You almost felt sorry for them, the six Democratic presidential candidates having their last debate before the Iowa caucuses. The subject of President Donald Trump’s ,
When then-candidate Donald Trump launched his long-shot bid for the presidency in 2015, smart Republicans warned that he represented an existential threat
After the Iowa caucus resulted in a split decision between Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders, few things seemed certain besides the need to question a process involving
Will there ever be a right time for a woman president? I understood why progressive voters were ambivalent at best about Hillary Clinton in 2008 and 2016.
With his crushing victory in the Nevada caucuses, and his increasing dominance in national polling, it’s looking more and more likely that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will be the Democratic nominee for president.
Buttigieg was a surprise hit in a race where favourites Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are both more than 70 years old.
Joe Biden faces scrutiny over Ukraine, Elizabeth Warren is surging and Bernie Sanders had a heart attack, but recent developments in the Democratic presidential battle are getting minimal attention, swamped
Political polarisation isn’t just toxic for us culturally – it’s also bad for the economy. Many economists are predicting an economic slowdown, which increases the risk of another recession,
“Don’t tell me this isn’t about sexism,” is what at least one feminist writer has said about Elizabeth Warren’s failure to win the Democratic nomination. Apologies in advance for mansplaining,