With Pete Buttigieg rising in the polls, but underperforming among African-Americans, some are wondering if his sexual orientation is holding him back.
Mark Halperin, the former MSNBC political analyst who was accused of misconduct during the height of the #MeToo Movement, is trying to make a comeback with a new book.
So far, Beto O’Rourke’s campaign has been far more about image than substance.
For now,former President Obama is staying on the sidelines in the race for the Democratic nomination.
In his business career Donald Trump relied largely on fear and intimidation to get his way on business deals. As President, he’s finding that nobody is afraid of him.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is reportedly considering a bid for the Democratic Presidential Nomination in 2020.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor sat down to talk about the Supreme Court, her career, and the newest member of the nation’s highest court.
Republicans are raising the fear of impeachment to motivate a base that could become disaffected heading into November.
Now Donald Trump is using the death of American soldiers to tell lies about his predecessor.
President Obama thinks he would have beaten Donald Trump. And he’s probably right.
Clinton stumbles and leaves an event early, leading to the news that her campaign has been withholding health information from the press.
All of which leads to a discussion of electoral rules.
With Bernie Sanders likely to win New Hampshire tonight, Hillary Clinton is reportedly looking to reorganize her campaign.
The final Des Moines Register poll before Caucus Night shows Donald Trump leading the GOP field, and Hillary Clinton with a narrow lead over Bernie Sanders, but much of the final outcome will depend on who shows up for the respective party caucuses.
Former President Clinton is set to hit the campaign trail for his wife in the New Year, and that could make things quite entertaining.
A woman who has been running for President for at least eight years is apparently having trouble explaining why she wants to be President.
Two new polls show Bernie Sanders rising in the polls in New Hampshire, but they likely don’t mean anything in the long term.
Republicans could learn a few things from the Tory victory in the recent British elections, but they are in danger of drawing the wrong conclusions.
The just-concluded British General Election was also a clash between two former top advisers to President Obama.
Both campaigns are trying to set the stage for Wednesday’s debate.
The recent;y concluded party conventions are further evidence that the events have largely outlived their usefulness.
A POLITICO analysis finds that “Obama and his top campaign aides have engaged far more frequently in character attacks and personal insults than the Romney campaign.”
Some unpleasant news for the Democrats in a new poll.
The Obama campaign clearly does not want Americans to consider whether they are better off now than they were four years ago.
Mitt Romney left one crucial piece out of his speech last night.
After three days of buildup to a “mystery speaker,” the closing night of the Republican convention featured a rambling performance by Clint Eastwood and an empty chair.
POLITICO has a new eBook on the Obama campaign and wants you to buy it.
The Obama campaign has begun to respond to the addition of Paul Ryan to the Republican ticket.
Did Joe Biden misspeak, or drop a hint that he shouldn’t have?
In an epic Internet scandal, Obama strategist David Axelrod has bought an expensive condo.
Picking the wrong target.
Was Clint Eastwood’s Chrysler ad a political message, or just a well done commercial?
Herman Cain’s initial response to the allegations made yesterday leaves much to be desired.
Now that America’s political leadership have probably averted a self-inflicted global economic calamity, it’s time to assess the winners and losers.
Democrats won’t say if they consider Mitt Romney a threat, but they’re sure acting like they do.
President Obama’s selection of Bill Daley as Chief of Staff is being seen as a sign that the White House is moving to the center and gearing up for 2012.
Why is the press gushing over routine movement in White House team?