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Daniel Bush is the digital politics editor and senior writer for PBS NewsHour.
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Politics Sep 135 takeaways from the Democratic debate
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Senators Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts mostly avoided attacking each other, taking some of the fizz out of what had been billed as the first major showdown of the primary…
Politics Sep 11Who could replace John Bolton as Trump’s national security adviser?
John Bolton lasted longer than his two predecessors as national security adviser. But his departure raised fresh questions about whether anyone has the unique blend of skills to succeed in the job under President Donald Trump -- and whether any…
Politics Sep 10What to watch in the next Democratic debate
The Democratic debate Thursday will feature all the top polling candidates on the same stage for the first time, with frontrunners former Vice President Joe Biden and Senators Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts taking center stage…
Politics Aug 28How Isakson’s retirement makes Georgia even more of a 2020 battleground
Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson’s decision to retire at the end of the year could elevate Georgia as a key battleground in 2020, putting another Senate seat in play as the two parties gear up to fight over a small number…
Politics Aug 06‘Those shootings happen all the time in America.’ The view from Juárez
Many people in this border city said the El Paso shooting would not disrupt their daily routines. But people had mixed views on who to blame for the attack.
Nation Aug 06‘Words matter.’ Anger, fear await Trump in El Paso
Across the Hispanic community in El Paso, the initial shock from the deadly shooting Saturday has given way to anger and fear as the city prepares to welcome President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Politics Aug 01What we learned from the 2020 Democratic debates in Detroit
Former Vice President Joe Biden is still the frontrunner in polls, but didn't succeeded in pulling away from his closest rivals after the second round of 2020 Democratic debates in Detroit.
Politics Jul 315 takeaways from the first 2020 Democratic debate night in Detroit
Heading into Tuesday night, one of the main questions was whether Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren would take aim at each other. But they avoided attacks, in what was a substantive and vigorous Democratic debate in Detroit.
Politics Jul 24What we learned from Mueller’s testimony
Robert Mueller was clear on one point in his congressional hearings Wednesday: he did not exonerate President Donald Trump on the question of obstruction of justice, and reminded the American public that Russia interfered in the 2016 election thinking it…
Politics Jul 11Why Biden’s long foreign policy record could be a liability
Former Vice President Joe Biden's long foreign policy record may turn out to be a liability in the primaries, especially for Democratic voters calling for a more progressive approach to foreign affairs.