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Joe Biden’s candidacy is more than a test of the public’s faith in one man. It is a test of how relevant centrism is in modern American politics.
Pete Buttigieg has struggled to gain traction in Southern states. Is it his identity as an openly gay candidate, or his record on racial justice?
In an effort to boost voter participation, California will roll out several major changes at polling stations, including new equipment and expanded same-day voter registration. Will it work?
Bernie Sanders has a real shot at winning in South Carolina, as splits emerge in the state’s largely African American primary electorate.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham says the law is a needed deterrent to control gun violence, but critics say it's unconstitutional. Some sheriffs say they will assert their discretion over its enforcement.
Front-runner Bernie Sanders was the target of attacks in Tuesday night's Democratic debate. The focus, analysts say, underscores both the momentum of his campaign and the Democrats' failure to unify.
For the Trump administration, the coronavirus could become an unexpected stress test of the president’s churning approach to executive management.
A very public reckoning today for Harvey Weinstein will likely ripple through many more private lives.
Bernie Sanders has become the Democratic front-runner thanks to his grassroots army. But he has failed to rein in his most ardent foot soldiers.
Seventy-three percent of Americans favor gender equality and want to see the constitutional amendment passed, according to a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC. The ERA still faces opposition from conservatives.
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