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A new video game about the 2020 election lets you fight as Donald Trump, Andrew Yang, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, or Cory Booker
"Yang2020 Path to Presidency" will let players fight as Andrew Yang, President Donald Trump, and more of the 2020 presidential candidates.
One of the world’s largest basic-income trials, a 2-year program in Finland, was a major flop. But experts say the test was flawed.
Two years after Finland launched a basic-income trial for unemployed residents, many of the recipients remained jobless.
A campaign official was seen trying to stop him, but not before Yang sprayed cream into a second man's mouth.
Presidential contender Andrew Yang has had considerably low speaking times at Democratic debates compared to his strong polling
Yang announced he would not appear on MSNBC until the network apologized for, among other things, not giving him sufficient debate speaking time.
Universal basic income would give all Americans a check every month. But UBI would not solve the problems of income inequality or automation.
Andrew Yang is running for president in 2020. Here’s everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.
Yang is an entrepreneur who, among other things, wants to give every American $1,000 a month in universal basic income.
Yang followed up by saying he would make clear to Russian President Vladimir Putin that "the days of meddling in American elections are over."
Elizabeth Warren says Andrew Yang-backed universal basic income among ‘options to consider’ to ensure American financial well-being
Warren said the idea of guaranteeing income to Americans could help bolster the middle class and ensure their financial security.
In this week's edition of the Trending newsletter, we visit Andrew Yang's tech fundraiser and speak with Amazon's Werner Vogels.
Regulating big tech has become a hot topic ahead of the 2020 election — here’s where the Democratic candidates stand
Warren and Sanders are in favor of breaking up tech monopolies, while other candidates are more concerned about consumer privacy.