Politics Jul 10Who’s in, who’s out of the 2020 race
Despite Rep. Eric Swalwell’s exit from the 2020 race, the Democratic field held at a net zero change this week after environmentalist Tom Steyer launched his White House bid.
Nation Jun 22ICE raids delayed ahead of Pence’s ‘Latinos for Trump’ rollout in Miami
Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to be in Miami, one of the 10 cities where ICE planned to conduct its operations, to launch a ‘Trump for Latinos’ campaign. Local immigrant advocates say the raids may have proposed a scheduling…
Politics Jun 18How Trump has made campaigning ‘part of the presidency’
President Donald Trump flipped Florida, the largest swing state in the nation, from blue to red in 2016. He picked Florida as the site for his official 2020 re-election kickoff rally on Tuesday.
Politics May 17Trump says his trade policy is working. To some Wisconsin farmers, it’s ‘a kick in the teeth’
In Wisconsin, a state that helped carry President Donald Trump to victory in 2016, family farmers are among the hardest hit by the U.S.-China trade war.
World Apr 11The charges against Julian Assange, explained
Here’s a look back at WikiLeaks and Julian Assange’s legal battles, and what might come next.
Politics Mar 04What does John Hickenlooper believe? Where the candidate stands on 7 issues
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper announced Monday that's running for president in 2020. Here's where he stands on key issues.
Politics Feb 15What does William Weld believe? Where the candidate stands on 5 issues
Former Massachusetts Governor William Weld is the first person to signal plans to mount a primary challenge against President Donald Trump. Here is where Weld stands on key issues in the 2020 election.
Politics Oct 17In one of California’s reddest districts, Republican loyalty is tested by an indictment
This year, an unexpected political scandal has forced Republican voters in the district to reassess their allegiance.
Education Jul 03Race in college admissions: Read the Trump administration’s statement on reversing policies
Seven guidelines set by the Obama administration that promoted diversity in classrooms and on campuses are being appealed by the Departments of Justice and Education, according to a statement provided to the PBS NewsHour today.
World Feb 03Why is Turkey attacking northwest Syria?
A new front is opening in the Syrian civil war, and a turning point, it seems, is coming for U.S.-Turkey relations.