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After shifting the Democratic Party to the left, can Bernie Sanders beat a crop of fresh-faced candidates who support many of the same policies he... [Read More]
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Democrats are moving to create an organization to share voter data between national and state parties and PACs, closing an advantage Republicans have had for... [Read More]
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To accommodate the sprawling field, the party announced that it would hold debates in June and July on consecutive nights, dividing candidates by random selection. [Read More]
Tags: June - July - Debates
How a #MeToo story gets transformed into a political football, previewing the Beto-Cruz debate, and the president's approval rating. [Read More]
Taking stock of the rise of women in politics, and some context around the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. [Read More]
How the Supreme Court hearings are already affecting the election, and what the latest tariffs on China mean for the average American. [Read More]
Brett Kavanaugh's transformation from conservative beacon to #MeToo missile, plus Michael Bloomberg's efforts to sway the midterms. [Read More]
What we learned from the primaries, a trip to Charleston, and reading your emails. [Read More]
The president says Democrats padded the death toll in Puerto Rico; tips from former leaders on how to prepare for a hurricane. [Read More]
Cynthia Nixon talks to us ahead of Primary Day; signs the Senate is slipping to Democrats. [Read More]
Advice from politicians for our first day, and the latest on the New York governor's race. [Read More]
It was a night of firsts: The first openly transgender gubernatorial nominee. The first Somali-American major party nominee. The potential of the first black woman... [Read More]
Republicans who once criticized President Donald Trump are now fighting each other for his support. Minnesota faces a #metoo moment. And Democrats weigh whether to... [Read More]
Republicans who once criticized President Donald Trump are now fighting each other for his support. Minnesota faces a #metoo moment. And Democrats weigh whether to... [Read More]
There's little to no evidence to show that restricting pregnant women's activity has any benefits—so why do doctors still prescribe it? [Read More]
Washington President Donald Trump's strategy of becoming aggressively involved in the midterm elections is prompting concern among some Republicans who worry he's complicating the political... [Read More]
Tags: Trump - Congress - Ohio
According to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll conducted last October, 96 percent of Americans blamed money in politics as a cause for some or... [Read More]
President Donald Trump's strategy of becoming aggressively involved in the midterm elections is prompting concern among some Republicans who worry he's complicating the political calculus... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump is casting himself as the star of the midterm elections, eagerly inserting hi... [Read More]
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