Reuters

After over a year of a hard-fought campaign for the Democratic nomination for President, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announced she'd be suspending her campaign.

Praise and gratitude immediately began pouring out to the Senator, with #ThankYouElizabeth shooting to the top of Twitter's trending list and candidates from other campaigns publicly commending her.

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NBC News

Contenders for the 2020 Democratic nomination debated in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday ahead of the state's primary in the most confrontational debate yet.

Present on the debate stage for the first time was billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a late entry to the campaign whose advertising blitz helped contribute to his rise in the polls, despite having yet to appear on a primary ballot.

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ABC News

As the Democratic presidential primary heats up, the question on everyone's mind is which candidate stands the best chance to defeat President Donald Trump in the 2020 general election.

According to a new poll released by Quinnipiac University, it's Trump who may have to worry whether or not he can beat any of the top tier candidates.

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Democratic presidential contenders are descending upon New Hampshire just ahead of the state's primary.

The candidates are tirelessly speaking with voters and holding campaign events, which has led to some interesting moments.

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Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) made waves on Tuesday after announcing that she'd take broad steps to cancel student loan debt for 42 million Americans on the first day of her presidency.

What's more, the former Harvard Law Professor says she doesn't need Congress to do it.

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For many political pundits and politicians alike, the minor children of elected officials are off limits.

So much as mentioning them is met with backlash.

Unless of course a politician wants to use his own child to mock someone.

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In January 2017, Facebook hired a former NBC news anchor, Campbell Brown. The goal was to create Facebook News, the social media company's "news partnerships team."

In addition to her duties establishing Facebook's "quality news" feature in a dedicated tab, Brown runs her own news outlet: The 74.

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