The prospect that Democrats don’t coalesce around one candidate is a nightmarish scenario for many in the party. Plus: The inside story of a climate policy SNAFU.
New Hampshire votes. For some (still!) undecided voters, “it’s like when you’re in college, and your paper’s due tomorrow.” Plus: The Sanders doctrine.
Or: What Bernie Sanders has in common with Michael Bloomberg. Plus: What if transparency is the problem?
Joe Biden’s electability argument fell apart in Iowa. Plus: what the moment of reunion feels like for a military spouse.
Though not a working one for tallying Iowa caucus results: As of tonight, the winner of Monday’s voting remains unclear. Plus: how to save a republic.
What to expect in Iowa tonight: “They’re very nervous.” Plus: Nate Silver and polling in the time of 2016-election PTSD.
The Senate votes against new witness testimony, paving the way for the end of the impeachment trial.
Adam Schiff was never going to be the hero Democrats wanted.
A special election jolts Democrats back to reality about their immediate prospects in the state.
Impeachment is likely dispiriting for the crop of lawmakers who, after dropping out of the 2020 race, find themselves sitting silently as one among 100.
For all the drama-free predictability of impeachment, one wildcard still hangs over the proceedings. Plus: C-SPAN is so hot right now—and that’s not a good thing.
Why the two early states could be on the cusp of losing their privileged positions. Plus: About that Joe Rogan endorsement.
All the president’s talking points. Plus: Is a Senate impeachment trial that’s called no witnesses unconstitutional?
A “Potemkin trial,” a “rushed trial,” a “fair trial.” Plus: How the political “hobbyism” of the college-educated is ruining American politics.
Which candidates are hurt most by the obsession with “electability?” Elizabeth Warren flips the script on that question. Plus: The Space Force awakens.
Cory Booker drops out; Eric Garcetti endorses Biden. Plus: The coming impeachment trial may turn out to be routine and predictable, but one figure might introduce some surprise.
The thin hope of preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons may be gone. Plus: “I know the man well enough to know that’s something he dreamed up all by himself.”
The two countries look to be in the same place they were before the killing of Qassem Soleimani: “Caught in a precarious standoff.” Plus: Inside a Warren rally.
67: That’s how many senators would have to buck Trump in the impending impeachment trial for the president to be booted from the White House.
Our staff writer David Graham argues that the Iran crisis reeks of the run-up to the Iraq War. Plus: The fans of Joe Biden’s make-America-nice-again vision.