In addition to the rousing reception for Elizabeth Warren, there were dozens of other activities happening at the Phoenix Convention Center in Netroots Nation. Here are some snippets... "Demonstration without legislation ends up with...Show More Summary
Alan Grayson Florida Rep. Alan Grayson, who is now running for Senate, has loudly insisted for years that he's the Democratic Party's leading exponent of what it means to be a true progressive. So it comes as quite a shock to see him...Show More Summary
A striking challenge made at Netroots Nation on Friday. Elizabeth Warren has drawn a line in 2016’s presidential election sands. Speaking at the Netroots Nation conference in Phoenix on Friday, she challenged the presidential candidates...Show More Summary
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren drew a bright red line on Friday for 2016 presidential candidates, calling for them to commit to end the so-called “revolving door” between Wall Street and the Cabinet. The firebrand populist said specifically that all the presidential candidates should support Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s bill introduced this week that would prohibit…
"You can't win what you don't fight for," Elizabeth Warren says in touting a bill aimed at protecting low-wage workers
If there's a rock star for the progressive movement, that person is undoubtedly Senator Elizabeth Warren. The senator was today's keynote speaker at the morning session at Netroots Nation here in Phoenix, and the crowd was not disappointed. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Andrei Cherny knows how ugly the financial industry can be. He's a former financial fraud prosecutor and an expert in financial regulations who spent three years fighting against home mortgage fraud, credit card fraud and...Show More Summary
PHOENIX (AP) — Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren says the field of 2016 presidential hopefuls should curb the influence of Wall Street banks and stop the revolving door between those working in finance and in the government.
Elizabeth Warren threw down the gauntlet with an impassioned speech at Netroots Nation on Friday morning, criticizing mass incarceration and bashing Republicans for racism. “Now look, House Republicans may still want to fly the Confederate flag, and Republican leaders may cower in the shadow...
At the Netroots Nation convention on Friday, Senator Elizabeth Warren delivered a direct challenge to Hillary Clinton and all Democratic presidential campaigns to support legislation that would end the “revolving door” between top government positions and corporate America.“Anyone who want
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) will speak at the annual Netroots Nation gathering at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona, on Friday. During the progressive convention, Warren will speak about increasing the minimum wage, student loans, Wall Street and taxes. On Saturday, 2016 Democratic presidential hopefuls ?Former Maryland Gov. Show More Summary
Live from Netroots Nation in Phoenix: During this keynote you’ll hear from one of our biggest progressive champions—Senator Elizabeth Warren. She fired up the crowd last year in Detroit, pledging to continue fighting a rigged system in a country of rising income inequality and stressing the importance of fighting for progressive values. Sen. Show More Summary
Senator Elizabeth Warren speaks at the 10th annual Netroots Nation conference Friday morning at 10:45 a.m. Watch live video below:...
Spotted: Elizabeth Warren and hubbie watching construction crane "dance" show in Chinatown pic.twitter.com/q621XaFSNP — Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) July 16, 2015 Hey isn’t that… Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat who so far has made good on her promise to not run for president, and her husband of more than three decades taking in the organized chaos […]
I've been saying this as long as I've had a blog: WASHINGTON -- Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) sent a letter on Friday accusing big cable companies of using monopoly powers to muscle consumers into paying...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) celebrated her 35th wedding anniversary this week, and in a Facebook post about the occasion, she revealed she was the one to pop the question. "I was a single mom with two little kids, and I’d just started teaching law in Houston," Warren wrote in a Facebook post July 12. Show More Summary
The federal government has a "responsibility" to facilitate sensible research into marijuana's medical benefits, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and seven other senators urged in a letter issued last week to multiple federal drug and...Show More Summary
Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts senator and Sorceress of Swag, cemented her status as the IRL version of Leslie Knope this weekend when she published a Facebook post commemorating her wedding anniversary. Thirty-five years ago the senator married Mr. Elizabeth Warren, Harvard professor Bruce Mann, after she proposed to him. May we all... More »
On Monday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren wrote a letter to top federal drug enforcement and health officials requesting that they do more to conduct and facilitate research on the health benefits of marijuana. Among other things, she urged the...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's first major economic speech of the 2016 campaign had one clear target: Jeb Bush. The former Florida governor and top Republican fundraiser has pledged that, if elected president, he'd ensure 4 percent annual growth for the country. Show More Summary