July 2019 is on track to be the hottest July ever recorded. Plus: To be reelected in 2020, Trump has to win over this subset of voters, but his rhetoric isn’t helping.
President Trump’s tweets have done little to deter supporters, who chanted “Send her back!” about Representative Ilhan Omar last night at one of his darkest rallies yet.
The House voted to table Representative Al Green’s impeachment resolution. Plus: The economist Raj Chetty wants to “revive the American dream”—with an idea to change America itself.
House Democrats will vote on a resolution to condemn the president’s racist tweets. Plus: Can Mark Esper really help steer Trump?
President Trump denied that his tweets—telling several congresswomen of color to go back to the countries “from which they came”—were racist. Plus: a 2020 sleeper issue.
Many of the MSNBC moms and energized youths at the annual Netroots Nation conference have already settled on their top candidate—with a surprising second choice.
Amy McGrath will try to do what Beto O’Rourke couldn’t: Remove a high-profile Republican from a deep-red state.
To avoid repeating the errors of 2016, the party is training young people of color to be campaign organizers for the eventual Democratic nominee.
Many 2020 Democrats agree that school segregation is a significant problem, but not all of them want the federal government to step in.
The Trump administration is still exploring a census citizenship question, despite a Supreme Court ruling last week. Plus: the most important argument for 2020 Democrats.
President Trump is harnessing D.C.’s Fourth of July celebrations for his own purposes. Plus: A pediatrician describes her experience treating children at a Border Patrol facility.
The Trump administration said that 2020 census forms would now be printed without a question about citizenship. Plus: The real turning point for women’s political power.
At a visit to Border Patrol facilities this week, the freshman congresswoman Madeleine Dean of Pennsylvania met weeping women and exchanged notes with detained children.
Female lawmakers needed a critical mass in Congress before they could begin chipping away at the inequalities baked into the nation’s laws.
President Donald Trump became the first sitting president to cross the border into North Korea. Plus: A new magazine is laying out a future for conservatives, post-Trump.
Joe Biden may be the front-runner, but the senator from Vermont set the terms of the conversation.
Tomorrow there will be ... 10 more Democratic 2020 candidates sharing a debate stage. Plus: How a home-goods company got tangled up in the migrant-detention crisis.
The 2020 hopeful is hoping to stand out on the debate stage. But he’ll have only a couple of minutes to say something memorable.
Bernie Sanders’s new $1.6 trillion debt-cancellation plan is the most expansive yet among 2020 contenders. Plus: There’s trouble in South Bend.
President Donald Trump faces a new sexual-assault allegation. Plus: Newspaper archives are filled with Joe Biden’s struggles to explain himself on race and civil rights.