But Democrats are taking their time weighing their next move.
Governor Roy Cooper’s winning streak in North Carolina may be hard for purple- or red-state leaders to replicate.
History suggests that Joe Biden and the Democrats are going to have a tough two years and a disaster in the midterms. Here’s their plan to avoid that.
The country’s future now rests in the hands of a generation that won’t be around to see the outcomes of its decisions.
It was a day of chaos in Washington, D.C. But in Wilmington, Delaware, President-elect Joe Biden pulsed with quiet anger.
Gabe Sterling spends every day with “horrible cognitive dissonance.” But he says he’s committed to doing his job.
Only one top Biden adviser isn’t joining him in the White House—but she’ll still stay close.
The former Senate candidate from South Carolina wants to be DNC chair, and he won’t support defunding the police.
Tom Perez, the head of the Democratic National Committee, won’t run for reelection. Jaime Harrison, who raised more than $100 million for a failed U.S. Senate bid, is positioned to replace him.
His victory wasn’t about his campaign. It was about him.
Joe Biden has been waiting his whole life to be president. He’s still waiting.
The Badger State could decide the presidency again. Or it could be “one of a bunch of cherries on top of a democracy sundae.”
Donald Trump barely won the state in 2016. Here’s how Democrats plan to flip it back.
The senator from New Jersey talks about Donald Trump, race, and the Supreme Court—and says he thinks he’s “taking up space” in the president’s head.
Anti-Trump Republicans say Bush’s absence from 2020 is inexcusable. Bush’s office says he’s staying retired.
The arena politician won’t be appearing in an arena anytime soon. He has other plans.
The biggest factors she blames for her loss—disinformation, Vladimir Putin, and America’s deep political divide—will still be problems even if Trump loses, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee warns.
In a new book, former CIA Director John Brennan traces how he came to believe that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. There’s still more about Russia that worries him.
Trump says he isn’t preparing. Biden’s aides see debates as boxes to check. But many Democrats remain nervous.
With a Supreme Court vacancy after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, Republican senators must again choose between country and party.