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.
For little-known Representatives Tim Ryan, Eric Swalwell, and Seth Moulton, running for president may be only a stepping stone.
Female lawmakers needed a critical mass in Congress before they could begin chipping away at the inequalities baked into the nation’s laws.
The senator from California consistently cut through the noise during the second night of the first Democratic debates, in Miami.
In a pair of rulings on partisan gerrymandering and the census, Chief Justice John Roberts enshrined the nation’s modern form of winner-take-all politics into law.
For good or ill, the New York City mayor stood taller than his fellow contenders on the stage and spoke louder than most of them too.
The political rookies Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson will get their shot at Thursday’s Democratic debate, sharing the stage with eight politicians with a combined 150 years of elected experience.
Tom Downey was advising the Gore team in 2000 when he received documents stolen from George W. Bush. His first reaction was to turn them over to the FBI.
To corral a field of more than 20 candidates, Chairman Tom Perez wanted a bar for entry that “was not a layup, but also not a half-court shot.”
If today’s hearing was any indication, the House Judiciary Committee has a long way to go before anything resembling President Donald Trump’s impeachment transpires.
Representative Steve Chabot is one of the last two GOP members of the House Judiciary Committee who voted for impeachment in 1998.
The star witness of the House Judiciary Committee’s hearings on the Mueller report won’t be Robert Mueller.
The Senate majority leader’s assertion that his election-year blockade of Merrick Garland doesn’t apply to 2020 shouldn’t come as a surprise.
The career G-man is bound by the rules. He made it clear that the president is bound only by Congress.
Michael Bennet and Elizabeth Warren want members of Congress to ban themselves from ever lobbying after they leave office. Here’s why it’ll never happen.
The doctored videos shared by President Trump and Rudy Giuliani are merely a new twist on a very old line of attack from Republicans.
The former FBI director’s commitment to transparency is a hallmark of his career—for better or worse.
It hasn’t been done in nearly a century, but House Democrats could arrest the attorney general after they find him in contempt.
Being a former prosecutor can come in handy when questioning the attorney general.
The attorney general’s reputation is once again at risk, following the revelation that Special Counsel Robert Mueller objected to Barr’s handling of the Russia report.
The former vice president is leaning on his long-standing alliance with labor as he launches his presidential bid. But most major groups are holding off on endorsements.