After Trump's win, Democrats should prepare for a packed debate stage similar to the GOP in 2016, says National Review's Jim Geraghty.
Trump's plan is a scam that gives massive tax breaks to large companies and Wall Street billionaires, says Bernie Sanders.
Trump put the final kibosh on #NeverTrump with his Pence pick for VP. Here are three things the Trump-Pence campaign needs to do now, says Jake Novak.
To continue his political revolution, Sanders says the country must "defeat of Donald Trump" and elect Hillary Clinton.
Bernie Sanders is likely to endorse Hillary Clinton. But his legions of millennial followers may not be swayed by the move, says Jordan Chariton.
Bernie Sanders' revolution is hardly over. He has more power than ever and millions of foot-soldiers ready to push his agenda, says Jordan Chariton.
If Sanders beats Clinton in California, the democrats will face their moment of truth, says Jordan Chariton.
Bernie Sanders can make a comeback—it would have to be epic—but it could happen. Here's how, says Cenk Uygur.
The comments came in response to an article in The New York Times that surfaced a previously unreported allegation of sexual misconduct from the justice's time as an undergraduate at Yale University.
Feinstein had already committed to backing Biden's candidacy for president before he announced his campaign in April.
Sen. Kamala Harris failed to impress wealthy financiers in the third debate. Bundlers and big-money donors are still not ready to back her candidacy.
A Politico article detailed alleged self-dealing by Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr., a leading backer of President Donald Trump.
An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.