Her latest debate performance may have made for compelling television, but at least in Nevada, it may be too little, too late. Plus: Is Bernie Sanders another George McGovern? It’s Friday, February 21.
We’re talking about another billionaire. Plus: Russian trolls have a next favorite candidate. It’s Thursday, February 20. In today’s newsletter: We’re talking about another billionaire (but not this one
Democrats’ previous president and maybe their next one have a particularly fraught relationship. Bernie Sanders got so close to running a primary challenge to President Barack Obama that Senator Harry
Barack Obama isn’t on the ballot, but he’s still a looming presence over the crop of 2020 contenders. Plus: Is America in the first days of the Trump regime? It’s Wednesday, February 19. Debate night,
When a senior White House aide would brief President Donald Trump in 2018 about an Ebola-virus outbreak in central Africa, it was plainly evident that hardships roiling a far-flung part of the world didn’t
The senator notched decisive victories with Latinos in Iowa and New Hampshire. Can he do it again in Nevada? Bernie Sanders wasn’t physically at a Las Vegas town hall on Thursday hosted by a Latino civil-rights
Representative Jennifer Wexton discusses the Equal Rights Amendment and gun control, joining Edward-Isaac Dovere minutes after presiding over House debate on the historic ERA bill. For the first time Jennifer
The inconvenient truth is that the group is even bigger now, and America’s current conflict with Iran isn’t helping. Plus: Berniebros vs. Berniephobes. It’s Friday, February 14. In today’s newsletter:
Edward-Isaac Dovere discusses the Democratic presidential primary, the opioid epidemic, and Trump with Representative Chris Pappas of New Hampshire on The Ticket. Chris Pappas is a freshman congressman.
The former chief of staff wants to make the case that he spoke truth to power while inside the White House. Plus: Which U.S. presidents were the best writers? It’s Thursday, February 13. In today’s newsletter:
The prospect that Democrats don’t coalesce around one candidate is a nightmarish scenario for many in the party. Plus: The inside story of a climate policy SNAFU. It’s Wednesday, February 12. On upheaval