Two of the most important people in the world stood in an enclosed room for hours. Now one has the coronavirus. Will there be any more debates?
Trump seemed determined to make his debate with Biden as incomprehensible as possible.
For all the talk of a constantly shifting election, my trip to Minnesota showed how things may not be changing much. Voters know what they care about, and their minds are made up.
In the days since the justice's death, people have placed flowers and candles outside the Supreme Court building.
The Democratic presidential nominee made the comments during a press conference, ahead of a Thursday trip to Kenosha.
Painters In Kenosha Are Covering Up Black Lives Matter Messages With Murals About “Love” And “Unity”
As protests and violence upset their city, some white residents are trying to drown out BLM messages with something else. “Black lives — no, cut me out,” one said. “All lives matter.”
Joe Biden Promised A Way Out Of The Darkness — And The Coronavirus Crisis — As He Accepted The Democratic Nomination For President
Biden’s acceptance speech at a party convention stripped down because of the pandemic made a tight, forward-looking case for his candidacy.
Kamala Harris’s Acceptance Speech Made Clear How Important Her Identity Will Be For The Rest Of The Campaign
Kamala Harris’s official acceptance of the Democratic vice presidential nomination showed a candidate changed from her own presidential run a year earlier.
Joe Biden's late son Beau, and his relationship with Harris, hung over the first appearance of the Democratic presidential ticket.
“You do not understand how much this means for us,” a longtime Democratic official said of Biden picking Kamala Harris as his running mate.
Omar beat a well-funded challenger in her Democrat-heavy Minnesota congressional district.
An alarming photo of a hallway crowded by mostly maskless students in a Georgia high school raises issues with reopening schools all around the country.
Ilhan Omar, facing a primary based in part on her national image, said in an interview her image and identity justify her politics.
The California senator, who ran for president herself last year, will be the first Black woman on a major party presidential ticket.
In suburban western Wisconsin, voters were unusually nuanced about how realistic Trump’s push to reopen schools during the coronavirus pandemic really is.
Antone Melton-Meaux was virtually unknown. But he's now raising millions in his challenge to Ilhan Omar.
The small nonprofit that raised millions during protests in Minneapolis has struggled to spend all of its new money and is now being attacked on the right.
Interviews with more than 40 children across the country reveal American childhood in the midst of COVID-19 — and how race and class help define which children will emerge unscathed.
The US Women’s National Team Is Demanding US Soccer Apologize To Black Players For Banning Kneeling During The National Anthem
Emails obtained by BuzzFeed News show that in 2017, US Soccer suggested a player who violated the policy twice could be suspended for a year.
The announcement marks an unprecedented victory for activists that could prove a turning point in criminal justice reform.