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.
Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, and Joe Biden all spoke on live TV in glowing terms — without any results.
The Iowa caucus system allows supporters to pick a second choice if their candidate doesn’t clear a 15% viability threshold. "There’s a big potential for us not to move anywhere,” said one Yang supporter.
Leftist Magazine Jewish Currents Is Expanding — And Hiring A Leading Writer On American Jewish Politics
The recently relaunched magazine has hired Peter Beinart, suggesting a power shift in the politics of American Jewish media.
The former New York City mayor held a grand event for “Women for Mike” in New York, far away from Iowa.
Trump, a source said, has been watching the network's analysis with interest.
There were a lot of books published this decade. These are the ones we’ll never forget.
Tulsi Gabbard says she'll never run third-party for president. But she can't shake skepticism of her motives.
The Free Beacon Fired A Top Reporter For A “Financial Transaction” With Someone He Frequently Covered
The conservative news site has attached a disclaimer to stories Bill Gertz wrote about a controversial Chinese billionaire.
The Republican Presidential Primary Debate Was A Rare Rebuke Of Trump In His Own Party. Hardly Anyone Was Watching.
The debate between Bill Weld and Joe Walsh was hardly a debate: They agreed that Trump has to go and hoped that their party was listening.
The sale would have been a potentially awkward ideological fit; the Weekly Standard stayed determinedly anti-Trump throughout the election, while the Federalist adopted more of an anti-anti-Trump or pro-Trump stance.
When Their Book Deal Blew Up After Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Glenn Thrush Kept His Advance. Maggie Haberman Had To Pay Hers Back.
Haberman paid the price after a series of events that began with sexual misconduct allegations against her male coauthor.
NeverTrumpism in 2019 is Bill Weld on a short, rainy, and little-noticed trip to Iowa.
“The similarities to Dr. Paul’s campaigns are striking,” one of Paul’s former aides said of Gabbard’s presidential run.