Democratic candidates in this fall’s elections are doing their best to make sure that the former president is still on the ballot.
Gavin Newsom’s struggles could spell trouble for Democrats everywhere.
Absent further action by the state legislature, the governor could run for his old job next year—and a recent poll suggests he would have a shot at victory.
Hakeem Jeffries could end up being the first Black speaker of the House—but not all progressives are happy about his rise.
The 46th president’s slate of problems to deal with includes the erratic behavior of the 45th.
The secretary of transportation is on the road, talking infrastructure with anyone who will listen.
Yang is the first celebrity candidate who’s famous for being a celebrity candidate—and he’s defined the New York City mayoral race around him.
In his first interview after his inauguration, Biden explained what he got wrong about Trump—and what he still hoped to squeeze out of Republicans.
His mind was made up about a 2020 presidential run—until it wasn’t.
Everyone expects Harris to run for president again one day, but her job requires her to avoid even the appearance of preparing for her political future.
Democrat Colin Allred of Texas wants to make paid parental leave possible for everyone. The White House appears poised to join him.
If Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin seeks reelection, the race could be a key test of Trumpism’s viability in a swing state.
People who refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine will have higher health-care costs. The rest of us will foot the bill.
Representative Eric Swalwell built a public profile criticizing the ex-president. He’s still figuring out what’s next.
The fight between politicians, parents, and teachers over school reopenings could soon affect elections.
There’s never been a statewide politician like John Fetterman. Now he’s a front-runner for the U.S. Senate.
But his dream of a fourth term is slipping away.
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.