Not a great night for the former New York major. But he still has $54.5 billion to comfort him.
A law professor makes a bad argument in favor of a pet policy.
The mega-billionaire commits to a path quite different from the fake billionaire currently in office.
Unprecedented spending since leaving City Hall has put him in a unique position.
The policy was undeniably harmful and unconstitutional. Is it forgivable?
It’s literally the equivalent of buying a large pizza for the average American household.
Mike Bloomberg’s campaign was forced to apologize for something that really isn’t a scandal.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is in fifth place in national polling, but a new poll suggests that he may not rise much further.
Under the Democratic National Committee’s current qualification rules, Michael Bloomberg’s self-funded campaign means he wouldn’t qualify for any future debate. He doesn’t seem worried about that.
After flirting with the idea many times over the past decade and a half, Mike Bloomberg is officially running for President.
Mike Bloomberg isn’t officially a candidate for President yet, but he’s getting closer.
One political scientist says yes. A bunch of others say wait, what?
The newest entrant is outperforming most rivals but is intensely disliked.
A new poll seems to indicate that Democratic voters aren’t exactly jumping on the Mike Bloomberg train.
Mike Bloomberg is apparently entering the race for the Democratic nomination.
Michael Bloomberg is reportedly reconsidering his decision not to run for President.
For the fourth time since the 2008 election cycle, Michael Bloomberg flirted with the idea of running for President. For the fourth time, he declined to do so.
Michael Bloomberg is flirting with the idea of running for President in 2020. He’s done this before, of course, but this time he seems far more serious.
The former New York City Mayor is prepared to spend $80 million to help Democrats take back Congress this year.
Michael Bloomberg announced today that he’s not running for President, but he came awfully close to getting into the race.
As Michael Bloomberg flirts with the idea of running for President, a poll finds very little enthusiasm for the idea.
We’re in another Presidential election cycle so it must be time to speculate about Michael Bloomberg again.
Mike Bloomberg’s absurd soda ban is, thankfully, dead.
Guess what’s coming to the dinner table.
The Boston Marathon bombing attacks are leading some politicians to make wildly absurd statements.
So, whoever approves cover art at Bloomberg BusinessWeek thought this was a good idea.
The Big Gulp ban won’t ban Big Gulps. But it’ll ban 2-liter Cokes with your pizza and pitchers at Chuck E. Cheese.
New York City’s Mayor wants to control the size of soft drinks.
Thomas Friedman is fantasizing about Michael Bloomberg again.
The Washington Post prematurely posted that Rick Santorum was dropping out of the race on its news wire and Bloomberg made the story viral while the Post was verifying its accuracy.
Once again, pundits are suggesting that New York’s Michael Bloomberg might run for President. Though nobody seems to be able to explain why.
Did Congress cause the mortgage crisis by mandating loans to poor people? No.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he isn’t running for President, but he’s sure acting like a guy who’s at least thinking about it.
New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg thinks a President independent of either political party would be a good idea. Is he right?
Political columnist John Heilemann thinks he’s come up with a scenario that would put Sarah Palin in the White House, but his assumptions don’t add up.