Bipartisan support is still no guarantee that a bill to strengthen the federal background-check system will pass.
A conversation with the deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee about how Democrats can win back trust, his high hopes for the party in 2018, and the possibility of impeachment.
Ralph Northam won the Virginia governor’s race on Tuesday, while Phil Murphy won the New Jersey governor’s race.
If they do, it will be a significant blow to a party struggling to prove its appeal.
Senator Brian Schatz is introducing legislation that gives states the option of allowing anyone to buy into Medicaid. Will the party’s progressive wing embrace it?
Republicans and Democrats have grown further apart in their political views during the first year of the administration, the Pew Research Center finds.
The Republican nominee will face Democratic candidate Doug Jones in December’s general election to fill the Senate seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The former hedge-fund manager is making a populist pitch, but hasn’t made a decision yet on whether to seek public office.
The Vermont senator will formally introduce the 2017 version of his “Medicare-for-all” legislation on Wednesday. Will it stand up to scrutiny?
Is the West Virginia senator’s centrism an anachronism or a way forward for the Democratic Party in Trump’s America?
The Boston Police Department said that 33 people have been arrested in connection with the rally and counter-demonstrations on Saturday.
A Q&A with Brennan Center fellow Michael German, a former FBI special agent and counterterrorism expert
The city removed them less than a week after violent protests broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, over a statue of Robert E. Lee.
The Republican race tested the power of President Trump’s endorsement.
A crowded field of candidates is vying for the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, despite extremely long odds.
Its current platform upholds “safe and legal” abortion, but some activists want its leaders to draw a line at supporting those who would legislate based on their beliefs.
Jim Justice made the announcement at a rally with President Trump.
The amendment failed to pass on Thursday afternoon, after no lawmakers voted for it.
The party is promising “A Better Deal.” Will voters be convinced?
The Senate majority leader doesn’t appear to have the support necessary to pass a repeal-only bill, but seems determined to press ahead without it.