Amy Klobuchar

Sanders: I Would ‘Probably Not’ Move U.S. Embassy Back to Tel Aviv

Other Dem candidates said they would not move it

Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (D., Vt.) said he would "probably not" move the US embassy in Israel back to Tel Aviv. Last year, the Trump administration made the decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the American embassy in the country there.

Klobuchar Won’t Release Names of Potential Judicial Nominees

Liberal groups preparing secret lists of nominees in preparation for 2020

Senator Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.) told NPR that she would not reveal the names of her potential judicial nominees unless she won the presidency. "I think that you interview people, you make decisions — you can't do that as a candidate. You can't vet them like you should. As a candidate you don't have the FBI."

2020 Dems Flock to Iowa for 4th of July

Events range from house parties to door-to-door canvassing

While the opportunity to persuade Iowa swing voters is too good to pass up for most, some of the candidates will be travelling to other early primary states to get ahead of the competition in a crowded field.

Klobuchar: Keep Embassy in Jerusalem

'I think it's unfortunate it was done the way it was done but I wouldn't reverse it'

Presidential contender Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.) said, if elected president, she would not move the American embassy in Israel from Jerusalem back to Tel Aviv.

The Beto Bust

Column: And a Booker bounce?

I'm not sure the first night of the Democratic debate had a winner, but it sure had a loser: Robert Francis 'Beto' O'Rourke. The former congressman found himself the target of Bill De Blasio, Cory Booker, Julian Castro, and John Delaney. And O'Rourke didn't fare well.