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Washington Examiner › 14 hours ago
Michael Bloomberg apologized for implementing and defending "stop-and-frisk" policies while he was mayor of New York City, a reversal in position that comes as he prepares for a potential presidential bid.
Washington Examiner › 16 hours ago
Several prominent black leaders in South Carolina are accusing South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg of misleading voters about black support for his campaign and its "Douglass Plan for Black America."
Washington Examiner › 19 hours ago
The case of Deval Patrick's former brother-in-law, twice convicted of rape allegations against Patrick's sister, is likely to raise uncomfortable questions for the former Massachusetts governor as his 2020 Democratic presidential campaign progresses.
Washington Examiner › 19 hours ago
LAS VEGAS – Joe Biden, who joined the Senate in January 1973 just as the Watergate scandal mushroomed, said he is optimistic about the chances of President Trump's removal from office once the House passes impeachment articles over the Ukraine...
Washington Examiner › 1 day ago
A West Wing television episode from nearly 20 years ago featured fictional Democratic political operative Josh Lyman musing about whether voters in his party were “dumb” enough to “nominate another liberal, academic former governor from New England.”
Washington Examiner › 1 day ago
Pete Buttigieg leads the 2020 Democratic presidential field in Iowa, leapfrogging over Elizabeth Warren, according to a new poll.
Washington Examiner › 1 day ago
As Sen. Kamala Harris's 2020 campaign continues to take a nosedive, people close to her say the campaign only has itself to blame.
Washington Examiner › 1 day ago
Former President Barack Obama warned his party that it's pushing too far left too fast, saying the average American supports our current political and economic system and does not want it torn down.
Washington Examiner › 1 day ago
President Trump and Elizabeth Warren may be mortal political enemies, but the populist pair have more in common than either they — or their legions of supporters — care to admit.
Washington Examiner › 2 days ago
Peter Shumlin, who as Vermont governor earlier this decade tried and failed to put in place a single-payer, government-run healthcare system, is endorsing Joe Biden for president.
OZY › Politics › 3 days ago
The heartland's fears of climate change could affect who becomes president.
Washington Examiner › 3 days ago
Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren have been debate targets of rival 2020 Democrats at candidate face-offs in recent months. Now, it may be Pete Buttigieg's turn.
Washington Examiner › 3 days ago
Jeff Sessions says he is running for his old Senate seat to push Congress to act on border security and to stop resisting President Trump’s immigration agenda.
Washington Examiner › Politics › 3 days ago
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick’s late entry into the Democratic presidential field is only the most recent example of the Democratic National Committee struggling to winnow the historically large field of candidates and a sign of deep...
Washington Examiner › 3 days ago
Jeff Sessions insists he was right to recuse himself from the Russia investigation that led to the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller, a move that fractured his relationship with President Trump.
Washington Examiner › 3 days ago
Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin conceded defeat to Democratic challenger Andy Beshear after Bevin's challenge to razor-thin gubernatorial election results last week did not alter the results of the race.
Washington Examiner › 3 days ago
Billionaire Leon Cooperman bashed Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren after she featured him in a campaign advertisement about her wealth tax.
CBC › Politics › 4 days ago
Opposition leaders meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week issued some dire warnings about policy red lines and national unity. Much of that was mere posturing, and at least two of the leaders should see opportunities in this new minority...
Washington Examiner › Politics › 4 days ago
Andrew Yang has made it further in the 2020 Democratic field than several boldface senators and governors. Now the self-described serial entrepreneur's campaign has only a short window to scale up.
Washington Examiner › 4 days ago
Newly appointed White House aide Tony Sayegh will try to bring cohesion to a disorderly White House impeachment effort amid internal backbiting, polls that have shown growing support for impeaching President Trump, and frustration on Capitol Hill that...
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