Oh, what a night. Watch the top moments from the seventh Democratic debate in Iowa. And since it was a night of important issues, we’ve got something special for you (and it features a surprise guest).
We finally have a timeline for the Senate impeachment trial, but will we have witnesses? When it comes to Iran, the White House reports just aren’t adding up. Plus, turns out money really can buy happiness (if your name is Tom Steyer), and Mike Bloomberg has a gift for the Democratic party.
Turn back time to a moment you may have forgotten in the 2008 Democratic primary — a moment that started with a question and ended with then-Senator Hillary Clinton hovering close to tears. Catch it all in this week’s Rewind.
The campaign trail to 2020 is long and paved with lawn signs of those who've dropped out. Here are the Democratic candidate moments of 2019 worth remembering.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) discusses her plan for her first 100 days in office if elected at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, D.C.
With Kamala Harris's exit, an awkward reality dawned on Democratic leaders: The cast of the December debate is shaping up to be all-white. That reality, in turn, sparked a wider unease with how the party has handled the debates… John Heilemann is analyzing this and more in Recap 2020.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) outlines her plans to increase teachers' pay and improve public education while campaigning in Iowa
Former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg delivers his first speech as a Democratic presidential candidate in Norfolk, VA
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick justifies his recently declared 2020 presidential bid at 'Politics and Eggs' brunch in New Hampshire
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) discusses affordable housing and tenants' rights bills at the Black Community Summit in Las Vegas
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) discusses Russian interference in U.S. elections and says America needs a "fighter" to take on Trump at a town hall in Greer, SC
Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-IN) holds a Veterans Day event in Rochester N.H., where he addresses his plan to keep America's promise to our veterans
Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) discusses his Medicare For All plan to veterans and seniors at a town hall in Des Moines, IA
Biden talks health care, guns, and beating Trump "like a drum" after filing for the New Hampshire primary