Seventy-one percent of Americans say there is some risk the wrong person will be executed.
A more comprehensive civil rights bill will be introduced later this spring.
Sen. Ron Johnson (Wis.) is up for reelection this cycle, but he says he’s not changing.
Annette Taddeo is in D.C. meeting with top Dems about challenging Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R).
Democrats already have newfound opportunities to cut into the GOP’s majority.
OPINION | As in the ’70s, the Democratic Party has been hijacked.
The surprise pick of Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (D-N.M.) makes him the first Hispanic DCCC chairman.
There is a fundamental debate about the Democratic Party's future and the nature of a Hillary...
OPINION | Big things are happening in the South.
OPINION | It’s amazing to think that they might blow the midterm elections.
Support for raising the minimum wage is well-anchored in battleground states and could weigh on...
Tepid interest in midterms among key demographic groups could spell electoral doom.
A closer look at the historical record may give Democrats reason for hope.
Clues about Clinton’s policy platform are likely to emerge soon.
PHILADELPHIA – The president urged Democrats not to give up the fight for the middle class.
Democrats are seizing on mandatory paid leave as their next big pocketbook issue.
OPINION | It’s the very definition of the door hitting them on the way out.
Warren pushed Democrats to demand a government that does more for the working class.
My instinct is that these two, Webb and Warren, will somehow rise together in our world.
A Congress dominated by the Tea Party could turn out to be a gift for Hillary Clinton.
Positive views of job market are back to pre-recession levels.
Just over 25 million Latinos are eligible to vote, a record high.
She’s using her soapbox to try and pull the Democratic Party in a new direction.
Those who might challenge Clinton seem reluctant to go on the attack.