The drone strike that killed Iran’s top military commander thrust the 2020 presidential campaign into a new focus on foreign policy, a moment that could play to the strengths
Ten months ago, I gave readers of this column an early preview of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Keep an eye on the new faces, I sagely advised: Sens.
Late Monday morning, Senator Cory Booker announced that he would be suspending his presidential campaign. “It was a difficult decision to make, but I got in this race to win,
What happens in the wine cave stays in the wine cave. At least, that’s how it’s supposed to work in the world of American politics. For decades, Democrats would rail against the “wealthiest 1%”
Buttigieg was a surprise hit in a race where favourites Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are both more than 70 years old.
"I have concluded that this battle for the Democratic nomination will not be successful," the leftist Sanders told supporters in a livestream announcing he is dropping out.
“The demonisation of wealth in this country is mind-blowing. Now all success is scrutinised. Merely to succeed, especially financially, invites scrutiny, judgment, abuse.”
There’s a saying that almost every black person in America is familiar with: “You have to work two times harder, and be twice as good.” This phrase has been passed down
From Elizabeth Warren to Tulsi Gabbard, the Democratic presidential candidates have come out strong for breaking up big tech. It has become a central focus of Warren’s campaign,