Earlier this morning, Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren came together for their very first joint campaign appearance ever. But it wasn’t just the progressives in the audience that were losing their shit. As Warren embarked on her Trump-bashing stand-up bit, Hillary Clinton herself could barely conceal her glee.
After Elizabeth Warren appeared at a rally with Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump rounded up his best and brightest supporters. From that group of luminaries, he plucked former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown to revive old attacks about Warren’s debunked claims of Native American ancestry.
In a scenario that I have previously dreamed about, Massachusetts senator and all-around BAMF Elizabeth Warren officially endorsed Hillary Clinton on Thursday night’s episode of The Rachel Maddow Show.
In an interview with the Boston Globe, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, indicated that her short list for potential running mates will definitely include women. “We’ll start with a broad list and then begin to narrow it. But there is no question that there will be women on that list,” Podesta said.
On Wednesday night, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren appeared on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert. She was, as always, the smart teacher who talks with her hands and really makes you want to do better in school. Warren and Colbert spoke about a broad range of subjects, from the presidential primary to her…
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has some very strong, very pointed opinions about Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. Earlier today, Warren took to both Twitter and Facebook to share those opinions, calling Trump a “loser,” a narcissist, a failed businessman, and “serious threat” that will “tear apart an…
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died only Saturday, but with the stop of his pulse came a firestorm of debate over when and under what terms his replacement would be appointed. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has already threatened to block anyone President Obama proposes, arguing that “it would be…
On Sunday’s State of the Union, Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke to CNN anchor Jake Tapper about Planned Parenthood and the GOP’s fight to end funding, saying Republicans are going to have “a real fight” if they want to shut down access to cancer screenings for women.
On Sunday, Senator Elizabeth Warren delivered a speech extolling the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement like none of the actual presidential candidates have. Though she’s said she’s not running, deliveries like these are why some Warren supporters are still hopeful.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, one of the few people who might actually make a good president, is definitely not running for president, she told Stephen Colbert Wednesday night. Fighting income inequality and corporate control of America is a full-time job, she said, in so many words, and one she’s kind of…
Senator Elizabeth Warren understands that you want her to run for President of the United States and guess what? She still doesn’t want to. Run Warren Run, the organization that begged Warren to campaign, is finally convinced that she means it.
Rich geezer Warren Buffett thinks Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren would be a more effective leader if she calmed down and got less mad about stuff that, in her view, is ruining the country.
A new startup that analyzes legislative data has confirmed what we long suspected: female Senators are more productive, passing more bills than their male counterparts and working together more often to sponsor bipartisan measures.
It's hard to read former FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair's highly engaging interview with Senator Elizabeth Warren about the United States' current (dire) financial situation and not wish for a Warren presidency. Unfortunately, later on in the very same interview, the senator dashes our hopes of that ever happening—at least…
Ever since she first rose to national prominence, all of my most tree huggingly liberal friends and family members have been positively giddy about the idea of a Democratic Party helmed by people who think and act like Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, a sharp and staunch advocate for the middle class. Well, as…
Um, Sarah? Are you feeling okay?
Barring an absolute, point-blank refusal to run for president, Hillary Clinton is currently the big name for 2016. But when it comes to promising women, the Democratic Party currently boasts an embarrassment of riches. So here's a question: Is a two-woman ticket even feasible?
Hero senator Elizabeth Warren had some choice words for the GOP the day before they effectively shut down the government.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren asked bank regulators at her first Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing today a pretty obvious question: When was the last time you took a Wall Street bank to trial?