Gallup survey results highlight 'broad, national longing for a more humane health care system that treats health care as a human right'
Presidential hopeful calls for an end to austerity cuts, saying that voters in the US territory 'must be empowered to determine their own destiny.'
Describing poverty as a "death sentence" for millions of Americans each year, Sanders supporters remain inspired by his call for a politics from below
More than 2,000 physicians announced their support Thursday for a single-payer national health care system, unveiling a proposal drafted by doctors that appears to resonate with Bernie Sanders' call for "Medicare for All."
Platform fights have always mattered.
The people in every state in this country should have the right to determine who they want as president and what the agenda of the Democratic Party should be.'
With another record-breaking fundraising effort in March, Sanders supporters give campaign financial muscle to take political revolution all the way to the convention in June
Sanders continues to trounce Trump by double digits, 51 to 40 percent, according to the George Washington University survey
"He's not moving a party to the left. He's moving a generation to the left," says pollster
Here’s the full text of the speech he delivered at the Vatican.
Despite Sanders’ historic election, we still don’t seem any closer to resolving the rancorous intra-left debates about race and class.
After his double-digits win in Wisconsin last night, Bernie Sanders’s insurgent campaign has a fair amount of momentum behind it. Still, many are asking what comes next, and how to carry the political revolution forward — whether he wins the Democratic nomination or not.
If Bernie’s campaign is going to become the catalyst for long-term transformation that many hope it will, some changes are in order.
'Our youth are no longer satisfied with corrupt and broken politics and an economy of stark inequality and injustice.'
The Cleveland native and rising political star switched her support from Clinton to Sanders
For nurses, everything begins with a basic dedication to their patients, which is why so many of them are supporting Bernie Sanders for president.
Presidential hopeful also picks up endorsement of NY Transit Workers Union
NEW YORK – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday told more than 27,000 people packed into Washington Square Park and the city streets surrounding the Lower Manhattan landmark that he and Hillary Clinton have major differences on issues ranging from Wall Street reform to trade policy and how to combat climate change.
As the senator barnstorms New York state, he’s staging a modern-day, secular revival.
Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) in a New York Times op-ed published early Wednesday became the first senator to back Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign.
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