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Trump Rides Poll Bump to State of Union Before Impeachment Vote
President Donald Trump will try to move past his impeachment and make a case for his re-election in Tuesday’s State of the Union address by taking credit for a strong economy, newly signed trade deals
Iowa Democrats Ready Caucuses That Will Shape Presidential Race
Iowa Democrats prepared to pack firehouses, schools and community centers across the state Monday night to give the first read in the race to challenge President Donald Trump in November.
Trump Trial Prosecutors Invoke Senate Duty Yet Await Acquittal
Impeachment prosecutors called on senators to convict Donald Trump, and his defense urged lawmakers to let voters decide his fate, as the trial paused for senators’ speeches ahead of Wednesday’s
Senate Locks In Final Trump Trial Vote After Rejecting Witnesses
The Senate sent the months-long impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump to its final stages with a vote to acquit the president set for Wednesday, after Republicans defeated Democrats’ efforts
Yang’s Pet Issue Could Outlive His Campaign
The long-shot presidential candidate has been an effective pitchman for universal basic income.
Sanders Leads in N.H., Iowa While Biden Still Ahead Nationally
New polls showed the unsettled state of the Democratic primary days before the first voters weigh in at the Iowa caucuses, with front-runner status still unclear.
Silent Senators, No Photographers: Inside the Impeachment Trial
Elizabeth Warren scratched out copious notes and Bernie Sanders watched intently as House impeachment managers began arguing their case against President Donald Trump.
Pro-Trump Super PAC Buys Anti-Impeachment Ads: Campaign Update
The nonprofit arm of a pro-Trump super PAC said Tuesday it will spend $1 million on anti-impeachment ads in three key states in the November election.
Senate Passes USMCA, Giving Trump a Win Before Impeachment Trial
The Senate approved President Donald Trump’s U.S.-Mexico-Canada free trade agreement on Thursday, handing the president a major political win on the same day senators will be sworn in as jurors in his
Parnas Says Trump Lied About What He Knew: Impeachment Update
The impeachment case against Donald Trump will move to the other side of the Capitol on Wednesday when the House formally notifies the Senate of the charges against the president and the House members
Senators Prepare for Trump Trial That Could Run Into February
Senators are girding for a lengthy impeachment trial that could leave a cloud over President Donald Trump’s Feb. 4 State of the Union address and disrupt Democratic campaigns for the Iowa caucuses and
Steyer Surges in South Carolina, Nevada Polls: Campaign Update
Two breakout polls are bolstering the presidential campaign of billionaire Tom Steyer, who has surged to second place in South Carolina and tied for third in Nevada.
Democrats Now See Race as Warren v. Biden: Campaign Update
Democratic voters now see the presidential nomination race as a contest between Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden, a September national Monmouth University poll showed.
Biden Tries to Defend Electability Against Trump Ukraine Assault
Joe Biden has framed his campaign around the pitch that he’s the strongest Democrat to take on President Donald Trump. He’s now facing his toughest test yet to prove it.
Warren Tied With Biden in New National Poll: Campaign Update
Elizabeth Warren is essentially tied with Joe Biden nationwide, continuing a surge in surveys that showed her ahead in Iowa and New Hampshire, according to a Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday.
Bennet Chides Trump’s ‘Endless Reality TV Show’: Campaign Update
Michael Bennet has a different strategy for pitching his case to be president: If elected, you just might not see him for weeks at a time.
They ‘Wrote the Damn Bill’: 2020 Hopefuls Go on Bill-Filing Spree in Congress
Half of the 10 members of Congress seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination have already hit career highs in bill-drafting productivity this year, and it’s only August.
Democrats Wary of Hardball Tactics on Trump: Campaign Update
Democratic candidates aren’t necessarily all on board with the tactics being used to oppose President Donald Trump and other Republicans, amid criticism they’re guilty of turning up the heat -- rather
New York Times Must Face Sarah Palin’s Defamation Lawsuit, Court Says
New York Times Co. must face a defamation lawsuit by former Alaska governor Sarah Palin over an editorial that linked her to the shooting of Arizona lawmaker Gabrielle Giffords, a federal appeals
Medicare for All Splits Democrats on Future of Health Insurance
Democratic candidates split over one of the biggest issues in the race to find a 2020 presidential nominee: whether or not to replace the U.S.’s system of largely private health insurance with