The running of the statewide spot comes with just 15 days to go until California’s Sept. 14 recall election, with the latest public opinion polls suggesting that those likely to cast ballots are divided on whether to recall Newsom.
The American Rescue Act cleared the Senate without any Republican support. It's expected to easily clear the House and eventually make its way to President Joe Biden's desk.
Harrison Streetman, 5, donned the dark coat, the glasses, and yes, the signature mittens that became a tagline and sparked humorous captions all over social media.
Bernie Sanders has fully embraced his viral moment at Joe Biden’s inauguration - and is using it to raise money now for a Vermont nonprofit.
The Democratic National Convention heads into its final day on Aug. 20. Here are virtual events that you can watch on Wednesday.
The Democratic National Convention kicks off on Monday, Aug. 17. Here are virtual events that you can watch.
The Democratic senators introduced a bill to give $2,000 a month to many Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Political Reporter Greg Lee weighs in on the announcement, which was made Wednesday morning.
Sen. Bernie Sanders had dropped out of the 2020 presidential race.
USF Political Science Professor James Taylor talked to Mornings on 2 Weekends about whether big name endorsements for candidates will shift the field and what to expect when more than 350 delegates will be up for grabs on Tuesday.
Nearly one-third of all the delegates at July's Democratic National Convention are up for grabs on Super Tuesday.
Bernie Sanders doesn’t need to win Virginia to have a successful Super Tuesday, but he probably can’t afford a big loss there, either.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is pulling away in California, according to the last poll that will be published before Super Tuesday by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies.
Greg Lee reports.
Super Tuesday is less than a week away and presidential candidates are focusing their attention on California.
Bernie Sanders’ Democratic rivals prepared to unleash a new wave of attacks against the party’s presidential front-runner in a high-stakes debate Tuesday night, perhaps their final prime-time opportunity to change the direction of the 2020 nomination fight.
Nevada was the first test to see whether his appeal would hold up in a more diverse state following his strong showing in New Hampshire and Iowa.
Joe Biden came in second place.
Greg Liggins reports.
The 78-year-old Vermont senator successfully rallied his fiercely loyal base and tapped into support from Nevada’s large Latino community as the Democratic contest moved for the first time into a state with a significant minority population.