So far, it's been silence from The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and others.
A former staffer says he sexually assaulted her in 1993.
Politicians of both major parties are using COVID-19 to advance their pre-existing policy agendas.
While the rest of the country was hunkering down against coronavirus, Democrats have very nearly chosen their presidential nominee.
This is what happens when you think all of America looks like the Acela corridor.
Joe Biden rightly noted that Medicare for All "would not solve the problem" posed by the coronavirus.
Coronavirus fears prompted organizers to drop the live audience, which was just as well.
A.B. 5 has caused chaos in the Golden State.
Plus: Yang endorses Biden, Klobuchar's antitrust bill, and more...
A slew of decisive primary victories expand the former vice president's lead in the Democratic primary.
The presidential contender has trouble explaining why the guns he wants to ban fall outside the Second Amendment.
Plus: Libertarian Party results, Bloomberg's bad showing, Gabbard gets one delegate, California targets porn performers, and more...
Michael Bloomberg spent at least $500 million in his bid for a Super Tuesday blitz. He came away with...American Samoa.
It's a two-man race and the Delaware Democrat is a comeback kid.
The pundits and newspapers pushed Warren, Klobuchar, and Buttigieg, but Super Tuesday voters just wanted boring old Biden and Bernie.
On Super Tuesday, Dems Pick Between a Biden Restoration and a Sanders Revolution. Both Are a Disaster for Liberty.
Deciding which Democratic front-runner is the lesser of two evils is not easy.
Unraveling panic, policy, and bad metaphors on the Reason Roundtable podcast
Klobuchar is a cop too, though it took a little longer for her record to catch up with her.
Plus: South Carolina primary tallies, coronavirus claims two lives in Washington state, and more...
Biden's win in South Carolina gives his campaign new life, increases the likelihood of a brokered convention in Milwaukee, and ends Tom Steyer's campaign.
No matter how bad the outbreak might turn out to be, politicians will find a way to make it worse.
Biden Suggests Bernie Sanders Partially Responsible for 150 Million Gun Deaths, Argues for Renewed Assault Weapons Ban
The former vice president's accusations require a couple of footnotes.
Joe Biden Is Happy To Talk About Michael Bloomberg's Stop-and-Frisk Record Because It Distracts From His Own Terrible Crime Policies
"The policy was abhorrent," Biden said of Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk program. Yes, but so was pretty much every criminal justice policy Biden pushed through the Senate.
Paradoxically, in the current moment—a moment Biden helped to create by blocking Bork—being unqualified for the presidency is the best qualification a candidate can have.
In New Hampshire, Biden says marijuana should be "basically legalized." That's an accurate representation of his proposed policies, but it also shows how he's lagging on the issue.
Plus: What is the Shadow app? And are the Iowa caucuses dead?
Dershowitz Defends Trump's Quid Pro Quo Logic: 'If I'm Not Elected the National Interest Will Suffer Greatly'
"If a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest, that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in an impeachment."
"Purely non-criminal conduct, including 'abuse of power' and 'obstruction of justice,' are outside the range of impeachable offenses," Dershowitz said.
One dynamic that works in favor of both Trump and Sanders is that voters discount their extreme stances, figuring that they just represent opening offers that will eventually be watered down in compromises with powerful interest groups and with establishment lawmakers.
Plus: China takes campus free speech issues to a new level, Bloomberg wants to take away your vape, and more...
Corruption Allegations Against Biden Are 'Completely Groundless,' Says Democratic Impeachment Manager
Rep. Sylvia Garcia threw cold water on accusations that former Vice President Joe Biden acted improperly in Ukraine.
Biden tells the New York Times he would revoke Section 230 protections and hold Facebook (and other sites) liable for their content.
He also implicated Vice President Mike Pence and Rep. Devin Nunes.
The Trump administration's "phase one" deal with China will keep many tariffs in place, but Democrats don't seem to have the guts to stand up for freer trade.
Being relentlessly negative is no way to win votes, even against someone as dark and divisive as Donald Trump.
It's good to hear Biden admit that his initial vote to go to war was a mistake, but he continued to support the war well after it was clearly a disaster.
When things were normal—whether you benchmark to the Republican version or the Democratic version—politicians were still venal and governance shoddy.
Amity Shlaes' Great Society: A New History details the failure of massive governmental attempts to remake society.
Bernie Sanders knocked the former veep for supporting the Iraq War, while Pete Buttigieg promised to mostly withdraw the troops.