Pete Buttigieg

2020 Dems Poised to Vote Down Care for Abortion Survivors

Senate will vote on newborn protections Monday

Senate Republicans are again pushing for a bill to protect newborns who survive abortions in a vote that could force top Democratic presidential candidates to stake out an extreme position on the issue or risk angering abortion groups.

RED SCARE: Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire, Takes Command of Democratic Party

Klobuchar surges, Biden hunkers down in South Carolina, Warren tries her best

NASHUA, N.H. — Dreary weather failed to dampen voter turnout in New Hampshire's "first in the nation" primary, and it couldn't stop the socialist revolution brewing in the heart of the Democratic Party. ABC and NBC News declared Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) the winner of the Granite State primary on Tuesday, albeit by a narrower margin than many had anticipated.

BERN NOTICE: Sanders Poised to Seize Victory in New Hampshire

Buttigieg blooms, Klobuchar surges, Warren persists, Biden participates

MANCHESTER, N.H.—The main players in the 2020 presidential race were all in New Hampshire on Monday making their pitch to voters ahead of the Granite State's "first in the nation" primary. Elizabeth Warren was also here, persisting, and promoting her "intersectional policy," though no one seemed to care. She did, however, offer some cheery soundbites about not quitting that will be fun to recall when she inevitably does just that.

The Campaign to Sever the Democratic Alliance With AIPAC

A Democrat-backed effort to boycott the nation's leading pro-Israel group is gaining steam, worrying center-left advocates of the Jewish state who have been struggling in recent months to ensure their party continues to uphold the historically close U.S.-Israel relationship.

Pete Buttigieg Refuses to Answer Half of NYT Foreign Policy Survey

Former mayor did not answer a single question on China, U.S. cyber policy, NATO, or Afghanistan

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg refused to say whether he supports current levels of military aid to Israel or keeping troops in Afghanistan, two of the many important foreign policy questions he dodged in a New York Times survey.