Electability is king in the 2020 Democratic primary as voters are choosing candidates they think their fellow citizens would support—not the ones they actually like best.
The Democratic representative hasn’t come up with a good rationale for challenging progressive Senator Ed Markey in Massachusetts. But with a name like his, it may not matter.
A Democratic super PAC is running ads to help Kris Kobach win the GOP Senate nomination in Kansas, unnerving the party’s staunchest immigrant advocates.
The long-awaited testimony of Trump’s most powerful Cabinet member yielded more venting than questions, and few answers. There’s a reason for that.
A first-in-the-nation Colorado law aimed at police accountability has activists celebrating and officers worrying.
The president’s commutation of Roger Stone was inevitable from the start.
Once the epicenter of the global pandemic, the Empire State is trying to discourage visitors from new coronavirus hot spots.
Dems have a long list of grievances against Attorney General Barr, but the president’s ally at the Justice Department is proving an elusive target.
The president planned an arena rally in Tulsa to show that life was “back to normal.” Oklahomans failed to fill the venue.
Coronavirus cases are going up, but lockdowns seem less realistic than ever.
Bill de Blasio’s turn from campaigning against racist police tactics to defending the NYPD’s crackdown on protests has disillusioned the constituents who twice elected him.
GOP leaders in swing states are huge fans of voting by mail, despite the president’s unrelenting attacks on the practice.
The sand may be safe, but what if Americans are too timid to return to shore towns and spend money?
Will North Carolina, a major presidential swing state, return to the national spotlight?
The whistleblower’s claims about the government’s lack of COVID-19 preparedness went largely uncontested, even by the president’s allies.
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s lockdown has divided the Empire State.
Empty streets are allowing construction crews to complete long-needed infrastructure projects at record speed.
COVID-19 may have forced the 2020 campaign online, but progressives are trying out an old-fashioned turnout tactic for the fall: letter-writing.
The chaos of this year could radically—and permanently—change how Americans vote.
While some members of the GOP want to end the coronavirus shutdowns immediately, others are grappling with the complexities and risks of reopening the country.
A decisive liberal triumph in a hard-fought judicial race eased fears that Republicans would exploit the coronavirus to their advantage.