- Warren Buffett says 'I'm a Democrat,' and would have 'no trouble' voting for Bloomberg
Warren Buffett, the chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc and one of the world's most admired investors, said on Monday he is a Democrat, and would have "no trouble" voting for fellow billionaire Michael Bloomberg for U.S. president.
- With $1.5 trillion childcare plan, Sanders floats another big campaign pledge
U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Monday proposed spending $1.5 trillion over 10 years to create a universal child care and early education system, to be funded by taxing the wealthiest Americans.
- Buttigieg courts South Carolina black voters with his veteran status
Pete Buttigieg, the only veteran in the top tier of candidates seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, is turning to South Carolina's large military community to help shore up his nagging lack of support among black voters.
- Sanders' Democratic rivals seek to slow his momentum after his big win in Nevada caucuses
As Bernie Sanders looked to cement his front-runner status in the U.S. Democratic presidential race after his dominant win in Nevada, his rivals sought in rallies on Sunday to blunt his momentum ahead of 15 nominating contests in the next 10 days.
- No. 3 House Democrat Clyburn of South Carolina to back Biden for president - Politico
Jim Clyburn, the No. 3 Democrat in the House of Representatives and an influential black lawmaker from the early voting state of South Carolina, is expected on Wednesday to endorse Joe Biden's presidential bid, according to a Politico report on Sunday.
- Former 2020 Democratic candidate Williamson endorses Sanders' presidential bid
Marianne Williamson, who made an unsuccessful bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, has thrown her support behind former rival Bernie Sanders, appearing at a rally in Texas with the progressive senator.
- U.S. judge rejects Roger Stone's request she be kicked off his case
A U.S. federal judge on Sunday denied a request by Roger Stone's lawyers that she be removed from the case in which she last week sentenced the long-time adviser to President Donald Trump to three years and four months in prison.
- Trump accuses Schiff of leaking intelligence about Russia to hurt Sanders
President Donald Trump on Sunday accused Representative Adam Schiff of leaking classified information on Russian interference in the 2020 U.S. election to hurt Democratic presidential front-runner Bernie Sanders.
- Despite attacks, Sanders' Medicare for All boosts early-state triumphs
In the days leading up to Saturday's Democratic presidential caucuses in Nevada, Bernie Sanders withstood one attack after another over his Medicare for All plan ? both from his rivals and the state's powerful hotel and casino workers' union.
- Sanders' big Nevada win narrows rivals' path to Democratic nomination
Bernie Sanders' convincing win in the Nevada caucuses signaled his campaign is gathering strength and reaching voters who had previously eluded him, putting him on a path ? for now ? toward the Democratic presidential nomination.
- U.S. national security adviser denies Russia boosting Trump reelection
U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser denied that U.S. intelligence officials have warned that Russia has been interfering in the U.S. presidential campaign to boost Trump's re-election chances.
- As Grenell moves to spy post, Trump looks for new ambassador to Germany
President Donald Trump said on Sunday he is looking for a new ambassador to Germany after tapping current diplomat Richard Grenell to serve as acting U.S. intelligence chief.
- Sanders wins decisively in Nevada, Biden headed for second-place finish
Bernie Sanders strengthened his front-runner position for the Democratic presidential nomination with a decisive victory in the Nevada caucuses on Saturday, while Joe Biden was on track for a second-place finish that would give his struggling campaign new hope.
- Slow results, confusion and complaints at Nevada caucus sites
Nevada caucus officials and voters at multiple sites on Saturday reported voting rules confusion, calculation glitches and delays in reporting tallies - despite efforts to avoid the issues that plagued Iowa's caucuses earlier this month.
- From fringe candidate to front-runner: Sanders wins Nevada with diverse backers - Edison Research Poll
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, often maligned by opponents as a liberal outsider who cannot unify the Democratic Party, won the party's Nevada caucuses by a comfortable margin thanks to a diverse coalition of supporters, according to polling agency Edison Research.
- Twitter suspends group of pro-Bloomberg accounts over 'platform manipulation'
Twitter Inc on Friday said it had started suspending and restricting dozens of accounts posting content promoting U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.
- 'Not good enough,' Warren says of Bloomberg's non-disclosure agreement pledge
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said on Friday that his company has identified three women bound by non-disclosure agreements regarding his past conduct and that they would be released from their accords if they choose.
- Sanders blasts Russia for reportedly trying to boost his presidential campaign
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders warned Russia on Friday to stay out of 2020 White House elections after U.S. officials had told him Moscow was trying to aid his campaign.
- Twitter tests labels, community moderation for lies by public figures
Twitter Inc said on Thursday that it was testing a new community moderation approach that would enable users to identify misleading information posted by politicians and public figures and add brightly colored labels under those tweets.
- Nevada caucuses present new test to Democrats after chaotic Iowa contest
Nevada Democrats will host hundreds of caucuses on Saturday, the third contest in the state-by-state presidential nominating process, almost three weeks after the Iowa caucuses caused mayhem when a technical meltdown delayed results.