Should the media be giving equal time to negative coverage of the two candidates—even if the president's colossal failures dwarf anything his opponent might have done?
Although most white evangelicals and most conservatives voted for Trump in 2016, he divorced his party from conservative beliefs and makes a daily mockery of Christian values like charity, empathy and humility.
Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib has been a vocal opponent of Donald Trump since she took office yet refuses to officially back his Democratic opponent. What's up with that? Tlaib addresses the endorsement issue and other subjects in this Newsweek interview.
We have a president who is obstructing justice before our very eyes, in real time. The fact that he is doing it in public does not make it any less of a crime—and the public should convict him for it at the ballot box.
George Patton "Pat" Waters says in campaign video for South Carolina representative Joe Cunningham: "I've never voted for a Democrat in my life"
Chairman of the South Carolina Teenage Republicans, Will Galloway, took aim at the president in a video posted on the website of Republican Voters Against Trump.
The massive 19,000 square-foot banner is painted in a sea of dark blue with the words "Trump-2020" underscored with "Keep America Great" in bold white letters on a navy blue square.
The president's attack lines have been blaming China, calling for law and order, and highlighting Biden's age and health. But all three are likely to backfire.
Helmut Norpoth, a political science professor at Stony Brook University who forecasted Trump's 2016 win eight months ahead of the election, said on Fox News that the president's reelection chances are above 90 percent.
The Supreme Court's decision on "faithless electors" is important, but for 2020, it does not end the issue.
Democratic Senators looking to draft substantive laws should not let the potential "joys" of having some power in a future minority role serve as a deterrent to passing meaningful legislation now.
Jo Rae Perkins previously announced that she "stands with President Trump... with Q and the team," referring to the popular right-wing conspiracy theory.
Across the globe, policies once dismissed as impossible have already been implemented—and to get America out of the post-pandemic slump, bold thinking is essential.
The New York Times and Siena College poll adds to polling putting the former vice president well clear of the White House incumbent.
The former vice president has consistent polling numbers in his favor over President Donald Trump.
A summary by FiveThirtyEight of polls carried out in key states since May 1 puts the Democrat contender ahead of President Trump, which is in keeping with his lead nationally.
The former vice president crossed the threshold of 1,991 delegates to take on President Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election.
The pandemic has led to tremendous shifts in parents values and aspirations—but the changes don't neatly cut along party lines.
"If I had to go get a 9-to-5 and start f****** over," the Barstool Sports owner said, I'd rather die of corona, seriously, or at least take my chances."
51 percent trust Biden to handle the domestic coronavirus outbreak, while 45 percent trust Trump in the latest CNN/SSRS poll.
Everyone in America is facing hardships, but these hardships collide on the bodies of Black Americans in ways that are more substantial and longer lasting.
Voters should not have to choose between their health and participating in democracy.
In recent decades, Republican vice presidents have come from governor mansions, the private sector or even the CIA. Democrats, however, tend to reach to one particular branch of government for their VP picks.
Many, many Americans won't make themselves heard in the remaining caucuses and primaries, let alone the presidential election, without a drastic intervention.
A record 32 million Latinos will be eligible to vote in the 2020 general election.
The Vermont senator and presidential candidate recalled the recent incident in which a man unfurled a Nazi flag at an event.
The Vermont senator praised Sen. Elizabeth Warren who dropped out this week for trying to tackle a "corrupt political system in which billionaires are buying elections."