The senator from Massachusetts, they argue, is proffering a gentler version of progressivism that is simple to understand and compelling enough to attract a broad swath of voters.
Do they still need Bernie?
The lawmakers who most want to oust President Trump don’t agree on what the party’s strongest case against him is.
Gun violence has become personal for many people in a way that it wasn’t before—a shift the party can try to capitalize on.
Despite his racist and xenophobic comments over the years, some of his supporters just don’t believe that he’s said anything wrong. Plus: Is Texas becoming competitive again?
The Iowa Republican’s racist comments have made him a pariah among Democrats and Republicans alike. But his voters may be more devoted to him than ever.
Representative Bill Flores of Texas became the twelfth member of Congress to announce that they will not seek reelection in 2020. Who else is leaving?
On his visit to Ireland, VP Mike Pence will stay at President Trump’s private golf resort, an hour away from his meetings in Dublin. Plus: The “queen” of the Iowa caucuses
J. Ann Selzer is still waiting to find out exactly what the country’s first nominating contest will look like.
The DNC recommended that Iowa scrap its plan for virtual caucuses, citing security concerns. Plus: Hurricane Dorian approaches Florida as a potential Category 4.
James Mattis was supposed to be one of the last “adults in the room” in the Trump administration. He speaks to Jeffrey Goldberg in his first interview since resigning last year.
Kirsten Gillibrand drops out after failing to qualify for the next Democratic primary debate. Plus: the case of the nurse allegedly forced to assist with an abortion against her will
The single-term Tea Party congressman Joe Walsh joins ex-Massachusetts governor Bill Weld in challenging Trump for the GOP nomination.
President Trump canceled a meeting with the prime minister of Denmark after she rejected his interest in purchasing Greenland. Plus: Which candidates made the cut for the next Democratic debate?
Universal background checks are off the table, Trump reportedly said in a call with the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre. Plus: The president confirms he’s “been thinking about” implementing a payroll-tax cut.
Representative Ben Ray Luján said he supports an impeachment investigation into President Trump. Plus: Meet America’s electability voters.
Stacey Abrams hinted this week that she’d be open to being vice president. Plus: Israel reversed course, but Representative Rashida Tlaib won’t go.
The former Colorado governor dropped out of the presidential race today. Plus: Israel banned Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering the country.
Several 2020 candidates have called for the congressman to step down following comments he made about rape and incest. But he represents the party’s best hope in Northwest Iowa.
More politicians condemn the latest comments from Steve King, the controversial Iowa congressman facing a tough reelection come November. Plus: ICE’s Ken Cuccinelli has always been a hardliner.