The Democratic debate Thursday will feature all the top polling candidates on the same stage for the first time, with frontrunners former Vice President Joe Biden and Senators Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts taking center stage…
By Juana Summers, Julie Pace, Associated Press
The California senator is facing persistent questions about whether she can recapture the energy of her campaign's opening days.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
The special elections could shed light on Republicans' prospects for holding onto votes in the suburbs in 2020.
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Lisa Desjardins to discuss the latest political news, including what’s at stake in North Carolina’s special congressional election on Tuesday, former Rep. Mark Sanford’s announcement that he’ll challenge…
Andrew Yang plans to give every American adult $1,000 a month in universal basic income, as a way to offset job loss from automation. And, he wants to pay for it, in large part, with a value-added tax.
By Jonathan Lemire, Alan Fram, Associated Press
Trying to prove his political clout by pushing a Republican to victory in a special election, President Donald Trump used a North Carolina rally on Monday to paint a bleak picture of a nation that he claimed would be overrun…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including whether Democrats are taking a “politically risky” approach to climate change policy, President Trump’s fixation with Alabama being hit…
By Hunter Woodall, Associated Press
So far in the 2020 campaign, the first-in-the-nation primary state has been more of a destination for lower-tier Democratic presidential candidates than for three of its top contenders. That changes Saturday when the 2020 field descends on Manchester for the…
By Associated Press
"I have concluded that an independent campaign for the White House is not how I can best serve our country at this time," Schultz said in a letter posted on his website.
By Errin Haines, Associated Press
African Americans make up roughly 24 percent of the Democratic primary electorate, and a much higher percent in early primary states like South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Virginia.
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