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In Hindsight, Backers of Bernie Sanders Lament What Might Have Been

In Hindsight, Backers of Bernie Sanders Lament What Might Have Been

Senator Bernie Sanders, who famously said that “the American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails” during a Democratic debate last October, appearing with Hillary Clinton at a

Primary Colors: Republicans Have One Big Incentive to Stick With Trump

Polling data suggests that the greatest threat to re-election for most Republicans in Congress is a primary challenge.
In One-Party Alabama, Senate Primary Sinks Into ‘Swamp’

In One-Party Alabama, Senate Primary Sinks Into ‘Swamp’

Senator Luther Strange, Republican of Alabama, is seen as vulnerable largely because of the man he owes his seat to: Robert Bentley, the governor who appointed him and later resigned amid a sex
Editorial: Gov. Walker Would Drug Test the Poor

Editorial: Gov. Walker Would Drug Test the Poor

Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February.

The British Election: What Happened and What’s Next?

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain suffered a humiliating defeat in the 2017 general election. Her opponent Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, re-energized his party and altered the landscape of
He Sued Police 75 Times. Democrats Want Him as Philadelphia’s Top Prosecutor.

He Sued Police 75 Times. Democrats Want Him as Philadelphia’s Top Prosecutor.

Larry Krasner, 56, a veteran civil rights lawyer, defeated six opponents last month in the Democratic primary for Philadelphia’s district attorney, campaigning against mass incarceration.
Dean Heller’s Party Loyalty Not Enough to Stop a G.O.P. Primary Challenge in Nevada

Dean Heller’s Party Loyalty Not Enough to Stop a G.O.P. Primary Challenge in Nevada

Senator Dean Heller returned to the Capitol after a meeting at the White House last month.
Despite Trump’s Support, Luther Strange, Alabama Senator, Struggles to a Primary Finish

Despite Trump’s Support, Luther Strange, Alabama Senator, Struggles to a Primary Finish

Senator Luther Strange at a Republican Party gathering in Homewood, Ala., last week. The senator is grasping for second place in Tuesday’s special-election primary.
‘Bedlam Out Here in Arizona’ After Jeff Flake Departs Senate Race

‘Bedlam Out Here in Arizona’ After Jeff Flake Departs Senate Race

Representative Kyrsten Sinema, Democrat of Arizona, is pitching herself to voters in next year’s Senate campaign as a consensus builder with a compelling life story.
‘Bedlam Out Here in Arizona’ After Jeff Flake Departs Senate Race

‘Bedlam Out Here in Arizona’ After Jeff Flake Departs Senate Race

Representative Kyrsten Sinema, Democrat of Arizona, is pitching herself to voters in next year’s Senate campaign as a consensus builder with a compelling life story.
Sex Allegations Against Roy Moore Send Republicans Reeling

Sex Allegations Against Roy Moore Send Republicans Reeling

Roy S. Moore, the Republican candidate for United States Senator in Alabama, was accused of making sexual or romantic overtures to teenagers.
Sex Allegations Against Roy Moore Send Republicans Reeling

Sex Allegations Against Roy Moore Send Republicans Reeling

Roy S. Moore, the Republican candidate for United States Senator in Alabama, was accused of making sexual or romantic overtures to teenagers.
Pennsylvania Congressman Is Under F.B.I. Scrutiny, Court Records Show

Pennsylvania Congressman Is Under F.B.I. Scrutiny, Court Records Show

Representative Robert A. Brady, Democrat of Pennsylvania, at a news conference in Philadelphia in September. He has denied that he paid a political opponent $90,000 to drop out of a primary election
4 Takeaways From Doug Jones’s Alabama Victory

4 Takeaways From Doug Jones’s Alabama Victory

Doug Jones with supporters on election night in Birmingham, Ala.
4 Takeaways From Doug Jones’s Alabama Victory

4 Takeaways From Doug Jones’s Alabama Victory

Doug Jones with supporters on election night in Birmingham, Ala.
Senate Democrats’ Vote to End Shutdown Infuriates Some on the Left

Senate Democrats’ Vote to End Shutdown Infuriates Some on the Left

Recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and their supporters protested Monday in Anaheim, Calif.
Senate Democrats’ Vote to End Shutdown Infuriates Some on the Left

Senate Democrats’ Vote to End Shutdown Infuriates Some on the Left

Recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and their supporters protested Monday in Anaheim, Calif.
Corker Reconsiders Retirement, but He Must Win Over Trump to Do It

Corker Reconsiders Retirement, but He Must Win Over Trump to Do It

Advisers to Senator Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee, say he and President Trump have patched up their relationship.