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  1. The Candidates: Elizabeth Warren Podcasts, Yesterday

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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

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

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

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. Twilight of the Technocrats Opinion, December 7

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

  10. Twilight of the Technocrats Opinion, December 7

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

  11. Exhausted With the Experts Opinion, December 7

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

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Should College Be Free? Opinion, December 5

    And why are birthrates dropping?

  17. Warren Takes Aim at Bank Mergers, a Sign of Her Presidential Intentions Business, December 4

    Elizabeth Warren, a hopeful for the Democratic presidential nomination, has long been skeptical of Wall Street. If she wins the White House, it could spell stricter regulation.

  18. Should College Be Free? Opinion, December 3

    The Democratic Party is split over whether you should have to pay to get a degree.

  19. 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.

  20. The Case for Bernie Opinion, November 30

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

  21. The Case for Bernie Opinion, November 30

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

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

  24. 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.

  25. As Bloomberg Enters the Democratic Race Opinion, November 26

    Readers discuss the former mayor’s candidacy, Barack Obama’s advice and Joe Biden’s slumping poll numbers.

  26. Meet the Leftish Economist With a New Story About Capitalism Business, November 26

    Mariana Mazzucato wants liberals to talk less about the redistribution of wealth and more about its creation. Politicians around the world are listening.

  27. Minority Voters Chafe as Democratic Candidates Abandon Charter Schools New York, November 26

    The front-runners for the presidential nomination are moving away from the charter school movement, and black and Latino families ask why their concerns are lost.

  28. Democrats Increasingly Vocal in Calling ‘Medicare for All’ a Political Liability U.S., November 26

    Party leaders are describing the health care proposal that appeals to the party’s left as a risky bet that could neutralize one of the Democrats’ prime issues in 2020.

  29. Did New Hampshire Fall Out of Love With Bernie Sanders? U.S., November 25

    New Hampshire is as close to a must-win state as Mr. Sanders has, and, despite his overwhelming victory against Hillary Clinton in 2016, winning is far from a sure thing right now.

  30. Black Voters to Black Candidates: Representation Is Not Enough U.S., November 25

    Joe Biden leads with black voters, and Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are making better inroads with younger ones than Kamala Harris and Cory Booker. In interviews, voters rejected the idea that racial representation equated to change.

  31. Elizabeth Warren Has Done the Hard Part. Now Comes the Harder Part. U.S., November 23

    All summer, she was soaring, slinging buzzy plans and climbing in the polls. It’s not summer anymore.

  32. Debate 5, and a Push for Black Voters: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., November 23

    In the absence of a clear front-runner, some lower-polling candidates were able to break through — at least for one news cycle.

  33. Debate 5, and a Push for Black Voters: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., November 23

    In the absence of a clear front-runner, some lower-polling candidates were able to break through — at least for one news cycle.

  34. Protesters Confront Warren and Biden at Campaign Events Video, November 22

    In Georgia, Senator Elizabeth Warren was interrupted by protests because of her plan to cut charter school funding. And in South Carolina, immigrants’ rights activists clashed with former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. over Obama-era deportation policies.

  35. What Does Oakland Think of Kamala Harris Now? U.S., November 22

    The California senator announced her presidential campaign here with a rally for tens of thousands. Her fans loved her debate performance. But some people wonder, “Where have you been?”

  36. Stephen Colbert Takes Issue With Likening Rudy Giuliani to a Hand Grenade Arts, November 22

    Colbert joked on Thursday that Giuliani “seems more like a Molotov cocktail — used by Russians and full of alcohol.”

  37. Day After Debate, Biden and Warren Face Protesters at Events U.S., November 21

    In a palpably tense exchange at an event in South Carolina, Joseph R. Biden Jr. sparred with an organizer protesting Obama-era deportation policies.

  38. Pete Buttigieg 2020? Opinion, November 21

    His path to the nomination appears more open than ever.

  39. Elizabeth Warren Makes Pitch to Black Women In Speech About Racial Inequities U.S., November 21

    In events across Atlanta, Ms. Warren, Bernie Sanders and others described how they would address the concerns and priorities of black voters.

  40. What Were the Most Memorable Moments From Last Night’s Debate? U.S., November 21

    For a Democratic debate that was without major fireworks, there were several memorable moments. Here are the lines that stood out.

  41. Debate Night: The ‘On Politics’ Breakdown U.S., November 21

    I thought Pete Buttigieg would have a target painted on his back. But no one really stopped him.

  42. Who Won the Democratic Debate? Campaign Experts Weighed In U.S., November 21

    Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Cory Booker stood out at the fifth Democratic primary debate in Atlanta.

  43. Winners and Losers of the Democratic Debate Interactive, November 21

    Our columnists and contributors give their rankings.

  44. The Electability Debate, Brought to You by the People Who Want to Be Elected U.S., November 20

    If combat is the sincerest form of flattery in politics, Pete Buttigieg had some reason to be flattered on the Atlanta stage.

  45. Watch: Key Moments From November Democratic Debate Video, November 20

    Ten presidential candidates took the stage in Atlanta to discuss topics including impeachment, climate change and foreign policy. Also, there were some jokes.

  46. Buttigieg Was a Target. But No One Was Attacked Like Warren. Opinion, November 20

    The debate was often a referendum on a politician who has presented a challenge to the party.

  47. With Impeachment as Backdrop, Democrats Direct Fire at Trump in Debate U.S., November 20

    The candidates mostly tempered their criticism of one another and presented a united front on vital issues like climate change.

  48. Elizabeth Warren Says Gordon Sondland Bought His Way to Ambassadorship U.S., November 20

    Ms. Warren’s campaign quickly capitalized on her argument with a digital ad. “I’ll never give ambassadorships to unqualified donors just because they wrote me fat checks,” she says in the ad.

  49. Which Candidates Got the Most Speaking Time in the Democratic Debate Interactive, November 20

    The candidates spent the most time touting their own electability and plans to beat President Trump.

  50. Analysis of the Nov. 20 Democratic Debate Interactive, November 20

    Our reporters are providing real-time analysis of tonight’s Democratic debate, with 10 presidential candidates on stage. Join us to follow along.

  51. 5 Takeaways From the November Democratic Debate U.S., November 20

    It was a mostly bloodless evening among the 10 candidates onstage, but there were some standout moments.

  52. Tonight’s Democratic Debate: What to Watch For U.S., November 20

    Everything you need to know about the presidential primary debate lineup in Atlanta.

  53. Dear Debate Moderators … Opinion, November 20

    Please don’t start with Medicare.

  54. The Danger of Elizabeth Warren Opinion, November 20

    Even if she wins the presidency — hardly a sure bet — she may jeopardize Democrats in the House and the Senate.

  55. The Democratic Field: A Fair Comparison Interactive, November 20

  56. Warren’s Very Good Transition Plan Opinion, November 19

    If only she’d started with it.

  57. How Democrats Would Tax High-Income Professionals (Not Just the Mega-Rich) The Upshot, November 19

    Moody’s data shows that higher taxes would be paid disproportionately in Democratic-leaning states.

  58. Next Democratic Debate: The Top Four vs. Everyone Else Interactive, November 19

    The debate stage is nearly identical to the one from October, minus two candidates — Beto O’Rourke has since dropped out and Julián Castro did not make the cut. See how similar or different the dynamics will be this time.

  59. Doing the Health Care Two-Step Opinion, November 18

    Medium-size reform creates the conditions for bigger things.

  60. How Moderates Are Seizing the Moment in the Democratic Primary U.S., November 18

    New entrants into the race. A nod from Barack Obama. Centrist victories in governor’s contests. Moderates sense a favorable shift.

  61. Leon Cooperman: A Wealth Tax Is a ‘Dead End’ Opinion, November 17

    Making the case against the tax proposal by Senator Elizabeth Warren.

  62. How Elizabeth Warren Got to ‘Yes’ on Medicare for All U.S., November 17

    Health care had not been a driving issue for the Massachusetts senator. But the expansive $20.5 trillion package could come to define her candidacy anyway.

  63. Pete Buttigieg Jumps Out to Lead in Iowa Poll U.S., November 16

    Mr. Buttigieg had a surprisingly robust lead in the latest Des Moines Register and CNN poll. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joseph R. Biden Jr. were in a statistical tie for second.

  64. Elizabeth Warren’s Backup Backup Health Plan The Upshot, November 16

    Many presidents have failed to pass major health care legislation. She shared a detailed list that doesn’t require congressional approval.

  65. Obama Says Average American Doesn’t Want to ‘Tear Down System’ U.S., November 15

    Former President Barack Obama, in an address to liberal donors, warned candidates not to go too far left and sought to calm those who were concerned about the state of the Democratic primary.

  66. Elizabeth Warren Vows to Expand Health Coverage in First 100 Days U.S., November 15

    Ms. Warren laid out a blueprint to pass major health legislation at the start of her presidency. But she would wait as long as three years to seek passage of a full-scale “Medicare for all” plan.

  67. A Goldilocks Candidate? Opinion, November 15

    Deval Patrick’s opportunity — and his problem.

  68. Raise Billions From Billionaires? Tax Experts Say It’s Not That Simple Your Money, November 15

    Name a tax and there’s a way to reduce it, delay it or not pay it. Financial advisers say a wealth tax would be no different.

  69. Andrew Yang: Yes, Robots Are Stealing Your Job Opinion, November 14

    Self-driving trucks will be great for the G.D.P. They’ll be terrible for millions of truck drivers.

  70. Senate Republicans, Eyeing Election-Year Impeachment Trial, Wrestle With Timeline U.S., November 14

    Republicans are weighing whether to draw out the proceeding, hindering the presidential campaigns of several Senate Democrats, or seek a quicker resolution.

  71. Why a ‘Republican Economist’ Plans to Vote in the Democratic Primary Business, November 14

    The Harvard economist N. Gregory Mankiw, once an adviser to Republican leaders, has been disappointed by Trump. Here’s what he’s seeking in economic policy.

  72. Warren Wealth Tax Could Slow Economy, Early Analysis Finds Business, November 14

    A preliminary projection of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax said a drop in investment by the richest Americans would crimp growth.

  73. It May Be a Good Idea for Democratic Front-Runners Not to Look Back The Upshot, November 14

    Buttigieg and Sanders seem well positioned to gain by exploiting the vulnerabilities of Biden and Warren.