The Vermont senator has a 12-point advantage on the president, according to Politico/Morning Consult findings.
The senator comes out strong against corruption on her home turf during a talk at the National Press Club, but wavers in the face of questions about U.S. actions abroad.
As the country enters one of its darkest hours, we can't give in to despair.
The Democratic National Committee will vote in August on a rule calling for candidates to be Democrats in order to run for president in the party's primaries. In addition, the elimination of superdelegates will be considered.
America does not need another elite Kennedy pretending to lead us out of the darkness of authoritarian capitalism, racism, militarism and other evils.
The proposal could allow the broadcaster to reach nearly three-quarters of U.S. households through its local news programs.
It takes four years to quit the Paris agreement. That means voters will be able to let the president know what they think of his decision.
More than 600 people showed up at Waiakea High School in Hilo to hear the Democratic congresswoman speak about homelessness, decriminalizing marijuana, health care, Syria, North Korea and other topics.
Third parties have rarely posed much of a threat to the dominant two parties system in the United States. So how did the People’s Party win the U.S. presidency and a majority of both houses of Congress only four years after President Obama left office?