Pete Buttigieg may want to get his supporters to the polls, but his refusal to bring them to a pole is drawing the ire of some in the LGBT community.
Iran-backed militias are continuing to wage attacks on American outposts in Iraq, according to senior United States officials.
Failed Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is urging Democrats to move beyond past elections and focus on the future.
Zainab Javed, the Democratic Governors Association's creative director, shared a tweet calling it "terrorism" to legally carry rifles.
Jon Caldara, a Denver Post columnist, said Friday he was fired after disputing the idea that there are more than two sexes.
MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin on Monday claimed white nationalists were among the thousands "swarming" the Virginia capitol building in Richmond.
Rep. Maxine Waters said that she "will not stop" on impeachment and added that there may be more "impeachment activity" in the near future.
Al Sharpton said on Wednesday he doesn't think any of the Democratic candidates have the "mindset" to take on President Donald Trump.
Sen. Martha McSally, an Arizona Republican, was not interested in answering impeachment questions from CNN, dismissing a reporter as a "liberal hack."
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren vowed to protect the LGBTQ community by making sure transgender women are in women's prisons.