Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s opponents may not win in a battle of plans. But attacking her honesty could undercut her image of combating corruption.
Public support for Democrats’ impeachment efforts is rising, even among Republican voters – a trend which could spur GOP lawmakers to defect from the president.
‘America in One Room’ polled voters before and after discussions and briefings. Centrist proposals gained support, as did confidence in democracy.
Impeachment could be the fight of President Trump's political life. But this is a president who seems to welcome – and even thrive on – political brawls.
Zorica Rebernik, obsessed with the red color, drinks coffee in her house in the village of Breze near Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Oct. 16.
2004 was the last time Democrats were faced with trying to oust a Republican president. The debate feels strikingly similar.
The president is further behind his likely challengers than any incumbent in modern history. But the small number of competitive states may benefit him.
Candidates who fail to make the cut for the next debate have little reason to stay in the race. Several are being encouraged to consider Senate bids.
Outcry over headline on president's speech shows the left becoming as unhappy as the right with mainstream media coverage.
In Tuesday’s debate, candidates engaged in sharp exchanges over health care plans, teed up by moderators. Tonight may be just as contentious.
The former special counsel stuck to the outlines of his report, with cautious testimony that broke little new ground.
To the left, calling out racism is a step toward eradicating the problem. To the right, the term is being flung around recklessly.
Billionaire Tom Steyer joined the crowded Democratic 2020 presidential field just as California Rep. Eric Swalwell ended his bid. Does wealth matter?
Saying she would eliminate private health insurance may win progressive votes for Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren – but could alienate moderates.
At his kickoff campaign rally in Florida, the president gave a speech that could have come from 2016. He may need new ideas to attract new voters.
Less noise. More insight.