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  1. Why Ocasio-Cortez Is Endorsing Sanders New York, Today

    Thursday: She was a relatively unknown organizer on his 2016 campaign. This weekend, she'll star at his campaign rally in Queens.

  2. The Other Candidates Are Coming for Warren Opinion, Today

    And happy birthday to “The Argument”!

  3. Two-Person Race? Moderates, and Bernie Sanders, Say Not So Fast U.S., Yesterday

    Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg are vying to become the pragmatic alternative to Joe Biden. Mr. Sanders is trumpeting endorsements to compete with Elizabeth Warren.

  4. Winners and Losers of the Democratic Debate Interactive, Yesterday

    Our columnists and contributors give their rankings.

  5. All You Need to Know About Last Night’s 2020 Democratic Debate U.S., Yesterday

    Biden’s son. Bernie’s heart. Warren’s health plan. Here’s a look at some of the moments that stood out during the debate.

  6. The Moderates Strike Back: The 4th Democratic Debate Podcasts, Yesterday

    Candidates asserted themselves by attacking Elizabeth Warren, not Joe Biden, revealing a shifting balance of power in the Democratic field.

  7. It Was the Best of Warren. It Was the Worst of Warren. Opinion, Yesterday

    Tuesday’s debate — the tensest yet — put the Democrats’ newly minted front-runner to the test.

  8. Unified Against Trump on Syria, Democrats Struggle to Define Alternate Strategy U.S., October 15

    After decades of trying to prove their toughness on national security, the candidates described an allies-first, tough-on-Russia foreign policy. But many of them, too, want to withdraw from the Middle East.

  9. Elizabeth Warren, Candidate With the Plans, Needed One for All the Incoming Attacks U.S., October 15

    Her reward for a steady rise in the polls? Criticism from her debate rivals.

  10. Ilhan Omar Endorses Bernie Sanders, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Will Do So as Well U.S., October 15

    “I believe Bernie Sanders is the best candidate to take on Donald Trump in 2020,” Ms. Omar said. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez will appear with Mr. Sanders at a rally on Saturday.

  11. Bernie Sanders Is 78. Biden Is 76. Is That Too Old to Be President? U.S., October 15

    Mr. Sanders, 78, is trying to reassure voters of his stamina after he had a heart attack two weeks ago. Ms. Warren is in her 70s as well.

  12. Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren Discuss Age at Debate U.S., October 15

    Mr. Sanders, 78, is trying to reassure voters of his stamina after he had a heart attack two weeks ago. Ms. Warren is in her 70s as well.

  13. ‘I’m Healthy, I’m Feeling Great,’ Sanders Says Video, October 15

    Senator Bernie Sanders was asked directly to reassure voters about his health since his heart attack.

  14. The Democratic Debate: Watch the Highlights Video, October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage for the debate in Westerville, Ohio. Here are the key moments from the evening.

  15. Kurds in Syria Were Sold Out by President Trump, 2020 Democrats Say U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  16. 2020 Democrats Say President Trump ‘Sold Out the Kurds’ in Syria U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  17. Warren Draws Fire From All Sides, Reflecting a Shift in Fortunes in Race U.S., October 15

    The criticism of Elizabeth Warren illustrated her status as an emerging front-runner, while Joe Biden faced scrutiny over his son’s financial dealings overseas.

  18. Should Billionaires Exist? Sanders, Warren and Steyer Debate It U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  19. Should Billionaires Exist? Sanders, Warren and Steyer Debate It U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  20. Sanders Calls Inequality a ‘Moral and Economic Outrage’ Video, October 15

    Asked if billionaires should exist, Senator Bernie Sanders said it was “a moral and economic outrage” that the three richest Americans control as much wealth as half the country.

  21. Which Candidates Got the Most Speaking Time in the Democratic Debate Interactive, October 15

    Senator Elizabeth Warren and Joseph R. Biden Jr. led the stage of 12 candidates.

  22. October Democratic Debate: Full Video and Analysis Interactive, October 15

    Watch the live stream of the CNN/New York Times debate and follow along with real-time analysis from our reporters. The video and chat begin at 8 p.m. ET.

  23. Tax Inheritances, Not Wealth Opinion, October 15

    It’s a reform that — unlike wealth or estate taxes — the fanciest accountants would find hard to shake.

  24. Rich Kids Can Spare Some of Their Inheritance Opinion, October 15

    A tax on inherited money or property — unlike wealth or estate taxes — would be hard for even the fanciest accountants to shake.

  25. Debate Night: What I’ll Be Watching For Opinion, October 15

    Here we go again.

  26. Why Some Young Voters Are Choosing Democratic Socialism Over the Democratic Party U.S., October 15

    As the presidential debate comes to Ohio, the students in a local chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America are defining their political identity.

  27. How to Watch the CNN/New York Times Debate U.S., October 15

    Tuesday’s 2020 presidential primary debate is in Ohio. Here’s everything you need to know.

  28. 2020 Campaign Quiz Interactive, October 15

    How closely have you been paying attention to the 2020 campaign so far? Test your knowledge and see how your answers stack up with others.

  29. 2020 Campaign Quiz Interactive, October 15

    How closely have you been paying attention to the 2020 campaign so far? Test your knowledge and see how your answers stack up with others.

  30. Which Candidates Will Win Tonight’s Democratic Debate? Six Experts Offer Tips U.S., October 15

    We asked veterans of political debates for the advice they would give to each of the Democratic hopefuls onstage Tuesday.

  31. Democratic Debate Preview: The ‘On Politics’ Guide U.S., October 14

    There are bound to be some fireworks at the CNN/New York Times debate. Here’s what we’ll be watching Tuesday night.

  32. Can Joe Biden Deliver the Debate Performance He Needs? U.S., October 14

    Mr. Biden in recent days has been more forceful in defending his family and denouncing the president. Some voters and Democratic officials think he should do more.

  33. What to Watch for in the CNN/New York Times Debate Interactive, October 14

    Join Maggie Haberman, Astead Herndon, Jonathan Martin, Alex Burns, Lisa Lerer and Patrick Healy for a preview of Tuesday night’s Democratic debate. We’ll look at the political dynamics that will frame the debate, analyze issues that may come up, and take reader questions.

  34. Bernie Sanders, Back in Action at the Debate, Has Much to Prove U.S., October 14

    Two weeks after his heart attack, the Vermont senator will be trying to convince voters he has the strength to run a forceful campaign.

  35. Facebook Political Ads: What the 2020 Candidates’ Campaign Spending Reveals Interactive, October 14

    Candidates have spent more money on Facebook than TV this year. See what coalitions they are trying to build through Facebook ads.

  36. Biden on Impeachment, L.G.B.T.Q. Forum: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., October 12

    Here are seven things that happened on the presidential campaign trail this week.

  37. Democrats’ Bolder Stand on Labor Reflects Nation’s Ideological Shift Business, October 11

    Ambitious moves to shift power to workers are being embraced by several presidential candidates.

  38. The Democrats Worth Staying Up Past Bedtime For U.S., October 11

    For the way-too-young-to-vote crowd, 2020 events are still a draw.

  39. Why Populist Democrats Have Gained the Upper Hand in the 2020 Race U.S., October 11

    As next week’s debate looms, polls and donor contributions suggest a party seeking candidates who will push the boundaries, while moderates argue they can beat President Trump.

  40. October Democratic Debate: The Biggest Stage Ever Interactive, October 11

    On Tuesday night, a dozen candidates will crowd the debate stage at once. Here are the key dynamics to watch for in the biggest primary debate in history.

  41. What Jane Sanders Is Telling Bernie Sanders About His 2020 Bid U.S., October 10

    Jane Sanders, long an influential force in her husband’s political life, has recently been instrumental in shaping decisions about his health issues, his campaign and the flow of information to the public.

  42. Bernie Sanders Says He Knew of Heart Attack Three Days Before Disclosing It U.S., October 9

    “I think we did it appropriately and did it as quickly as we could,” Mr. Sanders said. “No apologies.”

  43. This Is the Strongest Argument Against Medicare for All Opinion, October 9

    A deep-blue state’s failure to enact a single-payer system shows why a national version is unlikely to succeed.

  44. In Shift, Warren Says She’ll Forgo Big Money Events if Nominated U.S., October 9

    Skipping fund-raisers has been a big part of her message as she has risen in the Democratic primary. She had previously said she would not unilaterally disarm against President Trump in a general election.

  45. Sanders Says He Will ‘Change the Nature’ of His Campaign After Heart Attack U.S., October 8

    The Vermont senator also acknowledged that voters would take his health into account when deciding whether to support him.

  46. Bernie Sanders Says He Will Slow His Campaign Pace After Heart Attack U.S., October 8

    The Vermont senator said he would “change the nature” of his campaign. He also acknowledged that voters would take his health into account when deciding whether to support him.

  47. How Will Bernie Sanders’s Heart Attack Affect His Campaign? U.S., October 7

    As a leading candidate in an extremely tight race, Mr. Sanders will inevitably face questions about the viability and intensity of his campaign going forward.

  48. Bernie Sanders’s Heart Attack: Should He Stay in the Race? Opinion, October 7

    Readers disagree about whether he should withdraw for the sake of his health or whether it is a “nonissue.”

  49. Bernie Sanders Has a Heart Attack: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., October 5

    Here are seven things that happened in the presidential campaign this week.

  50. Bernie Sanders Had Heart Attack, His Doctors Say as He Leaves Hospital U.S., October 4

    “After two and a half days in the hospital, I feel great, and after taking a short time off, I look forward to getting back to work,” Mr. Sanders said.

  51. Sanders Said He Had a Common Heart Procedure. So Why the Mystery? U.S., October 4

    For three days, Mr. Sanders did not disclose pertinent health details, stirring questions about his condition. On Friday evening, doctors confirmed he had suffered a heart attack.

  52. Bernie Sanders Will Participate in Next Debate, His Campaign Says U.S., October 3

    The Vermont senator’s wife said he is in good spirits and should be able to return home by the end of this coming weekend.

  53. Is Age Only a Number, Even When You’re Running for President? U.S., October 2

    The top three Democratic candidates are 78, 76 and 70 years old and one of them, Bernie Sanders, went to the hospital with chest pain. Voters want experienced leaders, but exactly how much life experience do they want?

  54. Bernie Sanders Is Hospitalized, Raising Questions About His Candidacy U.S., October 2

    The Vermont senator had two stents inserted in an artery after experiencing chest discomfort at an event. His campaign canceled his events and said he would be resting for several days.

  55. A Wealth Tax Is Pro-Growth Opinion, October 2

    Don’t believe the scaremongering.

  56. Sanders Posts Biggest Money Haul of Quarter. Will Warren Top Him? U.S., October 1

    In the last three months, Bernie Sanders raised $25.3 million. Pete Buttigieg raised $19.1 million and Kamala Harris $11.6 million, at a time when donations signal viability.

  57. Bernie Sanders’s Fund-Raising Haul: $25.3 Million in Third Quarter U.S., October 1

    The large total for his 2020 presidential bid reflected the senator’s continued strength with small-dollar donors.

  58. Democrats’ Plans to Tax Wealth Would Reshape U.S. Economy U.S., October 1

    Proposals from Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have raised concerns from economists and business leaders who fear the plans would sap economic growth.

  59. Sanders Proposes Corporate Tax to Address Pay Gap at Big Companies U.S., September 30

    Mr. Sanders’s plan would penalize some of the country’s largest companies if they did not narrow the gap between what they pay their top executives and what they pay their workers.

  60. Do We Need a Wealth Tax? Opinion, September 26

    Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have proposed taxing the fortunes of America’s richest.

  61. Why Impeachment Might Be Trouble for Some Democratic Presidential Candidates U.S., September 26

    Top contenders like Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren can continue to command attention. Second- and third-tier candidates, however, are at greater risk of falling off the radar screen.

  62. Democrats Want to Tax the Rich. Here’s How Those Plans Would Work (or Not). Interactive, September 24

    We break down the benefits and risks to the four main ideas that presidential candidates have embraced.

  63. Bernie Sanders Proposes a Wealth Tax: ‘I Don’t Think That Billionaires Should Exist’ U.S., September 24

    Mr. Sanders is embracing an idea at the center of Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign. His proposal goes further in who would be taxed and how much money would be raised.

  64. 2020 Democrats Go All In on Iowa U.S., September 22

    The presidential candidates have embarked on a four-month sprint to a night of caucuses that remains the single biggest prize in American politics.

  65. Warren and Biden Join U.A.W. Picket Lines as Democrats Use Strike to Court Labor U.S., September 22

    Democratic candidates are publicly aligning themselves with union members in hopes of holding onto their support — and winning over those who flipped for President Trump in 2016.

  66. Warren Leads in New Iowa Poll With Biden Second U.S., September 21

    The latest poll numbers from The Des Moines Register and CNN were very good for Elizabeth Warren as she and Joseph R. Biden Jr. broke away from the rest of the Democratic pack.

  67. Bernie Sanders Calls for Eliminating Americans’ Medical Debt U.S., September 21

    On top of his “Medicare for all” proposal, Mr. Sanders’s new plan would wipe out an estimated $81 billion in existing medical debt and ignore such debt in credit scores.

  68. Bill de Blasio Bows Out, Elizabeth Warren’s Big Speech: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., September 21

    Here are six things that happened on the presidential campaign trail this week.

  69. The Bygone Baggage of Joe Biden Opinion, September 20

    The politics that created the conditions for Trump cannot be the politics that defeat him.

  70. Young Voters Still ‘Feel the Bern,’ but Not Just for Bernie Sanders Anymore U.S., September 20

    The Vermont senator benefited from a wave of enthusiasm from young people in 2016. Many still love him, but not him alone.

  71. Are Biden and Sanders Too Old to Be President? Opinion, September 19

    Jimmy Carter seems to think there should be an age limit for the highest office.

  72. Should People Profit From Housing? Bernie Sanders Says Yes, and No The Upshot, September 19

    A plan for national rent control and for reining in speculators, but also for building wealth through homeownership.

  73. ‘E for Effort’: Can Bernie Sanders Pass the South Carolina Test in 2020? U.S., September 18

    The state, where black voters dominate the Democratic electorate, delivered a huge setback to Mr. Sanders in early 2016. He knows things need to be different this time.