day after the House voted to impeach the president, Thursday’s debate in Los Angeles will underscore the concern for Democratic voters regarding who can beat Trump in November.
“Can you believe that I will be impeached today by the Radical Left, Do Nothing Democrats, AND I DID NOTHING WRONG!" Trump wrote in one of 45 tweets posted before noon. He asked his followers to “Say a PRAYER!"
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.