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Daniel Bush is PBS NewsHour's Senior Political Reporter.
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Politics Mar 26Coronavirus pandemic upends rules of partisan politics in Washington
In responding to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Republicans and Democrats in Congress have found themselves in the unfamiliar position of confronting a crisis that does not fall along partisan lines.
Politics Mar 184 takeaways as Biden pulls away in the delegate count
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s strong performance on Tuesday extended a winning streak that started with a victory in South Carolina in late February. Since then, Biden has dominated Sen. Bernie Sanders with nearly every key Democratic voting bloc.
Politics Mar 13What to watch in the Biden-Sanders debate
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders will square off Sunday in the first one-on-one debate of the primary race. Here are key things to look for.
Politics Mar 06The unyielding effort of Elizabeth Warren
For a brief moment last summer and early fall, Elizabeth Warren was on the brink of becoming the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. What happened?…
Politics Mar 04Can Biden keep the momentum? His supporters have advice
In taking stock of a stunning four-day stretch that saw Joe Biden score major victories in a swath of states, his supporters see areas for improvement in order for him to maintain that newfound momentum in what could be a…
Politics Mar 02Houston’s mayor thinks Bloomberg can deliver. Other Texas Democrats disagree
Sylvester Turner told the PBS NewsHour that he believed of all the candidates in the race, Michael Bloomberg is best equipped to improve public education and close the wealth gap.
Politics Feb 28‘It’s nothing but talk.’ In South Carolina, rural voters want change
Candidates largely ignore places like Vance, a rural community of a few hundred people where residents say they feel left out of the political process.
Politics Feb 254 takeaways from the contentious South Carolina debate
Tuesday's Democratic debate came just four days before the South Carolina primary, where former Vice President Joe Biden is ahead in the polls, as he seeks his first victory of the 2020 primaries.
Politics Feb 11As New Hampshire votes, Buttigieg, Sanders look to keep momentum going
As polls opened Tuesday, the primary race in New Hampshire appeared headed towards a two-way finish between Sanders and Buttigieg-- the top two vote getters in the Iowa caucuses last week.
Politics Feb 05Romney’s surprise vote is Democrats’ impeachment silver lining
From the start of the trial, it was clear there were not enough votes in the Senate to remove Trump from office for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress-- the two articles of impeachment approved by the House.