New York’s mayor dropped out of the presidential campaign Friday. We texted with him about his campaign, the climate strike, and what’s next for the city.
"It's been an extraordinary experience," he said on MSNBC Friday morning.
The DC statehood bill has unprecedented support in the House, but not a single Republican supports the plan.
The former secretary of state also called Israel's embattled prime minister "a bit Machiavellian" during a wide-ranging discussion at Harvard University on Tuesday.
Do you need more direct proof that Canada was, just like the US, deeply flawed? Behold Justin Trudeau’s multiple instances of blackface and Canada’s miserable election cycle!
Trump filed a lawsuit on Thursday to block subpoenas issued by New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance for the president's tax returns.
Some LGBTQ Advocates Want More From Pete Buttigieg: "I'm Not Going To Vote For Him Just Because He’s Gay"
“You have extra burdens and extra expectations, often unreasonable,” said one Buttigieg ally. “You have to shoulder that.”
In The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News' newsletter about the 2020 campaign, former presidential candidate Jay Inslee talks about the key differences between the candidates' climate plans — and about being objectified on Twitter.
The attorney general is making the pitch to Republicans to expand background checks, but everything hinges on whether Trump will get behind it.
Janessa Goldbeck, who retired as a Marine captain just six weeks ago, said she supports the Second Amendment but wants to keep military-style weapons out of civilian hands.
A New Poll Shows Elizabeth Warren And Joe Biden Leading After The Last Debate. And Warren Has More Support From Other Candidates’ Voters.
Last week’s debate barely changed a thing, according to a new Civiqs and Data For Progress poll.
“Simply holding a job doesn’t entitle you to keep it. You’ve got to deliver,” Suraj Patel says in his first ad of the 2020 campaign.
The US Government Is Suing To Stop Edward Snowden From Making Money From His New Book And Public Speeches
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit accusing Snowden, a former contractor for the CIA and NSA, of breaching secrecy agreements he signed by not submitting his book and public remarks for prereview by the government.
The viral writer wants to galvanize young people with her new book, How to Start a Revolution. But past controversies — and a new complaint filed by her New York University students — threaten to undermine her message.
In a speech in New York City's Washington Square Park, Elizabeth Warren brought her plans together under an anti-corruption message with an inside/outside strategy to create change.
Congressional Democrats are planning to grill the FBI over its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court justice, but are not moving toward impeachment.
The Bernie Sanders Campaign Says It Needs A Movement To Win. The Democratic Socialists Of America Are Building One.
The socialist organizers who helped get Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez into Congress are now working to get Bernie Sanders into the White House.
In an era of hyperpartisanship, Harrison is embracing a nice-guy, servant-leader’s approach to try to unseat Graham, one of Donald Trump’s top allies.
Trump made the courts a major voting issue for Republicans in 2016. Liberal legal advocacy groups and court watchdogs are divided on how to make that happen for Democrats in 2020.
The 2nd Circuit found that hotel and restaurant owners could bring constitutional claims against Trump for refusing to divest from his companies.
Data for Progress, a progressive think tank, commissioned neutral polling from YouGov that found Americans are willing to pay to stop carbon emissions, as long as it’s not too expensive.
Democrat Alex Morse — an openly gay mayor who has backed legal weed and decriminalizing sex work — is challenging longtime Rep. Richard Neal in Massachusetts.
“I’m fulfilling the legacy of Barack Obama, and you’re not,” Castro told Biden at Thursday’s Democratic debate.
The ups and downs of the Democratic heart: A few months ago, the other candidates attacked O'Rourke a ton during a debate. On Tuesday, they kept praising him.
“If I could be any candidate right now, I would want to be her.”
Yang barely spoke to the television audience during the debate, but reinvested in his extremely online approach.
Bernie is a Virgo, Kamala is a Libra, and Marianne is a Cancer — of course.
Democratic Voters Are Opening Up To Decriminalizing Sex Work. This Lobbyist Wants To Get Congress On Board.
Kate D’Adamo has dedicated herself to getting Congress to legalize sex work and undo legislation that forced many sex workers back on the streets.
The House Judiciary Committee voted Thursday on new rules as it pushes ahead with its investigation into President Trump.
Warren would radically alter the Social Security program with new benefits and new taxes on top earners.