96 percent of the delegates have yet to be awarded. How can the race be down to two?
He’s campaigning in her home state and Amy Klobuchar’s, too. And may win both.
The latest poll out of New Hampshire shows four candidates at the top in a very close race.
A familiar name has entered the race for the Democratic Senate nomination in Massachusetts.
The junior Senator from Massachusetts could be facing a big challenge in 2020.
A new poll shows the former Vice-President leading Senator Elizabeth Warren in her home state.
Just over a month after he entered the race, Joe Biden has a commanding lead over his fellow Democrats while Bernie Sanders has several candidates hot on his heels.
There’s some very good news for Joe Biden in the first polls taken after he entered the Presidential race.
Elizabeth Warren still hasn’t figured out how to put the ‘Native American’ issue behind her.
A particularly appalling case of press censorship from Australia.
Elizabeth Warren has released a DNA report showing that she does indeed have some Native American heritage in her family’s past. That won’t stop conservatives from continuing to attack her, though.
After passing on the opportunity in 2016, Elizabeth Warren is leaving the door open to a run for President in 2020.
Is it time to reexamine Presidential authority to launch a nuclear strike?
Senator Elizabeth Warren is the latest Democrat to unite behind the party’s presumptive nominee. A marked contrast to the chaos that reigns on the Republican side of the aisle.
Marco Rubio was the man in the cross hairs in last night’s Republican debate.
Donald Trump continues to lead, while Marco Rubio surges, in the first polls out of New Hampshire since the Iowa Caucuses.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul got a break today when CNN included him in the prime time debate on Tuesday even though he fell short of meeting the criteria.
In the news from the campaign trail and in the polls, there are clear signs that Ben Carson’s days as a top contender in the GOP Presidential race are coming to an end.
Even as the focus of the Presidential race shifts to national security, Donald Trump continues to lead the race.
A collection of material that tries to separate the facts of the U.S. Syrian refugee screen process from the fear, myth, paranoia, and xenophobia.
A man with one of the more unique political and personal resumes in recent memory has passed away.
The parents of the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombing argue that his killer should be spared from the death penalty.
The first popularly elected African-American Senator, and the first African-American Senator to serve since the end of Reconstruction ended, has passed away.
As talk begins of expanding the war against ISIS into Syria, it is becoming long past time for Congress to exercise its Constitutional function.
One of the most repeated comments about the 2016 race is based on something that just isn’t true.
Adding paywalls isn’t stopping the decline of the newspaper industry.
If a decision by the Senate Press Gallery stands, SCOTUSBlog’s ability to cover the Supreme Court will be significantly restricted.
Perhaps the only good thing you can say about Virginia Delegate Robert Marshall is that, while he may be nuts, at least he’s consistently nuts.
The junior Senator from Massachusetts has promised to serve her entire six-year term.
You know the Defense budget is getting tight when we can’t spare a few measly fighter planes to escort an imaginary character.
One of the nation’s papers of record is changing owners for the first time in 80 years.
A business move that signals the continuing death of the newspaper industry.
The owners of the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks took out a full page ad in today’s Boston Globe thanking their opponents and their home city for a classy and well-fought Finals