Increased concern about the likelihood of an economic slowdown, new questions about President Donald Trump’s standing with voters and a special election in Georgia certainly give Democrats
There is a lot to unpack when it comes to the Democratic presidential candidates’ many proposals to transform America, but the real question isn’t whether they will work.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is trying to reassure voters. Like former President Obama, he is promising that “If you like your health plan, your employer-based plan, you can keep it.” Don’t bet on it. Some presidential candidates support directly outlawing private health plans, and replacing them with a single-payer, government-run health plan.
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are Senate colleagues, ideological partners and mutual admirers. But their tacit alliance in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary is approaching a breaking point as they vie to become the progressive alternative to front-runner Joe Biden. More than five months out from the Iowa caucuses,
Having tried several times to cut the food stamp programme, President Donald Trump has hit on a plan that could accomplish that, while curtailing another object of his ire: immigration. A new rule put into the Federal Register on Monday could limit the number of legal immigrants living in or entering the United States
A complaint filed by a US intelligence official stems from Trump's communications with a foreign leader and a "promise" allegedly made by the president.
President Joseph R. Biden has already had much of the membership of the United States Senate to the White House for meetings, consultations and conversations. That’s a natural thing for someone who is a creature of the Senate — he served
When voters narrowed House Democrats’ 35-seat majority to just nine in last year’s election, Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s job got harder. Conventional wisdom had it that she’d have to tread carefully with Democrats’ famously restive caucus,
This is not the way Republicans wanted to begin the year. Missouri’s Roy Blunt on Monday became the fifth Republican senator to announce he will not seek re-election, a retirement wave that portends an ugly campaign season next year and gives Democrats
Progressive groups see an opening to expand their influence in Congress thanks to President Joe Biden. With three special elections in coming months to replace Democratic House members tapped by Biden for jobs in his administration, the