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Daniel Bush is PBS NewsHour's Senior Political Reporter.
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Politics Dec 205 takeaways from the last Democratic debate of the year
Like the previous five Democratic debates, no one candidate emerged on top Thursday. The same may be true for the primary race overall.
Politics Dec 17What to expect at the sixth Democratic debate
Ahead of the final Democratic primary debate of 2019, voters still seem uncertain about whether a progressive or moderate candidate stands the best chance of beating President Donald Trump in 2020. Divides over age, race and gender remain.
Politics Dec 13Impeachment certain, Democrats’ strategy is a gamble for 2020
As they prepare to move toward a final House vote and a divisive, partisan Senate trial early next year, Democrats in Congress are under mounting pressure to prove that they made the right choice in pursuing an impeachment investigation into…
Politics Dec 10What does Michael Bloomberg believe? Where the candidate stands on 6 issues
Michael Bloomberg entered the crowded 2020 Democratic primary race last month, reversing a decision he made earlier this year not to seek the presidency. Here's where he stands on key issues.
Politics Dec 09In public hearing, Judiciary committee lays out its case against Trump
There is clear evidence that President Donald Trump committed impeachable offenses, House Democrats said Monday as they made their final arguments ahead of a key committee vote later this week. Tensions ran high at the House Judiciary Committee hearing, with…
Politics Dec 045 key takeaways from the Judiciary impeachment hearing
Legal scholars drew opposite conclusions about President Donald Trump’s conduct with Ukraine, underscoring the partisan divide over basic facts surrounding the impeachment investigation as it moves into a critical new phase.
Politics Dec 03A guide to the Democrats’ impeachment report
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released their report on the impeachment investigation Tuesday. The report concluded President Donald Trump put his personal interests over U.S. foreign policy and national security.
Politics Dec 03What to expect from the Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings
The next phase of the impeachment investigation will be led by Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, whose committee is in charge of drawing up articles of impeachment against the president and sending them to the House floor for a final…
Politics Dec 02Can a self-funded billionaire win over liberal Democrats?
Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer's presidential campaigns will test the country’s appetite for rich, self-funded candidates in a year where some of the most popular platforms for the leading Democratic 2020 contenders include vowing to tax the ultra wealthy to…
Politics Nov 21Hill dismisses Sondland’s Ukraine work as ‘domestic political errand,’ not foreign policy
Thursday's testimony from Fiona Hill and another career diplomat concluded two weeks of public impeachment hearings by the House Intelligence Committee. Both Democrats and Republicans are digging in as the investigation shifts to the Judiciary Committee and a likely House…