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.
Amid talk of a primary challenge, the Senate Democratic leader cast a surprising vote against the USMCA trade deal, bucking most of his party.
A Democratic governor coaxed a Republican legislative leader into backing Medicaid expansion after years of opposition. Could this be a model for Washington?
The Democratic-led legislature voted to become the 38th and final state needed to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. But a court battle is already under way.
The Democratic debate’s early focus on foreign policy gave the senator from Vermont an opportunity to show off a record that stands alone among his opponents.
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The Democratic speaker will send the House’s articles of impeachment to the Senate without much to show for her three-week standoff with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
The progressive senator doesn’t talk about her Republican past. Should she?
She still draws impressive crowds, but the senator’s Brooklyn rally showed a candidate approaching a crossroads.
A quick guide to the lawmakers who control the president's impeachment fate
With Representative John Lewis’s grim cancer diagnosis, lawmakers must confront the possible loss of a singular figure within the Capitol.
Representative Phil Roe of Tennessee became the 25th House Republican to announce his retirement from Congress.
A historic House vote has made Donald Trump the third president in U.S. history to be impeached. Tonight caps a two-month investigation, but it was years in the making.
The House Judiciary Committee’s perfunctory vote was likely a preview of next week’s proceedings.
Democratic Chairman Jerry Nadler virtually lost control of today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing.
Today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing served to reinforce the partisan divide over President Trump’s conduct rather than challenge it.
The House impeachment report accuses Donald Trump of obstructing Congress more than any president in history, capping a confrontation that began the moment Democrats recaptured the majority.
If Democrats can’t persuade a moderate Republican like him to vote to impeach President Trump, they’re unlikely to win over any Republicans at all.
Democrats have accused the GOP of peddling Russian propaganda. This morning, that charge came from a former Trump adviser, Fiona Hill.
Cory Booker and Kamala Harris had the same grave message for their fellow candidates.
Gaps in the ambassador’s recollection frustrated Democrats and offered Republicans an opportunity to undermine his revelations.