From Debs to Sanders to Ocasio-Cortez, an ideal persists.
Here’s a rundown of major things that happened in the presidential campaign this week.
The automation obsession is an escapist fantasy.
And happy birthday to “The Argument”!
Thursday: She was a relatively unknown organizer on his 2016 campaign. This weekend, she'll star at his campaign rally in Queens.
Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg are vying to become the pragmatic alternative to Joe Biden. Mr. Sanders is trumpeting endorsements to compete with Elizabeth Warren.
After decades of trying to prove their toughness on national security, the candidates described an allies-first, tough-on-Russia foreign policy. But many of them, too, want to withdraw from the Middle East.
Tuesday’s debate — the tensest yet — put the Democrats’ newly minted front-runner to the test.
Her reward for a steady rise in the polls? Criticism from her debate rivals.
Mr. Sanders, 78, is trying to reassure voters of his stamina after he had a heart attack two weeks ago. Ms. Warren is in her 70s as well.
“I believe Bernie Sanders is the best candidate to take on Donald Trump in 2020,” Ms. Omar said. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez will appear with Mr. Sanders at a rally on Saturday.
Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.
The criticism of Elizabeth Warren illustrated her status as an emerging front-runner, while Joe Biden faced scrutiny over his son’s financial dealings overseas.
A tax on inherited money or property — unlike wealth or estate taxes — would be hard for even the fanciest accountants to shake.
Tuesday’s 2020 presidential primary debate is in Ohio. Here’s everything you need to know.
It’s a reform that — unlike wealth or estate taxes — the fanciest accountants would find hard to shake.
As the presidential debate comes to Ohio, the students in a local chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America are defining their political identity.