Democrats are locked in an identity crisis and Republicans have ceded the party’s orthodoxy.

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“If you are working 40 hours a week and if you are working hard, you deserve a safe place in which to live.”

The 58-year-old Navy vet brought a $139,000 hospital bill and asked Sanders to help.


The top 15 Democratic presidential candidates, ranked

Here's where we're at after Thursday night's debate.

Democrats’ messy messaging on impeachment, explained

The root of the issue is a disagreement over the practical and the aspirational.

When are age and acuity fair game? Castro’s Biden attack means Democrats are now going to have to decide.

Dozens of events are planned as presidential hopefuls race toward a Sept. 30 fundraising deadline.

The proposal appears to be timed to bolster ally Benjamin Netanyahu, and to paper over differences on Iran.

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If anything, the debate showed that Democratic voters have some difficult choices ahead.

A person close to Bolton says Trump raised the possibility of lifting sanctions on Monday, leading the national security adviser to quit.

A Republican Senate staffer has appealed the state’s strict concealed-carry law, saying he must protect himself against people who don’t like the president.

Many evangelicals are deeply offended by Trump’s continued use of a certain word, but they back him on judges, abortion and a host of other issues.

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In an interview with The Washington Post, the House minority leader sees Sen. Elizabeth Warren as the likely Democratic presidential nominee.

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The front-runner candidate happens to be in jail. Here’s what you should know.

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The White House is looking into a number of ideas, including some version of expanded background checks and additional resources for addressing mental-health issues.

“If he gave someone a nasty bite, I’d know it," the manager said of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah.

Vice President Pence, others in the GOP sought to paint Democrats as overly eager to confiscate firearms in the wake of Thursday night’s presidential debate.

The 76-year-old former vice president said Friday he will release his medical records before the first votes are cast next year.

Health care remains an albatross for the GOP, two years after the Affordable Care Act replacement effort sputtered. So does the national debt, which has continued to skyrocket.

Possible candidates include the president’s top hostage negotiator and the ambassador to Germany.

We asked legal experts to weigh in on the Yang campaign’s plan to pay 10 families a monthly stipend.

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