Democrats think of themselves as the party of working people and were surprised when Trump was able to steal working-class voters from them.
By Steve Peoples and Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Despite a Russia scandal engulfing the White House, a historically unpopular health-care plan wrenching Capitol Hill and no major GOP legislative achievement, Democrats are still struggling to tell voters what their party stands for.
By Jessica Yarvin
Since President Donald Trump’s victory last year, a growing number of Democrats have begun cursing more in public, using language that they’ve saved in the past for private conversations away from voters and the media.
By Sean Murphy, Associated Press
Democrats hoping to chip away at the Republican stranglehold have pinned their hopes on Anna Langthorn, a 24-year-old woman who has logged more than five years in the political trenches.
By Jessica Yarvin
Democrats are coming off a crushing defeat in last year’s presidential election. But they are feeling optimistic about their chances in the 2018 midterm elections, thanks to the GOP’s early struggle to enact its agenda in Congress, President Donald Trump’s…
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Democrats hope to enlist military veterans in another type of fight — for majority control of the House.
Montana's at-large seat in the U.S. House of Representatives is up for grabs and the special election is garnering national attention. Democrats are eager to frame the fight as a referendum on President Trump. Judy Woodruff learns more about the…
By Eric Tucker, Catherine Lucey and Julie Pace, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Pressing for answers to mushrooming questions, congressional Democrats demanded an immediate investigation into President Donald Trump's dealings with now-fired FBI Director James Comey and into broader questions of White House meddling on Wednesday. House Speaker Paul Ryan cautioned…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
The group, she tweeted, will "encourage people to get involved, organize, and even run for office."…
By Steve LeBlanc, Associated Press
Warren started 2017 with $4.8 million in her campaign account, the biggest piggybank of any Senate Democrat facing voters next year.
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