American discourse is careening in an ugly, anti-individualistic direction.
"I don't think he would be a great candidate for us," says one of the independent congressman's leading would-be competitors
The long American spiritual tradition that gave us Marianne Williamson—and Donald Trump
It Probably Wouldn't Be Particularly 'Grueling' for Justin Amash To Win the Libertarian Party's Presidential Nod
Vanity Fair overstates the work it takes to be the Libertarian Party's presidential nominee.
It's an unconventional approach befitting of an unconventional presidential candidate.
In choosing principle over party, the Michigan congressman has changed what's possible in politics—and possibly the 2020 presidential race.
Harris is pitching a carefully constructed narrative that seems to be at odds with her record in many ways.
Democrats repudiate their own recent past and seek to restrict educational choices for poorer kids.
"The outsized power that the political parties hold can often be used in the wrong way to squelch our democracy and dissenting voices even within our own parties," says Gabbard.
The libertarian independent would easily pull the 80,000 Midwestern votes that made the difference in 2016.
The former hedge fund manager will likely face scrutiny over his massive wealth and previous business dealings.
Kamala Harris' Plan To End the Racial Homeownership Gap Doubles Down on the Worst Aspects of U.S. Housing Policy
The 2020 contender wants to give $25,000 grants to homebuyers living in historically segregated neighborhoods.
The Congressional Budget Office says 17 million workers will see higher paychecks, but the poorest and least skilled are likely to be left out.
He says partisan power structures have made government reforms impossible.
Trump's challenger soldiers on despite being outraised 150 to 1 and outpolled by more than 70 percentage points.
While presidential speculation swirls, a second poll shows the congressman down double digits in a Republican primary he will no longer compete in
"The two-party system has evolved into an existential threat to American principles and institutions," Trump's congressional nemesis declares as he officially leaves the GOP.
The senator and the president she wants to unseat are determined to have their way, regardless of what the law says.
Trump's Trade War Is Already Unpopular. New Tariffs on Scotch Whisky, Italian Pasta, and French Cheese Won't Help.
Even a majority of Republicans now tell pollsters that the trade war is costing Americans, and there's no easy justification for targeting European cultural goods.
John Hickenlooper's Bragging About the Pot Legalization Measure He Opposed Shows That Reality Can Change People's Minds
Colorado's former governor came around on the issue when he realized that legalization was not the disaster he had anticipated.
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The presidential hopeful has flip-flopped on the issue several times.
Biden misrepresented his own views, while Harris implied that opposition to busing is inherently racist.
He might not be polling well, but his proposal on health care draws on work from prominent libertarian economists.
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At the second Democratic debate, the presidential hopeful showed her affinity for executive action.
Those who disagree with Elizabeth Warren's economics tried really hard not to say so during the Dems' first presidential debate
Tulsi Gabbard's defense of non-interventionism was electrifying. Tonight's fight between Biden and Sanders over capitalism and socialism will be, too.
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The Massachusetts senator pandered to the left—and so did everybody else, just not as expertly.
Gabbard has made ending American intervention abroad the defining issue of her campaign.
Bill de Blasio: "We are supposed to break up big corporations when they're not serving our democracy."
McAfee lauds Che Guevara for being revolutionary and thinks Cuba is his last chance to avoid extradition for tax crimes.
Why did a leading businessman go from calling Donald Trump "a national disgrace" to saying he's doing a good job?
Lots of bad ideas from both sides of the political aisle.
Most of the party’s presidential contenders show little or no concern for the right to armed self-defense.
The presidential candidate wants to end wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and levy a "war tax" for every future conflict.
The Vermont senator is clearly trying to outdo his main progressive rival, Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
No, Sanders didn't say Warren is surging just because she's a woman.
Booker would move the process away from prosecutors and into the White House.