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  1. Wisconsin Judge Says State Must Purge 200,000 Voter Registrations U.S., Yesterday

    The decision, which was derided by Democrats, comes in a fight to win Wisconsin in the 2020 presidential election.

  2. Labour’s Crushing Loss in Britain Adds to ‘Too Far Left?’ Debate in U.S. U.S., Yesterday

    Centrist Democrats portrayed Boris Johnson’s victory as a warning sign for the American election. Progressives said there were few similarities between the two political races.

  3. A Great Big Gift Not on Trump’s Disclosure Form: Giuliani’s Legal Advice U.S., Yesterday

    The lawyer’s work defending President Trump in the Russia inquiry and pressing Ukraine to investigate a rival was absent from the annual financial disclosure, despite reporting requirements.

  4. Bernie Sanders Retracts Endorsement of Cenk Uygur After Criticism U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Sanders had said Mr. Uygur was “a voice we desperately need in Congress.” But many Democrats condemned the endorsement, citing Mr. Uygur’s history of offensive comments.

  5. Bernie Sanders Retracts Endorsement of Cenk Uygur After Criticism U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Sanders had said Mr. Uygur was “a voice we desperately need in Congress.” But many Democrats condemned the endorsement, citing Mr. Uygur’s history of offensive comments.

  6. 2020 Democrats Threaten to Boycott Debate Over Labor Dispute U.S., Yesterday

    Workers at Loyola Marymount University are in a contract dispute, and all seven candidates who qualified for the debate said Friday that they would not cross a picket line to attend.

  7. In Johnson Victory, Democrats and Republicans See Lessons for 2020 World, Yesterday

    The 2016 Brexit vote seemed to be a harbinger of President Trump’s election. But Boris Johnson’s victory may be different.

  8. 123 Tweets in One Day: A Trump Tsunami Opinion, Yesterday

    A reader writes, “This is an amazing and disturbing statistic and a window into the president’s mind and mood.” Also: The British election; advice to the Democrats.

  9. ‘Bombshell’ Raises a Question: What’s Megyn Kelly Up to Anyway? Business, Yesterday

    A year after the anchor was ousted from NBC, Charlize Theron brings her back as someone who helped take on Fox News from the inside.

  10. Ukraine’s Leader, Wiser to Washington, Seeks New Outreach to Trump U.S., Yesterday

    President Volodymyr Zelensky still needs backing from the administration. He is proposing a new ambassador and weighing hiring lobbyists to build better ties.

  11. Elizabeth Warren Is Fighting a Two-Flank War U.S., Yesterday

    While Ms. Warren remains a leading candidate, her momentum has slowed in part because she faces threats from both the left and the right.

  12. U.S. and China Reach Initial Trade Deal Business, Yesterday

    The agreement includes a commitment by China to buy more agriculture products and to strengthen laws protecting foreign companies operating there.

  13. The Candidates: Elizabeth Warren Podcasts, Yesterday

    The Massachusetts senator describes her transformation from Republican law professor to progressive candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination.

  14. Democrats Agree on One Thing: They’re Very, Very Nervous U.S., Yesterday

    ‘Trump anxiety disorder’ has morphed into anxiety about everything, and impeachment isn’t helping.

  15. Gen Z, Tell Us About Your Political Views U.S., Yesterday

    If you were born between Jan. 1, 1997, and Nov. 3, 2002, we want to talk to you about politics.

  16. Yes, It Was Like That All Day U.S., December 12

    Insults and indignation were served up Thursday in the House Judiciary Committee. Republicans worried they would not get to the White House ball in time.

  17. Republicans Are Now ‘the Beer and Bluejeans Party’ Because of Trump. So Says the Trump Campaign. U.S., December 12

    Jared Kushner, who is overseeing his father-in-law’s re-election campaign, said the Republican Party was being redefined with the “old guard cycling out” and the people coming in “inspired by the Trump revolution.”

  18. Cory Booker Keeps Going U.S., December 12

    He won’t be on the debate stage next week. But he says his campaign continues, “debate or not.”

  19. Will Trump Debate a Democrat in 2020? He’s Not So Sure. U.S., December 12

    The president’s concern is not so much whom he will be debating but the commission that runs the debates.

  20. Will Trump Debate a Democrat in 2020? He’s Not So Sure. U.S., December 12

    The president’s concern is not so much whom he will be debating but the commission that runs the debates.

  21. Pete Buttigieg Is Met With Protests as He Opens His Fund-Raisers to Press U.S., December 12

    Liberal activists have dogged Mr. Buttigieg’s high-dollar fund-raisers with calls of “Wall Street Pete,” in a sign of bubbling frustration with his candidacy.

  22. House Panel Delays Vote on Impeachment Articles U.S., December 12

    The House Judiciary Committee abruptly postponed the expected party-line approval of two articles of impeachment, now set for Friday, which will send the charges to the full House for a vote.

  23. Expect Four More Democratic Debates in January and February 2020 U.S., December 12

    The Democratic National Committee announced the next set of primary debates. One will be held in each of the early-voting states.

  24. Donald Trump Wanted Another Roy Cohn. He Got Bill Barr. Opinion, December 12

    Even better.

  25. President Joe Biden, 86, … Opinion, December 12

    Should he make a one-term pledge?

  26. Elizabeth Warren Draws Sharp Contrasts With Rivals in New Hampshire Speech U.S., December 12

    Ms. Warren, who has ramped up her criticism of her presidential opponents after months of avoiding conflict, issued another rebuke on Thursday in a speech about the economy and corruption.

  27. The Political Power of the Housekeepers, Bartenders and Cooks in Las Vegas U.S., December 12

    A union in Nevada, the third state in the primary race to vote, told candidates that health care, specifically keeping union health care, is what’s on their members’ minds.

  28. Where Housekeepers, Bartenders and Cooks Wield Vast Political Clout U.S., December 12

    A union in Nevada, the third state to vote in the Democratic primary, told presidential candidates that health care, specifically keeping union health care, is what’s on their members’ minds.

  29. Why Is the Democratic Primary So White? Opinion, December 12

    And why are baby boomers still in charge?

  30. Will Impeachment Change 2020? U.S., December 11

    Public opinion has shifted about impeachment, but not about the president. Here’s what that means.

  31. Joe Biden Calls for Immigration Overhaul, Acknowledging ‘Pain’ From Deportations U.S., December 11

    Mr. Biden would roll back President Trump’s immigration policies but would not decriminalize unauthorized border crossings, in contrast with his progressive rivals.

  32. Trump Has a Gift for Tearing Us Apart Opinion, December 11

    There are a lot of different ways to build walls.

  33. Cory Booker’s Silver Lining Tour of Iowa U.S., December 11

    Who needs a debate stage when you can raise $1.4 million in 36 hours?

  34. How the New Primary Calendar Changes the Contest for Democrats The Upshot, December 11

    Big election days like Super Tuesday will be more demographically representative (hurts Biden). There will be fewer caucuses (hurts Sanders).

  35. Trump Rails Against ‘Flimsy’ Articles of Impeachment by ‘Radical’ Democrats U.S., December 10

    President Trump told supporters at a Pennsylvania rally that they were “lucky I became your president” before denouncing the impeachment effort.

  36. What’s Playing in Des Moines U.S., December 10

    Iowa’s biggest TV market has been inundated by 2020 ads, even without any from Michael Bloomberg.

  37. How Pete Buttigieg Spent His McKinsey Days: Blue Cross, Best Buy, U.S. Agencies U.S., December 10

    The list is the latest in a series of disclosures his campaign has made after it was criticized for lacking transparency.

  38. Two Articles of Impeachment for Trump Are Nowhere Near Enough Opinion, December 10

    The House should take its own sweet time and investigate many more aspects of the president’s perfidious behavior.

  39. Impeach Trump. Save America. Opinion, December 10

    It is the only thing to do if our country’s democracy is to survive.

  40. Andrew Yang Qualifies for December Democratic Debate U.S., December 10

    He cleared a final polling hurdle to join six other candidates, ensuring there won’t be an all-white debate.

  41. Elizabeth Warren Seeks a Second Act After Slip From the Top U.S., December 10

    She is taking on Pete Buttigieg directly, whacking at Mike Bloomberg and emphasizing her gender as the top woman left in the race.

  42. Can Any of the Democratic Candidates Save the Party From Itself? Opinion, December 10

    Not to mention beat Trump.

  43. Don’t Think Sanders Can Win? You Don’t Understand His Campaign Opinion, December 10

    There was a time in America when being called a socialist could end a political career. Not anymore.

  44. Amid Bernie Sanders’s ‘Resurgence,’ a Progressive Coalition Endorses Him U.S., December 10

    The Center for Popular Democracy Action, a collective of progressive community groups, is endorsing Mr. Sanders over Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic presidential nomination.

  45. A Bush Grandson and Trump’s Former V.A. Pick Vie for Congressional Seats in Texas U.S., December 9

    Pierce Bush is running in the 22nd House District, and Ronny L. Jackson is running in the 13th District.

  46. With Trump, All Roads Lead to Moscow Opinion, December 9

    Monday’s congressional hearing and the inspector general’s report tell a similar story.

  47. What’s Worrying Democrats Now? U.S., December 9

    Speculating on the unlikely possibility of four separate winners in the four early states.

  48. McKinsey Gives Pete Buttigieg Permission to Disclose Clients U.S., December 9

    Mr. Buttigieg will also open his fund-raisers to the press and identify people raising money for his campaign, in a significant concession from a candidate facing pressure over transparency.

  49. McKinsey Gives Pete Buttigieg Permission to Disclose Clients U.S., December 9

    Mr. Buttigieg will also open his fund-raisers to the press and identify people raising money for his campaign, in a significant concession from a candidate facing pressure over transparency.

  50. Fox News Picks Bill Hemmer to Take Shepard Smith’s Old Slot Business, December 9

    The morning co-anchor, a Fox News veteran, will host a daily newscast at 3 p.m. But don’t expect Smith-style fireworks.

  51. Democrats Signal Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress Charges Against Trump U.S., December 9

    Democrats have narrowed their focus to two articles of impeachment against President Trump, expected to be unveiled on Tuesday, after lawyers labeled his conduct a “clear and present danger” to fair elections and national security.

  52. Pete Buttigieg’s Stint at McKinsey: So What? Opinion, December 9

    A reader who is also a McKinsey alum explains that the young Pete Buttigieg would have had little choice in what he worked on. Also: Ending a life full of pain; the art of managing one’s time.

  53. Democrats Close to Agreement With White House on New NAFTA Business, December 9

    Congressional Democrats and the White House are on the cusp of an agreement on revisions to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

  54. Buttigieg, in Search of Black Support, Looks Homeward U.S., December 9

    The mayor of South Bend, Ind., has some local black leaders vouching for him. But that hasn’t stopped his opponents from criticizing his record.

  55. Did Pete Buttigieg Help Black People in South Bend? U.S., December 9

    The mayor of South Bend, Ind., has some local black leaders vouching for him. But that hasn’t stopped his opponents from criticizing his record.

  56. Elizabeth Warren Earned $1.9 Million Over 3 Decades for Corporate and Legal Work U.S., December 8

    While demanding that an opponent, Pete Buttigieg, disclose his McKinsey clients, Ms. Warren provided a fuller explanation of her compensation as a legal consultant.

  57. The Eight Counts of Impeachment That Trump Deserves Opinion, December 8

    The lessons from Nixon and Clinton.

  58. Rosario Dawson Hits the Trail in Iowa. (Her Boyfriend Is Running for President.) U.S., December 8

    The actress went shopping for vegan snacks — and votes — in Iowa with her boyfriend, the presidential candidate Cory Booker.

  59. Does Trump Think Our Constitutional Processes Are Beneath Him? Opinion, December 8

    The best course for the House is to present a case for impeachment focused on Ukraine and the danger to the 2020 elections.

  60. What Does This Country Demand of Black Women in Politics? U.S., December 8

    After Kamala Harris’s departure from the presidential race, the people who saw their own paths reflected in hers are thinking about what comes next.

  61. For Trump, Instinct After Florida Killings Is Simple: Protect Saudis U.S., December 7

    Before issuing his own condolences, the president channeled the Saudi king’s, and avoided any discussion of the hard questions about why the U.S. is training Saudi officers.

  62. Buttigieg Struggles to Square Transparency With Nondisclosure Agreement U.S., December 7

    Mr. Buttigieg says he has no choice but to honor the agreement he signed while working for McKinsey & Company. Critics say it undermines his image of transparency.

  63. Twilight of the Technocrats Opinion, December 7

    How Bernie and Biden both channel an exhaustion with the experts.

  64. Twilight of the Technocrats Opinion, December 7

    How Bernie and Biden both channel an exhaustion with the experts.

  65. Exhausted With the Experts Opinion, December 7

    How Bernie and Biden both channel the current distrust of technocrats.

  66. Democrats’ Baffling 2020 Mess Opinion, December 7

    Four white front-runners, three of them 70 or older. What is this primary telling us?

  67. Amid Rancor in House, It’s Quiet in the Halls of the Senate. Too Quiet. U.S., December 7

    Senators, temporarily relegated to the sidelines as the House begins impeachment proceedings against President Trump, lament inaction as legislation languishes.

  68. Trump Can’t Resist Campaigning for Governors. But They Can Resist Him. U.S., December 7

    The president appears to love nothing more than injecting himself into governor’s races, though once in office, the governors don’t seem to feel they owe him much.

  69. The Bowhunting Influencer of Iowa Democrats U.S., December 7

    Rob Sand figured out how to win statewide office as a Democrat in Iowa, and now the presidential contenders are seeking his counsel — that is, when he isn’t deer hunting with bow and arrow.

  70. As Candidates Jostle for Position, a Long Race May Become a Marathon U.S., December 7

    In a volatile primary with no true front-runner, Democrats face the prospect of a monthslong delegate battle that would also feature a lengthy public airing of the party’s ideological fissures.

  71. Kamala Harris Is Out: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., December 7

    Steve Bullock and Joe Sestak also ended their campaigns, and Joe Biden had a tense exchange with a voter in Iowa.

  72. With Impeachment Unfolding Amid a Booming Economy, What Will Voters Prioritize? U.S., December 6

    Mr. Trump could find himself in 2020 presiding over a record-long economic expansion while defending his fitness to hold office.

  73. G.O.P. Tactic on Impeachment: Turn Ukraine Allegations Against Biden U.S., December 6

    President Trump and his allies are pushing debunked claims of corruption by Mr. Biden as a counternarrative to impeachment.

  74. The Power of ‘Patriotic Populism’ Opinion, December 6

    It helps explain Trump.

  75. Trump Is Pushing Protectionism. But Polls Show Americans Embracing Trade. U.S., December 6

    As President Trump calls for tariffs on imports, Americans are increasingly likely to say trade is a good thing. The trends are related — but maybe not in the way you think.

  76. What Michael Bloomberg Said About His 2020 Rivals in a TV Interview U.S., December 6

    In his first TV interview as a presidential candidate, Mr. Bloomberg said other Democrats “had a chance to go out and make a lot of money” themselves, and then use it to fund their campaigns.

  77. The Candidates: Bernie Sanders Podcasts, December 6

    We spoke with the Vermont senator about his journey from the fringes of American politics to the forefront — and the ideas that shaped him along the way.

  78. Why the ‘Wokest’ Candidates Are the Weakest Opinion, December 6

    If the fantasy that Democrats are all zealots were reality, the primary campaign would have turned out quite differently.

  79. Buttigieg Attacks Top Democratic Rivals on Tuition-Free College for All U.S., December 6

    Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders want to make public college free for everyone, even the wealthy. But Pete Buttigieg, who wants an income limit, disagrees.

  80. Elizabeth Warren Attacks Pete Buttigieg’s Private Fund-Raisers: ‘Open Up the Doors’ U.S., December 5

    Ms. Warren has previously avoided attacking most of her top-tier rivals by name. Her remarks came as Mr. Buttigieg has taken a lead in some Iowa polls.

  81. Please, Democrats, Don’t Make the Impeachment Articles Too Narrow Opinion, December 5

    From Russia to Ukraine, the House needs to show the president’s pattern of corruption.

  82. When Pete Buttigieg Was One of McKinsey’s ‘Whiz Kids’ U.S., December 5

    The candidate, citing a nondisclosure agreement, has been largely mum about his stint at “the firm.” Former McKinsey employees helped fill in the blanks.

  83. Jane Fonda: We Have to Live Like We’re in a Climate Emergency. Because We Are. Opinion, December 5

    I don’t want to look back and wonder what more I could have done to save our planet.

  84. Can Money Buy Bloomberg Love? U.S., December 5

    Do TV ads really make a difference in an election, or is Michael Bloomberg wasting his millions?

  85. What Happened to Kamala Harris? Opinion, December 5

    The rise and fall of a former top contender.

  86. Buttigieg’s Untenable Vow of Silence Opinion, December 5

    He needs to give voters more information about his work for the consulting firm McKinsey.

  87. Who Is Michael Bloomberg? | 2020 Presidential Candidate Video, December 5

    The billionaire businessman and former mayor of New York is hoping he can forge a path to the Democratic nomination by positioning himself as a centrist who can take on President Trump.

  88. ‘You’re a Damn Liar, Man,’ Biden Tells Voter in Iowa Video, December 5

    Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. had a tense exchange with a voter questioning Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings. Mr. Biden also challenged the man to do push-ups.

  89. Bloomberg Proposes Sweeping Gun Agenda, Including Federal Licensing U.S., December 5

    The former New York City mayor unveiled a detailed plan for addressing gun violence in Aurora, Colo., the site of a 2012 massacre at a movie theater.

  90. Donald Trump Is a Clear and Present Danger to the 2020 Election Opinion, December 5

    Who gets to pick the next president of the United States — President Trump, Russia or us?

  91. Democrats Ask: Do We Really Want an All-White Final Four? U.S., December 5

    As the party reckons with the likelihood of an all-white candidate lineup for the December debate, Cory Booker and Julián Castro see fund-raising gains.

  92. Joe Biden Challenges Iowa Man to Push-Up Contest After Testy Exchange U.S., December 5

    Shortly after John Kerry, the former secretary of state, endorsed Mr. Biden in the 2020 Democratic primary, the former vice president had a heated confrontation with a voter.

  93. Joe Biden Trades Barbs With Voter in Iowa: ‘You’re a Damn Liar’ U.S., December 5

    Shortly after John Kerry, the former secretary of state, endorsed Mr. Biden in the 2020 Democratic primary, the former vice president had a heated confrontation with a voter.

  94. Could Tax Increases Speed Up the Economy? Democrats Say Yes Business, December 5

    Led by Elizabeth Warren, presidential candidates and liberal economists are pushing an unorthodox “pro-growth” argument for raising taxes on the rich.

  95. Should College Be Free? Opinion, December 5

    And why are birthrates dropping?

  96. Kamala Decamps, Iowa’s Still Crowded, Trump’s Still Trump Opinion, December 4

    For Democrats, it’s Des Moines for the holidays.

  97. What Kamala Harris’s Campaign Teaches Us Opinion, December 4

    It is worth exploring the election system in this country and who benefits from it.

  98. For Democrats, #DebatesSoWhite U.S., December 4

    The 2020 Democratic field was historically diverse. But the next debate won’t look like it.

  99. Why There Won’t Be a Black Woman Running for President Opinion, December 4

    Kamala Harris’s campaign had its flaws, but we can’t let liberal biases go unchecked.

  100. Biden Proposes Smaller Tax Increases Than Rivals Do Business, December 4

    His set of tax plans would ask the highest earners to pay more to fund a smaller-scale expansion of government than those proposed by other leading Democrats.

  101. The American Health Care Industry Is Killing People Opinion, December 4

    Yes, transitioning to a more equitable system might eliminate some jobs. But the status quo is morally untenable.

  102. What Happened When Pete Buttigieg Toured the South to Meet Black Voters U.S., December 4

    The trip was engineered to introduce him to voters who have received far less attention from his campaign than a largely white cohort of donors and Iowa caucusgoers.

  103. Giuliani, Facing Scrutiny, Travels to Europe to Interview Ukrainians U.S., December 4

    President Trump’s personal lawyer has been in Budapest and Kyiv this week to talk with former Ukrainian prosecutors for a documentary series intended to debunk the impeachment case.

  104. Kamala Harris Dropped Out. What’s Next? U.S., December 4

    Wednesday: California’s junior senator is out of the race. Also: More on PG&E’s role in causing the Camp fire.

  105. Where Kamala Harris Went Wrong Opinion, December 4

    It’s not just political marketing.

  106. The Savage Injustice of Trump’s Military Pardons Opinion, December 4

    By bringing together two of his least limited constitutional powers, the president has created a toxic mess.

  107. A Louder, Messier Phase of Impeachment Podcasts, December 4

    The House Intelligence Committee has given its report on President Trump to the Judiciary Committee. What comes next will look very different.

  108. Is the Country Ready for a Gay President? Don’t Trust the Polls Opinion, December 4

    Polls have a poor record on predicting behavior around social issues and disfavored groups.

  109. Liberal Veterans’ Group Endorses Pete Buttigieg in 2020 Race U.S., December 4

    VoteVets is the first major organization to endorse the mayor of South Bend, Ind., who served in Afghanistan with the Navy.

  110. Where Harris Went Wrong U.S., December 3

    Kamala Harris is out of the race. We diagnosed her messaging missteps with our colleague Astead W. Herndon.

  111. Key Takeaways From House Intelligence Committee’s Impeachment Report U.S., December 3

    The 300-page report lays out Democrats’ case that President Trump abused the power of his office to solicit political help from a foreign power and obstructed the inquiry into his actions.

  112. Joe Biden Still Wants to Win Iowa. Here’s His Strategy. U.S., December 3

    The former vice president has lost his advantage in the leadoff caucus state, but he’s hoping his “No Malarkey” bus tour can win over rural voters.

  113. Did We Ever Know the Real Kamala Harris? Opinion, December 3

    She was crowned the perfect Democrat for 2020. Here’s what doomed her campaign.

  114. Kamala Harris Says She’s Still ‘in This Fight,’ but Out of the 2020 Race U.S., December 3

    The California senator broke barriers but ran out of money as she struggled in polls. Her abrupt announcement is perhaps the most surprising development to date in the 2020 race.

  115. Trump Warns Trade Talks With China May Last Past 2020 Election Business, December 3

    The president said he was in no rush to complete a deal, injecting further uncertainty into a dispute that has rocked global markets.

  116. Cory Booker Bets $100 Billion on Historically Black Colleges and Universities U.S., December 3

    The senator unveiled a broad plan at a decisive period for his struggling campaign as he faces the prospect of not making the December debate.

  117. Will Europe Ever Trust America Again? Opinion, December 3

    As Western leaders gather in London this week, you might be able to detect a huge rupture beneath the surface.

  118. Why the Less Disruptive Health Care Option Could Be Plenty Disruptive The Upshot, December 3

    Democrats like the “optional” part of the so-called public option. But the very existence of new government insurance could shake up the system.

  119. Ukraine Knew of Aid Freeze in July, Says Ex-Top Official in Kyiv World, December 3

    Ukraine’s government learned of the military aid freeze during the Trump administration’s pressure campaign — and tried to keep that knowledge from going public, an ex-deputy foreign minister said.

  120. Uncharted Territory on Abortion Politics U.S., December 2

    Abortion rights groups responded to our story, claiming political momentum heading into 2020.

  121. Republican Impeachment Defense Claims Trump’s Ukraine Pressure Was Apolitical U.S., December 2

    In a report intended to counter Democrats’ impeachment case against President Trump, Republicans will argue his efforts to get Ukraine to investigate his rivals had nothing to do with politics.

  122. Gladiators of Impeachment: How 2 Lawyers Got the Case U.S., December 2

    Daniel S. Goldman met Representative Adam B. Schiff in the green room at MSNBC. Stephen R. Castor is a veteran government lawyer. They now have starring roles in Washington’s impeachment drama.

  123. Trump Bars Bloomberg News Journalists From Campaign Events Business, December 2

    The Trump campaign retaliates after the billionaire candidate's media organization announced that it would steer clear of investigating Democratic contenders while still covering the president.

  124. Trump Heads to London as Impeachment Inquiry Progresses U.S., December 2

    President Trump left a dreary Washington on Monday with some pointed words for Democrats, who, he said, are deliberately holding an impeachment hearing while he is out of the country.

  125. Steve Bullock Drops Out of 2020 Presidential Race U.S., December 2

    Mr. Bullock, who won two terms as governor in a red state, didn’t catch on with Democratic primary voters. An aide said he would not run for Senate in Montana, as many Democrats have hoped.

  126. How Black Voters Could Help Biden Win the Democratic Nomination Interactive, December 2

    An overwhelming majority of delegates are at stake in states more racially diverse than Iowa and New Hampshire.

  127. Joe Sestak Ends Presidential Campaign U.S., December 1

    Mr. Sestak, a Democrat, entered the race late and walked 105 miles across New Hampshire in search of votes, but he never gained any traction in a crowded field.

  128. Sidelined for Months, Judiciary Panel Will Reclaim Impeachment Drive It Once Led U.S., December 1

    The House Judiciary Committee had been leading the debate over whether to impeach President Trump long before the Ukraine affair. This week, it returns to the center of the maelstrom.

  129. How a Divided Left Is Losing the Battle on Abortion U.S., December 1

    Miscalculations, and an unexpected victory by President Trump, have put abortion access at its most vulnerable point in decades, and the left on the defensive. Now it is trying to recover.

  130. The Case for Bernie Opinion, November 30

    The Democrats need a unifier. It could be the Vermont Socialist.

  131. The Case for Bernie Opinion, November 30

    The Democrats need a unifier. It could be the Vermont Socialist.

  132. Why Progressive Candidates Should Invoke Conservative Values Opinion, November 30

    Research suggests they would gain moderate and conservative support — without losing ground among their base.

  133. 2020 Democratic Candidates Wage Escalating Fight (on the Merits of Fighting) U.S., November 30

    For all the emphasis placed on the various divides among the candidates, the question of “to fight or not to fight” might represent the most meaningful contrast.

  134. Why Republicans Will Sidestep Their Garland Rule for the Court in 2020 U.S., November 29

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s health scare raised the question of how the Senate would handle a Supreme Court vacancy in a presidential election year.

  135. With Impeachment Inquiry in Full Swing, Public Opinion Remains Split U.S., November 29

    Most Americans view President Trump’s potential impeachment along partisan lines. But a crucial slice of the electorate remains undecided, with possible implications for the 2020 election.

  136. How Kamala Harris’s Campaign Unraveled U.S., November 29

    Ms. Harris is the only 2020 Democrat who has fallen hard out of the top tier of candidates. She has proved to be an uneven campaigner who changes her message and tactics to little effect and has a staff torn into factions.

  137. Warren Wealth Tax Has Wide Support, Except Among One Group Business, November 29

    Most college-educated Republican men oppose the plan, which otherwise finds wide backing. On Medicare for all, divisions are more starkly partisan.

  138. Kevin Talks Turkey Opinion, November 28

    My brother dishes on Trump, impeachment and the 2020 field.

  139. O.K., Mayor: Why 37-Year-Old Pete Buttigieg Is Attracting Boomers U.S., November 28

    Calling himself the “retirement guy” and pitching a “Gray New Deal,” Mr. Buttigieg has crafted a message that resonates among older white Americans, helping him rocket past other candidates in some polls.

  140. Donald Trump Jr., Debut Author, Sees Sales Bolstered by G.O.P. Allies U.S., November 28

    Orders from the Republican Party and other conservative groups helped push Mr. Trump’s best-selling book, records show.

  141. Elizabeth Warren Wants to Revoke Medals of Honor for Wounded Knee Massacre U.S., November 27

    A new Senate bill would rescind medals from 20 U.S. soldiers who slaughtered hundreds of Native Americans. “The horrifying acts of violence against hundreds of Lakota men, women and children at Wounded Knee should be condemned,” Ms. Warren said.

  142. When Trump Was Only Funny Mean Opinion, November 27

    Dating back to “The Apprentice,” he has long grasped that cultural loyalties can animate Americans far more than high-minded principles.

  143. Bernie Sanders vs. The Machine U.S., November 27

    In 1981, he was elected mayor of Burlington. But the city’s bureaucracy showed him that winning wasn’t everything. So he learned how to fight back.

  144. Julián Castro, in Plan to End Hunger, Warns Against Neglecting the Poor U.S., November 27

    “In our politics today, we’ve forgotten to talk about the poor as intently as we’ve fought for the middle class,” Mr. Castro said, proposing free breakfast and lunch for all public school students.

  145. Julián Castro, in Plan to End Hunger, Warns Against Neglecting the Poor U.S., November 27

    “In our politics today, we’ve forgotten to talk about the poor as intently as we’ve fought for the middle class,” Mr. Castro said, proposing free breakfast and lunch for all public school students.

  146. Trump Keeps Losing in Court. But His Legal Strategy Is Winning Anyway. U.S., November 27

    As fights over the president’s stonewalling of Congress play out slowly in courts, he is reducing the prospect that voters learn new damaging facts about him before the 2020 election.

  147. At Florida ‘Homecoming’ Rally, Trump Rails Against Familiar Targets U.S., November 26

    The president took on the impeachment inquiry, Democrats and the news media in his first return to the state as a formal resident.

  148. What $30 Million Gets in TV Ads U.S., November 26

    Michael Bloomberg made a splashy entrance into the 2020 race — and you’ll see one of his ads soon.

  149. Pete Buttigieg Responds to Uproar Over Past Comments on Minority Students U.S., November 26

    Michael Harriot, who wrote a scathing essay about Mr. Buttigieg in The Root, said his goal was to point out that “the ignoring and whitewashing of the issues, and trying to remain appealing to moderate voters, does a disservice to the Democratic Party’s core constituency.”

  150. Trump Knew of Whistle-Blower Complaint When He Released Aid to Ukraine U.S., November 26

    White House lawyers briefed President Trump in late August about the complaint, people familiar with the matter said.