We analyzed recently released ActBlue data to find out which combinations people gave to when they donated to multiple candidates.
Here are the questions Wednesday's presidential debate can answer.
Elizabeth Warren is on the rise, and part of it seems to be the idea of having plans, maybe more than any particular plan.
Whatever 🙃 means, that's how people feel about politics now 🙃
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Last month, Biden told a voter he wouldn’t support a percentage target. On Thursday, his campaign said he will “fight to further shrink the federal prison population.”
Joe Biden’s presidential campaign sometimes seems like a promise to restore us to the Obama years. But what’s been lost? And when did we have it?
In a wide-ranging answer to a criminal justice question Tuesday, Biden briefly defended the 1994 crime bill and said we shouldn’t be putting people in prison for nonviolent drug offenses.
Forty years ago, the Walkman introduced the fall-away feeling of putting on headphones wherever you were. Now our phones serve as escape and something to escape from.
Outside the mayor's Good Morning America appearance, where the protesters were out and ready.
Somehow a segment of the population has chosen not to dismiss Trump's coup stuff out of hand, and instead push it as a realistic possibility to worry about.
A new book from the authors of Politico Playbook promises an inside glimpse at our congressional leadership during the time of Trump.
But the current system still isn’t ready to handle a well-known, gray-area subject like this.
Gotta keep an eye out for those scams, but isn't the appeal of Pete Buttigieg that he seems like the antidote to the season of scam?
Presidential campaigns can poll at zero and still have something interesting to say about America. In Iowa on the trail with Marianne Williamson, who helped shape today's conversation about spirituality.
"This is going to be a positive campaign that seeks to bring out the very best from every single one of us; that seeks to unite a very divided country."
We can relitigate 2016 in all our waking days and sometimes in our dreams. Now, some people are even exploring new frontiers in relitigation, free from the original battles of the 2016 primaries.
"We began the political revolution in the 2016 campaign, and now it's time to move that revolution forward," he said in an interview Tuesday morning.
Imagine telling yourself in 2003 that you’d be able to purchase a novelty prayer candle featuring the face of George W. Bush’s FBI director.