A legal challenge in New Jersey is one of several around the country filed by Democrats claiming Republicans and the Trump campaign are pushing for voter intimidation on Election Day.
By James Nord, Associated Press
A trio of ballot measures could radically reshape South Dakota politics.
By Michael R. Blood, Associated Press
The Nov. 8 election will likely reflect long-term trends that have seen the nation's most populous state become increasingly diverse and firmly Democratic.
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
A drained and dwindling group of Democrats, some draped in blankets and toting pillows, carried their remarkable House floor sit-in past daybreak Thursday.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, Democrats mounted a filibuster on the Senate floor, demanding tougher gun controls in the aftermath of the Orlando shooting, including a ban on selling weapons to people on the terror watchlist. Also, another tragedy played…
By Associated Press
Bernie Sanders says he and Hillary Clinton are set to talk Tuesday evening after the final Democratic presidency primary…
By Kathleen Hennessey and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Nearing the end of a lengthy primary fight, Democrats are coalescing around Hillary Clinton's presidential bid and looking to reunite the party through a carefully orchestrated plan aimed at nudging rival Bernie Sanders to make his exit.
By Kathleen Hennessey and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
With pressure growing for him to quit the presidential race, a subdued Bernie Sanders emerged from a meeting with President Barack Obama on Thursday vowing to work with primary rival Hillary Clinton to defeat Republican Donald Trump in the general…
By Ken Thomas and Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders dueled for support ahead of California's presidential primary on Tuesday as the Vermont senator showed few signs of backing off.
By Lisa Lerer and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Democratic Party leaders are upping the pressure on Bernie Sanders to drop out, alarmed that his continued presence could undermine efforts to beat the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump.
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