Warren’s plan, the Student Loan Debt Relief Act, would cancel $50,000 in student loan debt for every household with a gross income less than $100,000.
The Massachusetts senator hit the milestone on Thursday
If the presidential election were decided by the sheer volume and star power of celebrity endorsements, Sanders would certainly be victorious.
As opposed to taxes levied on income and payrolls, a wealth tax would target the value of accumulated assets owned by rich Americans.
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., jumps to conclusions and wants to frame evidence that means one thing as something else entirely.
The Massachusetts senator requested that bank executives respond to questions by Feb. 7.
Biden has called for expanding Social Security and paying for it by imposing taxes on the wealthy.
He now has until March 20, meaning that voters in the 14 states cast their ballot on Super Tuesday will not have access to details about his assets and income
Barclays analyzed nearly 50 of Warren’s various plans in October and November and echoed her campaign's own sentiment: Her presidency would be bad for Wall Street.
A wide coalition of 18 grassroots progressive groups joined together to call for a truce between the two senators and their allies.
Biden argued that Trump’s economy was not working for most middle- and working-class Americans.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon called the American health care system "the most dynamic health care system in the world," and said the Democrats need "to be very careful" if they plan on rebuilding the health care system.
Sanders has raised the most money from women since he announced his presidential campaign.
In many ways, Bloomberg and Biden are running on similar platforms.
“Let’s be clear: our government has cleared far bigger hurdles to meet the needs of big businesses when they came looking for bailouts, tax giveaways, and other concessions,” she wrote.
He was trailed by Tom Steyer, the other billionaire trying to capture the Democratic nomination
"I think Pete Buttigieg has a great opportunity to do something unique, bringing about transformational change to the country," Reggie Love said.
The milestone comes just days after Bloomberg purchased a 60-second advertising spot that will air nationally during the Super Bowl.
The taxes would raise trillions of dollars in revenue to expand sweeping new social programs, such as Medicare-for-all and eliminating student loan debt.
Last Friday, the Massachusetts senator’s campaign announced it raised $21.2 million in the fourth quarter.