Thursday’s Democratic primary debate will make it really clear who the top presidential candidates are.
CNN Is Not Renewing A Political Reporter’s TV Deal After She Got A New Job Running A Conservative News Site
Eliana Johnson’s CNN contract will not be renewed, as she leaves Politico to lead the Free Beacon.
Inslee leaves the race after elevating climate change issues in the primary, despite not cutting through in polling himself.
The former Colorado governor could still run for Senate.
These are some of the big questions in the first of two nights of Democratic primary debates this week on CNN.
And other things you can learn from new data on how many donors contributed to Democratic presidential campaigns each day this year.
What To Know Before Watching Thursday's Very Big Democratic Debate, Including: WAIT, THERE’S ANOTHER ONE?
Here’s what to watch for as 10 more Democratic candidates get ready for part two of the first 2020 presidential debates in Miami.
Here’s what to watch for as 10 Democratic candidates get ready for the first 2020 presidential debate in Miami on Wednesday night.
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio Will Run For President And Try One More Time To Be A National Progressive Icon
Bill de Blasio is (depending on how you want to count) the 23rd person seriously trying to win the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020.
“Where can you help people the most and change people’s lives," McAuliffe said Wednesday night. "As you know, it happens at the state level."
We have officially reached the age of politicians with LiveJournals from their youth.
California's Governor Thinks Democratic Presidential Candidates Should Commit To Taking Federal Prisoners Off Death Row
"That should be part of the conversation of a presidential damn campaign," Gavin Newsom told BuzzFeed News' Profile.
Pete Buttigieg, Asked About Joe Biden Calling Mike Pence A “Decent Guy,” Says Pence Has “Absolutely Fanatical” Views
The Democratic presidential candidate told BuzzFeed News' Profile that Pence's rise "chills a lot of us, especially in the LGBTQ community, to see that somebody like that can be in that kind of position of power.”
After considering a run, the former New York City mayor said he has decided he can do more outside a campaign. "I’ve come to realize that I’m less interested in talking than doing."
Merkley will instead run for reelection to the Senate. Under state law, he could not do both.
The former New Jersey governor said he isn't going to run against Trump, but he told BuzzFeed News' Profile he would run again if he believed he had a chance to win.
Pete Buttigieg is positioning himself in a crowded primary as a candidate for generational change.
The California billionaire announced that his group Need to Impeach will soon hold town halls, a summit in Washington, DC, and launch a public education campaign.
After days of multiple recounts, lawsuits, and protests, the race is over.
But Abrams did not end her fight against voter suppression, with a speech condemning Republican Brian Kemp.