The former vice president raised $15.2 million in the third quarter.
But voters are still closely divided on the issue.
The 'New York Times' says the controversial member of Congress has fallen in line. That's only half the story.
The left wants the party to fight tooth and nail. The party has responded: "Get real."
If he wants to beat Elizabeth Warren, he'll have to explain to voters what the difference between them is.
In an interview, Sanders told VICE News that comparing policy plans with Warren "is not the way you necessarily win a campaign".”
"There are so many more important things to do," the former Senate majority leader said.
Standouts included Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and... Marianne Williamson?
The 2020 candidate has some dire warnings about the economy.
Most Democrats didn't really want an impeachment fight, and now they're free to move on to more important battles.
The former vice president is leading in extremely early 2020 polls, but the party's progressive activists are dreading his candidacy.
Beto O'Rourke's campaign promises to be driven more by personality than ideology. Will Democrats go for it?