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 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.
Mayor London Breed’s early and aggressive moves to contain the outbreak have made San Francisco a national model in fighting the pandemic.
How are people expected to vote if they’re not supposed to even leave their homes?
The two Democrats have been a study in contrasts as the Empire State becomes the epicenter of the global coronavirus outbreak.
The coronavirus’s overwhelming toll on jobs and businesses has only just begun.
The nation’s wealthiest individuals are contributing to the coronavirus-pandemic response, but they can’t compensate for government inaction.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s lo-fi address to the nation was an eerie reminder of where we find ourselves in this uncertain moment.
The big question hanging over Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders tonight: Will an unprecedented public-health crisis make voters more or less resistant to systemic change?
A lack of support from younger voters is the one missing piece in Joe Biden’s bid to reassemble the Obama coalition.
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders had criticized President Trump for downplaying the viral epidemic even as they continued to convene large rallies. Today, that changed.
What was once the most diverse primary race in history has narrowed to two white, male septuagenarians.
Sanders’s biggest obstacle is not any one of his opponents but a party establishment that remains nervous about his potential nomination.
The senator from Vermont’s record on guns is once again under attack as he hopes to solidify his front-runner status.
Days before two race-defining contests, the seven Democrats seemed worried about what’s next.
The Vermont senator’s dominant victory in Nevada solidifies his standing as the Democratic front-runner and gives a boost to the party’s progressive wing.
A notably aggressive Democratic debate in Las Vegas featured myriad attacks on the newest, wealthiest candidate onstage.
The Supreme Court justice says backers of the ERA must “start over” in their bid to amend the Constitution. A leading backer of the effort explains why she believes that the icon of the women’s-rights movement is wrong.
Bernie Sanders’s victory in the New Hampshire primary marks a turning point for Democratic politics.