Democrats who think impeachment is a political winner are overinterpreting the lessons of the Clinton impeachment in the late '90s, said a journalist who wrote a book on the era.
Progressive Democrats say their party can't ignore race, but that to make it a winning issue there has to be an economic populist element that explicitly calls out "villains."
Kamala Harris labeled President Trump’s comment that Democratic congresswomen should return to their countries of origin as a racist trope and said he is failing to unite the country.
Speaking to an African-American fraternity's annual conference Saturday, Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris warned that Russia is seeking to divide Americans along racial lines.
Most people have "no clue" how much data big tech companies are collecting about them, and the risks of this electronic surveillance are great, said an advocate for stricter regulation.
Sen. Kamala Harris’s three-day trip to Iowa, which starts today, would have been just another 2020 campaign story only a week ago.
A stunning exchange between Biden and Harris overshadowed everything else that took place Wednesday and Thursday nights, as 20 Democratic hopefuls paraded to the stage over two nights to try to generate attention and enthusiasm for their candidacies.
On Thursday, people will set summer relaxation aside and turn their attention to politics, since this is the debate at which most top-tier candidates will appear.
Bernie Sanders was frustrated in 2016 that the media covered candidates more than voters. So he's launching his own livestream channel to change that, and to build his own base of support.
"Transformation requires people changing. And I don't think most people change when they're defensive," said a progressive religious leader who grew up in white conservative evangelicalism and now advocates for racial justice.
Roy Moore’s announcement that he would once again run for the U.S. Senate in Alabama sent a shudder through the Republican Party and raised a question: Could the GOP have avoided this scenario by uniting early around a credible consensus candidate?
Former Vice President Joe Biden told an anti-poverty gathering Monday that President Trump has pitted racial groups against one another, but pushed back against criticism of his calls for bipartisan compromise.
John Hickenlooper, one of more than 20 Democratic hopefuls for the 2020 presidential election, took a definitive step away from the left during a speech Thursday in Washington.
A House panel held its first hearing Tuesday to consider legislation that would attempt to give news companies great power to negotiate with major social and search platforms like Facebook and Google.
Pete Wehner is a prominent conservative critic of Donald Trump who worries that impeachment would make the president a “martyr” and further inflame American politics.
A ruling expected this month from the Supreme Court will have a far-reaching effect on the balance of power in Congress and in state legislatures around the country for over a decade from now.
The Washington Post's Paul Kane talks about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's tough balancing act: getting Democrats to support her cautious approach to considering impeachment of President Trump.
Bernie Sanders may have captured the hearts of young voters in 2016 and be leading them now, but one observer of youth politics thinks that that advantage may evaporate.
Some Democratic presidential candidates are calling to eliminate the filibuster for legislation, a measure that would allow the Senate to pass laws with a simple 51-vote majority, rather than the current requirement of a 60-vote supermajority.
The generational divide among white evangelicals over issues of race and social justice has given the group a more conservative reputation than is merited, but that will change in the coming decade.
Rep. Patrick Kennedy, D-Mass., became a vocal proponent on mental health after disclosing his own battles.