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Money woes reshape 2020 Democratic field 2 months before Iowa

Sen. Kamala Harris' abrupt departure Tuesday from the 2020 presidential race underscores how much the financial landscape has shifted for Democratic presidential contenders -- richly rewarding the candidates who can appeal to small-dollar donors and hobbling some of those competing for the favor of the wealthy contributors who have traditionally fueled campaigns.

Buttigieg fends off questions on experience following surge in polls

The leading Democratic candidates for president made strong appeals to African American voters Wednesday night -- particularly women -- as they drew a direct line between re-creating the coalition that elected Barack Obama in 2008 and defeating President Donald Trump in 2020.

Kamala Harris hits back at Trump over criminal justice event

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris announced Saturday that she would attend the "Second Step Presidential Justice Forum" at Benedict College in South Carolina -- reversing a Friday decision to skip the cattle call, which set off President Donald Trump's ire when she said that it was because he received an award for criminal justice reform.

Facebook: Russian trolls back to meddle with 2020

People linked to the Internet Research Agency, the Kremlin-backed troll group indicted by the United States for its alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election, are laying the groundwork to do the same in 2020, new information released

Twitter tells Kamala Harris Trump stays

Twitter told Sen. Kamala Harris that it would not suspend President Donald Trump's account despite her urging the company to do so, according to a copy of a letter the company sent to the Harris presidential campaign.

9 takeaways from CNN's Equality Town Hall

2020 Democratic candidates pledged Thursday to fight for non-discrimination protections in federal law, ban harmful practices such as conversion therapy and lift restrictions on gay men donating blood.