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.
The Green Party’s 2020 nominee tells The Ticket he’s not running as a spoiler candidate. But he insists that Kanye West’s candidacy is a “Republican dirty trick.”
Joe Biden and Donald Trump campaign on a strangely normal 9/11, as the pandemic comes for survivors, too.
A 133-year-old law creates perverse incentives for the Trump administration—and could make a chaotic postelection period even more tumultuous.
“It takes political leadership to fix this sort of moment,” Wisconsin’s lieutenant governor says. But Trump, he suggests, “is only making things worse.”
What happens when the virtuoso retail campaigner can’t do any retail campaigning?
What the national mortgage settlement taught the freshly elected California attorney general—and how it connected her to Joe Biden
Biden’s running mate is two decades younger than he is; the potential vice presidency seems like merely a first step.
The Biden vice-presidential-nominee finalist discusses Trump’s pandemic response, Benghazi, and her family’s politics.
The Democratic nominee, just like everyone else, doesn’t know what might await him in January.
In 1973, Bass, who’s now a potential Biden VP pick, traveled to Cuba with the Venceremos Brigade. “I didn’t have any illusions that the people in Cuba had the same freedoms I did,” she said.
Long before Donna Shalala got to Congress, she was America’s longest-serving secretary of health and human services—and Anthony Fauci’s boss.
The first large-scale test of mail-in voting in the pandemic has left one in five New Yorkers with their votes tossed out.