In this election, a number of sisters are the key members of the brain trust behind several presidential bids.
The endorsement of Rep. Jim Clyburn, an influential Democrat who has served in Congress since 1993, is expected to provide a major boost.
The Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that support for Sanders, who performed well in Iowa and New Hampshire, continues to surge.
Despite his poor performances in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden told supporters on a phone call that "I'll be damned if we're gonna lose this nomination."
When will a Black woman be president of the United States? More importantly, what would it truly mean if a Black woman is elected to lead an inherently violent, racist system?
The confusion from the lack of results prompted the Tweeter-in-Chief to lash out claiming the Iowa Caucus was an "unmitigated disaster."
The Iowa caucuses officially begin at 8 p.m. ET.
Bowser hailed the 2020 presidential candidate as a "problem-solver with a proven track record of getting things done."
While Klobuchar has largely escaped intense scrutiny due to her low polling numbers, now that the field is narrowing, she's going to need more than a snappy midwestern quip to explain this one.
“It’s amazing what you can do with volunteers,” the millionaire Democratic candidate and self-help author wrote in a statement.
Yang claimed that more candidates of color would be on the stage if his "basic income" policy - which guarantees every adult $1,000 a month - came to fruition.
Diane Elliot turned around during her hearing and realized that mothers who also parent disabled children had come out in force to support her.
The 2020 late entrant spent time on the campaign trail last week hosting events and unveiling plans specifically focused on the Black community.
The Reckoning Crew, made up of a group of Black women activists in South Carolina, officially endorsed Joe Biden.
Kamala Harris was not a perfect candidate, but in a crowded Democratic field she paid for it more than anybody else.
A survey conducted by the Black Women’s Roundtable shows which issues concern Black women the most.
Democratic hopeful Kamala Harris says that the nation is in a mental health care crisis, and it's time to put the matter on the ballot.