Sanders, Warren Woo Young Black Christians at Atlanta Conference

Democratic presidential candidates and U.S. Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren appeared at a conference for young black Christians Saturday in Atlanta where they each pitched their plans for tackling wide-ranging issues including gun violence, student loan debt, the rise of white nationalism, health care and voter suppression.

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Warren Pulls Ahead of Biden and Sanders in Wisconsin

Standing out against national trends, a poll released Thursday found that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is Wisconsinites’ preferred Democratic candidate, and there are slightly more voters in the Badger State who say they’ll vote for any Democratic candidate than those who back President Donald Trump.

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It Was a Bernie Crowd at Last Day of California Convention

The California Democratic Convention held in downtown San Francisco over the weekend demonstrated the state’s fiercely held progressive values throughout, but no more so on Sunday as Bernie Sanders was showered with boisterous cheers, whereas little known Rep. John Delaney from Maryland was all but booed off the stage as he presented himself as a moderate.

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Warren Sticks Out in Democratic Candidate Forum

Elizabeth Warren’s parents were desperate. Her father had suffered a career-derailing heart attack, the family station wagon had been repossessed and Warren, then a middle-school student, felt the foreboding as she eavesdropped on her parents’ late night conversations about their mortgage.

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