Progressives have grown frustrated with Arizona Sen. Sinema, who has made headlines in recent months for posing roadblocks to Biden's agenda.
Biden suggested that tuition-free community college could be dropped from the bill. "We're going to come back and get the rest," he said.
Sinema is fundraising abroad while talks around Biden's spending plan stall, partly over her opposition to corporate and individual tax hikes.
The poll also found that Sinema would lose overwhelmingly to a variety of potential Democratic challengers, including Rep. Ruben Gallego.
A new report details how the moderate Arizona Democratic Senator has increasingly alienated long-time friends and political allies.
Sen. Sanders called out lobbyists for stalling Democrats' social-spending bill so that billionaires wouldn't pay their fair share in taxes.
Wages are climbing with employers scrambling for workers, but up to 32 million workers would benefit from a pay bump to $15 an hour.
Biden's spending package is going to be paid for by "billionaires who don't pay their taxes," Warren told "The View" on Wednesday.
Nancy Pelosi and her top lieutenants aren't ruling out another reconciliation bill if it means fulfilling more of Biden's domestic agenda.
Democrats are fuming at harsh cuts Manchin and Sinema want in Biden's social spending bill. Some are floating another Democratic-only bill next year.
The Arizona lawmaker is one of two moderate holdouts sparring with fellow Democrats over the price of President Joe Biden's spending agenda.
Acquiescing to Sen. Manchin's demands for a cheaper bill would mean thousands of fewer jobs in his home state of West Virginia, according to EPI.
"See where they get their money, how many of them get their money from the pharmaceutical industry and the executives there," Sen. Sanders said.
Sanders is stepping up his criticism of the centrist pair and labeling them as obstructionists who are holding up Biden's economic plans.
John McCain's actions mistakenly landed him the title of "maverick." Kyrsten Sinema wishes that could be her.
According to Axios, Sanders wanted more criticism of Sinema's political position in a statement defending her from harassment.
The Vermont Senator quietly shepherded Biden's bill for months. Now he's pissed about two moderates holding up the will of 250 Democrats.