The senator from Kentucky was worried enough to get tested. But while he waited for the results, he kept going to work, the gym, and the pool.
Senator Sherrod Brown discusses the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic and what he thinks Congress needs to do now.
After another dismal showing, the Vermont senator has no clear path to the nomination.
To become the unity candidate, he first had to start tearing his rivals down.
The former president still sees his role as uniting the party after voters pick a nominee.
The former mayor of New York spent $500 million in 16 weeks, then dropped out less than 12 hours after polls closed on the first day he was on the ballot.
Joe Biden likes to say he was the poorest man in the Senate. Bernie Sanders rails against the establishment. But family members have long benefited from the Democratic front-runners’ political careers.
His appearance at a local Democratic fundraiser in 2011 was the kind of move a potential presidential candidate would make to test the waters.
After the Nevada caucus, Democratic Party leaders have never looked more uncertain about their future.
Democrats’ previous president and maybe their next one have a particularly fraught relationship.
And here’s what he accomplished.
Edward-Isaac Dovere discusses the Democratic presidential primary, the opioid epidemic, and Trump with Representative Chris Pappas of New Hampshire on The Ticket.
The former vice president’s Iowa dud was a long time coming.
The former South Bend, Indiana, mayor chose to give a bold victory speech before any official results were released, undercutting his rivals.
"The answer to one Republican New York billionaire is surely not going to be a slightly richer Republican New York billionaire,” one Biden ally said. “It's laughable we even have to say that out loud."
In the inaugural episode of The Ticket, the Iowa native and congressional candidate J. D. Scholten previews the first votes of the 2020 presidential election.
In which Mike Bloomberg quotes Leviticus in Miami and Bernie Sanders lights a menorah with a blowtorch
The newly revealed comment is one of the former president’s strongest known critiques of his successor.
“I’m challenging our presidential candidates to think about who we are as a party, what our core values are.”
The former Massachusetts governor is practicing the kind of politics many voters say they want. How come it’s not working?