The Next Recession Could Arrive Before the End of Trump’s Term, Says Elizabeth Warren
The 2020 candidate has some dire warnings about the economy.
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The Angry, Messy Aftermath of Oregon's Climate Failure
Democrats had control of Oregon's entire state government, yet were unable to stop the GOP from derailing a major piece of legislation.
Opinion: The Planet Was the Big Loser at the Democratic Debates
Somehow, after two nights and 20 candidates, climate change barely came up.
7 Debate Moments That Won't Make You Give Up Entirely
The first 2020 Democratic presidential debate was occasionally substantial. It was also very dark and strange.
The Shady But Legal Behavior of the Guy Going After Trump's Taxes
Richard Neal is an example of just how outrageous political fundraising can be, even when it's entirely above-board.
Corruption Crusaders Wish Democrats Would Just Expose Trump's Tax Returns Already
They're there for the taking, and the consequences could be way bigger than Robert Mueller's report.
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A Surprising Number of People Don't Seem to Care About the Mueller Report
For all the intense media coverage, few people have changed their minds about Trump even after the conclusion of the investigation into his campaign.
The Mueller Report Actually Looks Like Good News for the Democrats
Most Democrats didn't really want an impeachment fight, and now they're free to move on to more important battles.
Joe Biden's Problem: A Lot of Democrats Already Hate His Guts
The former vice president is leading in extremely early 2020 polls, but the party's progressive activists are dreading his candidacy.
Mike Gravel, the Online Left-Wing Sensation, Is Also a 9/11 Truther
"There's no question in my mind that 9/11 was an inside job," the 88-year-old said on a conspiracy theorist's radio show in 2016.
The 'VICE LIVE' Hosts Debate the Merits of Circumcision
Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang's opposition to the procedure led the hosts to consider an age-old question: To cut, or not to cut?
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Can You Become President Just by Being Really, Really Charming?
Beto O'Rourke's campaign promises to be driven more by personality than ideology. Will Democrats go for it?