Yes, but there are a few caveats.
Bernie Sanders is a first choice for many Democratic activists, but if he's not one's top choice, he usually isn't considered an option.
Most U.S. cities have a housing crisis and severe racial segregation. Will a spate of new plans work to solve both problems?
Both plans draw on the progressive Green New Deal, prioritize environmental justice, and would be paid for by closing corporate tax loopholes.
When it comes to climate change, the Department of Defense has historically focused on preparation rather than prevention.
As antitrust increasingly becomes a topic of mainstream conversation, it brings with it the political will necessary to ensure vigorous enforcement.
Tuition costs have ballooned since the 1970s, but some argue making college free is a regressive solution.
Progressives often debate whether universal or targeted policies are best suited to create a more equal society. Warren's college plan brilliantly combines them both.
Warren's plan includes proposals for the elimination of student loan debt for most students, an expansion of grants for low-income students, and free public education.
Warren's plan includes ending fossil fuel drilling on public lands, eliminating entrance fees for national parks, and mandating spending for the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Fourteen states have signed a law pledging their electoral votes to the national popular vote winner, regardless of whether that candidate wins the state.
The presidential candidate proposes to fight industrial agriculture through reforms on mergers, checkoff programs, right-to-repair, and country-of-origin labels.
The Democratic presidential hopeful has proposed dismantling Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon monopolies.
The senator is targeting Recession-era private-equity practices.
The American left hasn't been this energetic in decades—and they're raising hard questions for almost every Democratic candidate.
Tweets by Donald Trump about Elizabeth Warren prompted a Native American voting rights group to call for honors bestowed on the perpetrators of the massacre to be rescinded.
Massachusetts senator and 2020 Democratic hopeful Elizabeth Warren unveiled her plan for universal child care on Tuesday.
Three prominent progressives all want to tax the wealthy to reduce income inequality, not just raise revenues. But their plans are different in key ways.
Unlike men, they need to convince voters they can simultaneously fill the roles of homemaker and public official.
Warren's proposed housing bill is attempting to address both the housing shortage and the devaluation of homes—while also hinting at reparations.