In 2016, he argued that a rigged system hurts everyone. Now, he’s injected the impact of racism.
In this edition: What South Carolina wants to hear from Democrats, what Bernie Sanders thinks of a centrist third party, and why North Carolina’s 9th district can’t get a member of Congress already.
For years, Democratic presidential candidates have been skittish about taking liberal positions. The caution has given way to confidence.
In this special, shorter Martin Luther King Jr. Day edition: Gillibrand on the trail, the Democrats’ secular holiday and the Larry Hogan fan club.
In this edition: Democrats reckon with the activists who elected them, an open seat in Pennsylvania, and the question of who can and can’t evolve without being called a flip-flopper.
In this edition: Julian Castro hits the Latino campaign trail, Steve King’s legacy lives on, trolls shape the 2020 primary, and a campaign logo that absolutely does not belong to Amy Klobuchar.
“What I saw was an island that still needs a lot of help,” said Rep. Mike Levin as Democrats defended a trip that examined the continuing effects of Hurricane Maria.
In this edition: The old Sanders magic, Tulsi Gabbard and her enemies, and the start of Castro 2020.
The congresswoman made the announcement in an interview for a CNN show that was to air Saturday, the network said
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