Washington voters handed Hillary Clinton a primary win, symbolically reversing the result of the state caucus where Bernie Sanders prevailed.
The political revolution could soon be coming to a state capitol near you. I’ve written before about the…
The people Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders picked to help draft the Democratic Party platform highlight a divide between the candidates.
Petty political fights distract from the Vermont senator’s goal of a long-lasting movement.
So far the Republican presidential candidate seems invincible. Can Democrats change that?
Every major candidate left in the 2016 race can claim bragging rights after Tuesday’s primary contests in Kentucky…
Bernie Sanders supporters are increasingly convinced the election isn’t a fair fight. That's bad news for the Democratic Party.
Hillary Clinton barely won Kentucky on Tuesday, while her rival from Vermont earned a definitive victory in Oregon. What will this mean for the general?
A psychology professor looks at the U.S. Republican presidential contender’s views on gender and more.
With third parties getting new attention from disaffected Republicans, is the GOP beyond repair?
The math is stacked against Bernie Sanders—so why haven’t more voters coalesced around the Democratic presidential frontrunner?
“He’s trying. Honestly, he is trying,” GOP Chairman Reince Priebus said of the presumptive nominee.
Meet the Bernie Sanders supporters who say they won’t switch allegiances, no matter what happens in the general election.
The Democratic U.S. presidential candidate secured a win over Hillary Clinton when he desperately needed it.
A fundraising fight between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton highlights competing visions over money in politics, and how to strengthen the political left.
Conservatives and liberals agree that too many Americans are locked up, but that doesn’t mean solutions will be easy to achieve.
“Hundreds of staff members” will reportedly be laid off by the campaign in the wake of recent primary-contest defeats.
The presidential candidate vowed to “fight for a progressive party platform” at the Democratic National Convention despite a series of defeats in the Northeast.
The matchup between Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen is a case study in the way Democratic politics are shifting on issues of identity.
A year after Freddie Gray’s fatal encounter with police sparked protest, which vision for the future will win out?