While Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders would likely disavow super PACs, candidates from donor-rich states like New York and California would face a vexing choice and risk alienating liberals.
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An attack ad made by George Bush’s supporters for his 1988 presidential campaign is infamous for stoking racial fears. The ad served as a precursor to the racially charged politics of today.
Mr. Bush expressed no regret for the Horton ad, and some of his longtime allies have long argued that he got a bad rap for something that was not really of his making.
The cabinet official’s connection to a shady deal for an alleged child molester.
For decades, opposition to drilling has left the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge off limits. Now the Trump administration is hurriedly clearing the way for oil exploration.
George Bush left an encouraging letter to his former opponent on Inauguration Day in 1993, a display of unity after a bitter campaign against Bill Clinton.
A grifter president has inspired an elite housecleaning.
Bill and Hill are not drawing like Mick and Keith on their North American arena tour. Go figure.
He made his share of mistakes, but he worked for a safer, more democratic world.
Michael Cohen's latest plea is proof.
“People who want to see it as the same, see it as the same,” Ivanka Trump said, defending her use of a private email account for government business.
The conservative author Jerome Corsi’s dealings with the special counsel have prompted alarm among President Trump’s personal lawyers.
Readers are either “flabbergasted,” pleased or puzzled by her warning that Europe’s open doors are encouraging right-wing populism.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. Working while female. Notable books of 2018. And more.
Centrist leaders in Europe have cut migration to Europe by about 90 percent already, using the kinds of deterrents belatedly recommended by Hillary Clinton.
Mrs. Clinton, in an interview with The Guardian, argued that migration policies contributed to the rise in right-wing populism in Europe.
Mr. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, responded to the demand for a closed-door session by saying he preferred to give public testimony.
The “Late Night” host is alarmed that the president wanted to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey — and that he takes Jeanine Pirro seriously.
The only thing blocking his plan to prosecute Hillary Clinton was Don McGahn. Think about that.
A reader finds it “no great surprise” that Mr. Trump would try to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey.
The encounter was one of the most blatant examples yet of how President Trump views the typically independent Justice Department as a tool to be wielded against his political enemies.
President Trump defended his daughter, saying there was no comparison to Hillary Clinton’s email practices and dismissing the issue as “fake news.”
Twenty years after Bill Clinton was impeached, “The Clinton Affair” and “Slow Burn” put the women who accused him of sexual misconduct in a new light.
What else does the Democrats’ new House majority portend?
Ms. Trump’s use of personal email has been expected to be among the topics Democrats will address when they take control of the House next year.
The country is a critical market for animal contraband. Some scientists fear the official commitment to conservation may be wavering.
A Showtime documentary series, directed in part by Alex Gibney, traces the often fraught relationship between the American presidency and the F.B.I.
Defense Department officials doubt President Trump has fully grasped the role of the troops he commands, or the responsibility he has to lead.
Steve Kornacki’s “The Red and the Blue” traces current political divisions back to the battles between Newt Gingrich and Bill Clinton.