In an email to supporters, the Vermont senator pledges to create a government based on economic, social, racial and environmental justice.
Contrary to what Michael Bloomberg and Howard Schultz might have you believe, the plan could save taxpayers upward of $1.5 trillion.
Conventional wisdom says the party should tack center, but mounting evidence suggests undecideds want a candidate willing to soak the rich.
The smears are just beginning. Oligarchs and their defenders recognize the Vermont senator poses a unique threat to their grip on power.
The media is covering it, Republicans hate it, and Democrats won't commit to it. But what is most important is that the public wants it.
Bernie Sanders delves into all the things Trump got wrong about the economy, health care, immigration and more in his online response to the president's address.
Some are having to rethink their campaigns as they watch other members of Congress embrace progressives policies, Axios reports.