The president’s ability to goad opponents into harmful fights lessens as opponents brush him aside.
The president will try to make his case on the border Thursday but views there are more nuanced.
The Massachusetts Democrat made her candidacy official by emphasizing the economic populism that has propelled two Senate victories.
Democratic activists are pressuring candidates to turn aside money from some donors.
Would-be presidential candidates say they will ponder their decisions with their families over the holidays, as announcements loom in the new year.
As Democratic candidates seek out strategists and volunteers, party leaders ponder allowing absentee ballots or proxy votes for the caucus process.
As time nears for the Massachusetts senator to decide on a presidential bid, a long-term Warren aide considers other options
Democrat John Barrow foundered in his effort to force changes to the state’s strict voting laws.
The meeting occurred as some Democrats, including former Obama aides, implored the Texas congressman to form his own hope-and-change candidacy.