People who worked for Biden in 1993 say they’re skeptical of Reade’s allegations — but they also barely knew her. Inside an office culture 27 years later.
Reade, who has alleged Joe Biden assaulted her in 1993, believes the media is applying a double standard to her story and Democrats aren’t taking her seriously.
Democrats Will Have To Answer Questions About Tara Reade. The Biden Campaign Is Advising Them To Say Her Story “Did Not Happen.”
Joe Biden has yet to personally address Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation, but his campaign has circulated talking points.
A Conservative Journalist Admitted To Taking $100,000 From A Financier Connected To A Controversial Chinese Billionaire
Bill Gertz, who was fired from the Washington Free Beacon late last year, acknowledged the payment in newly unsealed court filings.
Judge Kevin Thomas Duffy developed a reputation as a tough issuer of sentences who was a beloved mentor to his clerks and a larger-than-life presence in the courtroom.
“There was laughter everywhere that he went.”
The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Set Off A Massive Expansion Of Government Surveillance. Civil Libertarians Aren't Sure What To Do.
As nations around the world take on sweeping new powers to fight the disease, critics aren't sure what's necessary and what's too far.
“He’s chopping his employees in a pandemic,” said one staffer in Florida.
“A functioning democracy should not have this,” one person trying to vote in the primary said.
The billionaire spent over $500 million on his campaign and is dropping out to endorse Joe Biden.
Bloomberg poured hundreds of millions of dollars into Super Tuesday, and he’s ending the day with the future of his presidential campaign uncertain.
Bloomberg insisted he’s not dropping out of the race and grew irritated when asked if he was taking votes away from Joe Biden.
Bloomberg’s whole plan rides on Super Tuesday. “I'm going to do very well. I'm not worried about that,” he said in an interview.
The Democratic 2020 candidates are building new messages around the coronavirus, pivoting off their more typical arguments as the outbreak soaks up media attention.
This is the problem with keeping the candidate himself at a remove from the fray. It turns out the fray is pretty tough.
The sheer gigantism of the former New York City mayor’s 2020 campaign is persuading Democrats to trust his operation.
The Hawaii lawmaker staked her campaign on New Hampshire and South Carolina, and didn't go far in either.
Gabbard has faded in the Democratic primary, but she has real appeal in libertarian-minded New Hampshire.
"There’s still 46 states to hear from, and that’s where I’m gonna compete," Bloomberg told BuzzFeed News.
The strategy seems to be less about literal winning than, as is often the case in Trump world, the energy and appearance of winning. The other (also weird) caucus.