In The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News' newsletter about the 2020 campaign, former presidential candidate Jay Inslee talks about the key differences between the candidates' climate plans — and about being objectified on Twitter.
Data for Progress, a progressive think tank, commissioned neutral polling from YouGov that found Americans are willing to pay to stop carbon emissions, as long as it’s not too expensive.
“If I could be any candidate right now, I would want to be her.”
In The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News' newsletter about the 2020 campaign, Sen. Cory Booker talks about building consensus and why he's #TeamChrissy.
In The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News' newsletter about the 2020 campaign, Democratic candidate Andrew Yang talks about memes and what he thinks of being called a "doomer."
In response to a BuzzFeed News investigation about chaos and accidents in the retailer’s system of package delivery, Yang called for Amazon-specific rules.
Eliana Johnson, of Politico now and formerly National Review, will lead the neoconservative outlet.
In The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News' newsletter about the 2020 campaign, former congressman Joe Walsh talks about his worst tweets and insists he's not challenging Trump for attention.
Harris texts with BuzzFeed News about a viral moment from her June visit to the Homestead, Florida, immigrant detention center for children.
The DNC's individual donor rules to qualify for the next debate have created some absurd dynamics in the Democratic primary.
There's a new burst of energy around what many people think is a lost cause: gun control.
And…he explains what he was thinking when he made that face during the debate.
The biggest thing that happened over two nights of debates is that Joe Biden survived. This is The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News' campaign newsletter about what really matters in the presidential race.
Bill de Blasio wanted to run for president to move politics to the left — he did that Wednesday night.
This is the first presidential primary in a mature social media world.
Jeff Berman’s delegate strategy helped make Barack Obama president.