President Obama, joined by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Cory Booker and other leaders, announced a very important retirement security initiative: ending conflicts of interests and hidden fees when people save for retirement. This common...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) grilled Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Tuesday over public advocacy of deregulation by the central bank's top lawyer, Scott Alvarez. "The Fed’s general counsel -- or anyone at theShow More Summary
What have we here? Oh, just another plan from two of Wonkette’s most favorite legislators, Bestest Senator Ever Elizabeth Warren and Inaugural Legislative Badass award winner Rep. Elijah Cummings, to save the middle class from the Republican...Show More Summary
From the Wall St. Journal blog covering Janet Yellen's report to the Senate today: It’s time for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), and she’s got lots of concerns. On a recent leak probe, she wants a response from the Fed. Ms. Yellen...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) on Tuesday grilled Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen about critical comments made by the central bank's general counsel about provisions of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law.
Hillary Clinton is theoretically a highly vulnerable candidate. She has been “caught” — in plain sight — being a Clinton, meaning her abnormal attachment to money has driven her into the pockets of big donors who seem like a Who’s Who of Evil Forces in a MoveOn.org ad. Dick Cheney played small ball, merely working […]
U.S. Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, who has so far brushed aside calls to seek the presidency, launched a campaign on Tuesday to tackle middle-class issues expected to be prominent in the 2016 election and promised to be a “loud” voice in the debate. Warren, a long-time consumer...
The face of the GOP establishment loves Elizabeth Warren! Or maybe he has an underhanded motivation
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama unveiled a significant retirement security proposal with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Monday, announcing plans to bolster retirement accounts by curbing conflicts of interest on Wall Street. The...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said the GOP-controlled Congress isn't helping the middle class by fighting over issues like the Keystone pipeline and funding for the Department of Homeland Security. Warren and Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.)...Show More Summary
A new attack ad leveled at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that uses sound clips of Elizabeth Warren doesn’t actually come from the Democratic U.S. Senator from Massachusetts but instead was paid for by American Crossroads, a Republican group not tied to Warren. The ad, titled “Rigged,”...
The conservative super PAC American Crossroads is out with its first online advertisement of this election cycle, targeting presumed Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton for accepting donations to her foundation from foreign governments.
There's a loophole in the law on financial advisors that's costing consumers $17 billion a year, money that is going into the accounts of said financial advisors instead of the retirement accounts of the people they're supposed to be helping. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- The Karl Rove-founded group American Crossroads is using progressive icon Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) as a weapon against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a new ad. The ad is entirely narrated by the voice of Warren, relying on her refrain about the deck being stacked against regular people on behalf of the powerful. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Four years ago, eyeing a defeat of Scott Brown, the liberal activist group Progressive Change Campaign Committee loudly encouraged Elizabeth Warren to return to Massachusetts and make a run for the Senate. The group raised $100,000 to draft the consumer advocate, which it gave to her the week after she announced her candidacy. Show More Summary
Nate Cohn, New York Times: Whenever I mention that Hillary Clinton is an overwhelming favorite for the Democratic nomination -- and would be even if Senator Elizabeth Warren ran -- the conversation usually comes back to 2008. "She was supposed to be inevitable last time," the refrain goes, "and she lost." I get it.... Show More Summary
While Warren still said she wouldn't run -- and, frankly, the over/under on her running is low -- she did say that she understood why people wanted her to do so.
Many right-wingers like Ronald Reagan, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Barrack Obama were elected to high office with virtually no political background. All three of these right-wingers were re-elected to office. Their lack political experience/baggage did not adversely effect their elect-ability. Show More Summary
A shocking new poll shows Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., ahead of Hillary Clinton in Iowa, the first caucus state, and in New Hampshire, the first primary state. The YouGov poll,
Move over, Hillary