The Democratic National Committee approved a resolution that will likely upend the party's traditional presidential primary calendar.
At their historic high tides, Democrats were not really more united than they are now. They may have been less so. The difference was they had enough votes to abide their disunity and still prevail.
Voters of color should not be treated as "get-out-the-vote targets," says the head of one of the groups that issued the report. Instead, outreach needs to start one to two years before an election.
With President Biden and other Democratic leaders in their 70s and 80s, the new chairman of the Democratic National Committee says recruiting younger candidates will be among his top priorities.
Anti-fascist protesters carried signs rejecting Joe Biden's presidency and scuffled with law enforcement in Portland, Ore., on Wednesday.
Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., sees room for the party to find common ground. And he says progressive Democrats plan to push for "Medicare for All" and a bold climate change plan.
Democrats didn't have the big wins they expected in congressional races. Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez says Democrats are working to expand the electorate for Georgia's Senate runoffs.
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee have looked for ways to challenge Barrett's conservative views without alienating her Catholic supporters.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz — a "Princess Bride" superfan — expressed disapproval as the cast of the 1980s cult classic plans to reunite for a fundraiser on behalf of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin.
The failure of this year's Iowa caucuses was years in the making, some technology specialists argue, in part because of the haphazard way political users buy software.