Elizabeth Warren called on President-elect Joe Biden to bypass Congress and cancel billions of dollars in student loan debt, arguing that it could be a powerful economic stimulus tool for families still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren slammed Walt Disney Co's move to lay off 28,000 workers while making shareholder payouts in the years leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic, demanding more information from company executives on the measures.
They talk every 10 days or so, according to aides to both politicians who spoke on condition of anonymity to freely describe their relationship.
Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo explains what a Biden administration could consist of.
Biden's campaign said the former vice president and perspective Democratic nominee raked in $6 million from 620 donors during the Monday night fundraiser.
Warren rejected big-dollar fundraisers during her campaign, accusing competition of selling access to 'millionaires and billionaires.'
The legislation would temporarily stop some mergers and acquisitions.
"My oldest brother, Don Reed, died from coronavirus on Tuesday evening," Warren wrote.
Warren's departure from the 2020 race means the Democratic nominee will be either Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders.
Warren acknowledged that politics is riddled with often-vicious behavior, but said it’s a particular problem with Sanders’ supporters.
The primary race has winnowed down to two candidates: Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. But Warren did say which one she plans to endorse.
The decision comes as the primary field, which once featured two dozen candidates, has winnowed down to a two-man race between Sanders and Biden.
Warren didn't win any of the 14 Super Tuesday states that voted Tuesday, including her home state.
It was a disappointing night for Warren, who won no states — including her home state
For many of the Democrats currently in the race, they’ll be able to pick between several homes to return to.
The virus, which causes a disease called COVID-19, has killed more than 3,000 people, with close to 90,000 cases reported worldwide.
Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign said Sunday that it raised more than $46.5 million in February, a show of financial strength after the Vermont senator finished a distant second behind Joe Biden in South Carolina's primary.
Among the 14 states that vote on Super Tuesday, North Carolina has the third-largest number of delegates at stake, with 122 up for grabs.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders continued to hold billionaire former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg in the crosshairs.
So far, more than 925 female candidates across the country have expressed interest in the lending program from retailer M.M. LaFleur.