One night after accepting the Republican nomination, Donald Trump resumed campaigning for reelection as though the coronavirus pandemic was a thing of the past, rallying hundreds of supporters at New Hampshire airport hangar.
While many have written off Joe Biden’s presidential bid as being on life support, South Carolina political observers and insiders told Yahoo News that he’s still got a good chance of winning the Feb. 29 primary in the Palmetto State.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s inclusive views on the issue of abortion may serve her well in the upcoming contests in Nevada and South Carolina.
More than a dozen volunteers in New Hampshire told Yahoo News they didn’t expect the former vice president to win the primary. Some hoped for second place or at least third. Instead, the onetime frontrunner of the Democratic primary captured less than 9% of the vote. He was fourth in Iowa, now fifth in New Hampshire.
Sen. Bernie Sanders narrowly pulled out a victory in New Hampshire’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, with the more moderate Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar close on his heels.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., rode a late-breaking wave of momentum in the past week to finish third in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, vaulting from relative obscurity into contention for the Democratic nomination for president.
Harvard philosophy professor Cornel West’s 10-minute pep talk mixed encouragement to his audience of door-knockers with criticism of Sanders’s rivals that pulled no punches.
Four years ago, Bernie Sanders scored a resounding victory in New Hampshire’s Democratic presidential primary. This year Sanders urgently needs a repeat performance, and his campaign is turning to young voters to make it happen.
There are so many candidates in the Democratic field that voters are nonplussed, split, conflicted and, in some ways, discouraged from even voting.
President Trump held a campaign rally Monday in Manchester, where he encouraged his supporters to cast votes for the “weakest candidate” in the Democratic field in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.
Seven Democratic presidential candidates gathered in Manchester, N.H., on Friday night, sharing a stage for the first time since the Iowa caucuses.
With his frontrunner status in the Democratic race teetering, former Vice President Joe Biden admitted he had fallen short in Monday’s Iowa caucuses, but then came out swinging against his rivals as he moved on to New Hampshire.
In a wide-ranging interview with Yahoo News, Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. discussed her support for Bernie Sanders and the attacks she's faced from President Trump.
Having already won three statewide elections, Harris will enter the California primary with name recognition.
Democrats and Republicans may have different proposals to confront the opioid epidemic, but this doesn’t appear to have created a national trend toward either party. Instead, in the midterms, the opioid issue is more likely to play out locally — candidate by candidate — as people look for solutions rather than politics. Yahoo News turned to a competitive race in New Hampshire to see this up close.
New Hampshire lawmakers lashed back Thursday in response to derisive leaked comments in which President Trump referred to their state as a “drug-infested den."
The Kansas state official who was name-checked by President Trump’s senior policy adviser as having proof of voter fraud in New Hampshire sparred with CNN host Kate Bolduan on Monday during a segment in which she demanded to see the evidence. Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state, was cited by Trump aide Stephen Miller on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday when George Stephanopoulos asked Miller for proof that thousands of Massachusetts residents were bused to New Hampshire to illegally cast votes in November.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., said she “misspoke” Monday when she said during a debate that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump would be a role model for her children. “I misspoke tonight,” Ayotte said in a statement.
Hillary Clinton stood arm in arm with her former Democratic presidential primary opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, at Portsmouth High School on Tuesday as she accepted his endorsement. New Hampshire was a stronghold for Sanders and gave him his first primary win in February. The crowd that packed into the tiny high school gym to see him and Clinton come together included many staunch Sanders supporters, and there were isolated boos throughout the event.
Union Leader's editorial is the latest humiliation for the New Jersey governor after his surprise endorsement of Donald Trump.
If 2016 is indeed the "Selfie Election," then consider Emma and Addy history's official selfie takers.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton is likely to capture more New Hampshire delegates than Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders despite losing that state by more than 21 points. Clinton will get at least 15 delegates and Sanders will get at least 13.
“It could give millions a chance to finally buy a house or start their business or help their kids get an education, too.”
“You signed a contract…If you don’t want to deal with the financial pressure of debt, don’t take out the loan.”
“Without action from Biden, Black student debt will hinder his agenda with respect to eliminating racial inequities.”
“Blanket relief could end up routing too much relief to those who do not need it and too little to those who do.”
“Unlike a number of other policy issues, student debt relief doesn’t need to be pushed through a narrowly controlled Congress.”