Are Democrats losing one of their most loyal voter bases to the Republican Party?
House Speaker Paul Ryan's challenger Randy Bryce just joined a chorus of 2018 progressives who want to see the Democratic Party take a stronger stance on ICE.
After Democrats voted him out on sexual harassment allegations, former Colorado Representative Steve Lebsock changed his party affiliation at the last minute so the GOP would be tasked with picking his replacement.
Congresswoman accused liberals of 'attempting to politicize tragedies and demonize law-abiding gun owners and conservative Americans'
The first daughter said she is “no longer surprised” about partisan lines in Washington, D.C.
A tweet from the Democratic party is providing fodder for far-right conspiracy theories.
Black voters, especially women, allowed Doug Jones to beat Roy Moore, but they're still losing faith in the Democrats.
Alec Baldwin told Iowans that Democrats shouldn’t just be waiting in hopes of a Trump impeachment, according to advice from former president Bill Clinton.
“I have much to learn," Bittel said
Stephen Cloobeck said he wanted the party to maintain the middle ground.
Also, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is (still) super-unpopular.
One Democrat has filed a resolution calling on independent senators Bernie Sanders and Angus King to formally join the party.
Many voters are purged from the rolls in New York, where the party enrollment deadline is more than half a year ahead of the primaries.
Bernie Sanders remains locked in a battle to transform the Democratic Party.
The ex-California attorney general has been dubbed the female Obama, spared no punches on Jeff Sessions and holds Trump to account.
A group of Democrats have united with an approach that mirrors Bill Clinton’s.
Jerry Brown suggested intelligence should be the litmus test for California lawmakers.
Unable to vote down the legislation against a Republican majority, the Democrats are resorting to slowing processes in protest.
In the shadow of Donald Trump, thousands of young people are gunning to resurrect the party—one district at a time.