Mr. Sanders has campaigned on his record of popularizing progressive positions and taking aim at President Trump. Here’s a fact-check of his remarks.
His themes are familiar, but his status — he is now second in the polls — has changed. He is starting to host in-person fund-raisers, with ticket prices starting at $27.
With a bold critique of charter schools, Mr. Sanders entered a highly charged debate within the Democratic Party.
The sunny job numbers and steady growth hide the fact that most people think the economy works only for people in power.
The longstanding verity that Americans vote with their pocketbook may be tested in the presidential election like never before, as Trump injects cultural and identity issues into the race.
In a 10-point declaration of his education policy priorities, the Vermont senator framed efforts to curtail charter schools as a means to “desegregate” public education.
In an interview, one of the leading candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination discusses his long-held opposition to war and his support for socialist leaders.
Referendums, rallies, a trip to Nicaragua — all were part of his effort to infuse left-wing activism into local politics.
The nation’s first presidential caucus is always important, but with more than 20 Democrats running this time, the need for a strong showing is far more urgent.
The president’s recent statements suggest he now believes that demonstrating his toughness with China and walking away from a deal might well put him in a better position politically than signing one.
There are so many firsts in the creation of Fenty, a new luxury house based in Paris, that it’s hard to keep track.
The Rust Belt gets the attention. But the center of American politics might soon be shifting west.
And the surprising strength of the rank and file.
Neither man seems ready for harsh political reality.
Mr. Biden is trying to stay above the intraparty fray, invoking his years with Obama. Mr. Sanders is taking direct aim at the former vice president.
The former vice president, appearing in a region undergoing political realignment, vowed to revive the middle class and stressed the importance of Pennsylvania in the election.
In Ohio, where companies like FirstEnergy and Goodyear pay no federal corporate taxes, Democrats haven’t figured out how to leverage anxiety over income inequality to defeat President Trump.