Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang pointed to legalized pot as a potential factor behind a Colorado poll released Tuesday showing him far higher than in other primary states.
An Iowa man planning to vote for President Donald Trump's re-election in 2020 said he once lived with a "colored" guy in college and that he's been victimized by people calling him a "racist."
Tens of thousands of Americans explained how a Bernie Sanders presidency in 2020 will change their lives.
"This is what 2020 is about. If we can get the House back and keep our majority in the Senate, and President Trump wins re-election, I can promise you not only are we going to repeal Obamacare, we're going to do it in a smart way..."
More than 20 candidates will take the stage in the state with caucuses that are considered the first presidential votes.
A former Google engineer claimed the Silicon Valley tech giant has "very biased people running every level of the company" who are going all-in to ensure President Donald Trump doesn't win reelection in 2020.
"Biden, like a balloon, the air runs out of it," Ari Fleischer said, "it just deflates and goes away."
Tom Steyer said the removal of corporations from controlling the U.S. government and reversing the effects of climate change are the two most urgent pieces of his 2020 platform.
"We don't need or want more photo ops."
"I'm angry because millions are living paycheck to paycheck. I'm angry because 34 million Americans are uninsured," the 2020 presidential hopeful said.
"I'm proud that all of our workers are gonna be well paid," the 2020 presidential hopeful said.
"We've had a lot of challenges in this country, but the one that actually almost ended this country in the Civil War was white supremacy,"
"Bernie Sanders was in the state and had his picture taken in front of an old, abandoned steel mill. That same steel mill, most of it has been refurbished and is flourishing."
New York businesswoman, who moved to U.S. when she was 9, unsuccessfully ran for 31st City Council District in 2009.
Senator Kamala Harris of California also polled ahead of the president by one point, at 45 to 44 percent. But that lead falls within the poll's margin of error.
It's the funding source for Social Security and Medicare, but it's become regressive and destructive. Candidates for 2020 should be looking to replace payroll taxes, not use them as a cash cow.
Bill O'Reilly warned that "extremist" liberals and Democrats are fighting a "social civil war" against American conservatives that includes hating police officers and a promotion of "barbaric behavior."
The RS-28 Sarmat is reportedly able to carry a nuclear payload capable of destroying an area the size of Texas.
"I do not regret my vote in the least," Maine GOP Senator Susan Collins said of her "yes" vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh last year.
An AP-Norc poll found that just 17 percent of Americans believe they received a tax break under President Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans' $1.2 trillion plan, which passed in 2017.
Of the ten Democrats on stage, Yang received the shortest speaking time, clocking in at less than 3 minutes.
Warren set off a heated debate between candidates, showing the significant divide on the issue of healthcare.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro reveled in the "savage" infighting among Democratic 2020 presidential candidates and mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for touting his friendship with someone she claims doesn't like him -- Barack Obama.
"Look at what they did to a great gentlemen, Justice Kavanaugh. They didn't just try to win, they tried to destroy him with false and malicious accusations," the president said.
"I think Hillary Clinton made a big mistake with that speech," Trump said about a 2016 speech made by Clinton.
The group's super PAC status allows it to bring in and spend an unlimited amount of money on races and campaigns.
"I'm sorry?" Sanders said when asked if Trump told aides to deny he trailed Biden in polls. "Again, I'm not worried about polling."
Not a single Iowa Democratic voter listed either New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio or Miramar, Florida, Mayor Wayne Messam as their first or second choices.
The figures vary wildly by political affiliation, but overall there has been an uptick in support for the process.