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?
The first Democrat to declare his 2020 presidential candidacy remains in the race. Almost nobody knows that.
Not with Trump, not with the Green New Deal, and not with the Democrats running for president
His sometimes-goofy bid has been a surprise success. But can he make voters take the idea of Commander in Chief Yang seriously?
Despite enthusiastic crowds and an impressive pile of endorsements, his campaign couldn’t break through.
He thought the time wasn’t right for a mayor like him to run for president. Then the one from South Bend surged in the polls.
A congressman and combat veteran talks about what happens when the commander in chief has no sense of what life on the front lines is like.
It’s not what he spends to get into office that’s so transformative—it’s what he spends once he gets there.
A stroll through impeachment history with the long-shot candidate
The senator from Minnesota has outlasted flashier candidates, and dominated in last night’s debate. But can she escape the shadow of her nemesis, Pete Buttigieg, who has seized her sensible-midwesterner mantle?
Steve Chabot, a House Republican who helped lead his party's impeachment fight against Bill Clinton, explains why he’s unconvinced by the Democrats’ case against Trump.
In an exclusive interview, the presidential candidate reveals the clients he worked with, what he did for them, and how the experience shaped the way he solves problems.
Many campaigns end with leaking and backbiting—but not like hers did.
Harry Reid may be the only person who can keep the Democrats from killing one another before selecting a nominee. But will he live long enough to do it?