WASHINGTON – According to President Donald Trump, age limits for the presidency should "be limited by the public." Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One on Wednesday that "I think it has to be limited
Iowa Democrats want to create satellite locations for their 2020 presidential caucuses in places as varied as group homes and factories, as they try to make the contest more accessible. A new proposal
Voters rank how much they trust 2020 Democratic presidential candidates to handle international crises and war
If the eventual 2020 Democratic nominee for president defeats President Donald Trump, he or she will face myriad challenges when it comes to foreign policy. From climate change and trade disputes to rising
WASHINGTON — Senator Amy Klobuchar keeps having to tell Democratic voters the things they can’t have: Medicare for all, free college, mandatory gun confiscation and decriminalizing all border crossings.
Kirsten Gillibrand was struggling with a line in her speech. The New York senator was in the car and making changes to remarks she’d give at the Women’s March in Ames during her first trip to Iowa last
-- KYLE CHENEY, HEATHER CAYGLE and JOHN BRESNAHAN: “House Judiciary panel preparing vote to define Trump impeachment probe”: The House Judiciary Committee is preparing to take its first formal vote to
Eric Holder warns Democrats against faulting Obama on immigration, Mike Pompeo’s Kansas trip prompts speculation on Senate run Washington Wire is relaunching today, after its initial run from 1940 to Published
(CNN) — The Democratic National Committee's Rules and Bylaws Committee voted to remove "virtual caucusing" from Iowa's and Nevada's 2020 caucus plans on Friday, giving the states about two weeks to form
Iowa Democrats said Friday they are not giving up on making the 2020 presidential caucuses more accessible, telling an arm of the Democratic National Committee they are exploring alternatives to their
On his visit to Ireland, VP Mike Pence will stay at President Trump’s private golf resort, an hour away from his meetings in Dublin. Plus: The “queen” of the Iowa caucuses ‣ Following two deadly shootings
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE leaders on Friday moved to reject Iowa’s plans to allow people to vote by phone in “virtual caucuses,” out of concern that remote caucusing might be vulnerable to hacking.
J. Ann Selzer is still waiting to find out exactly what the country’s first nominating contest will look like. She’s been called the “best pollster in politics” and the “queen of the Iowa caucuses.” But
This article was produced by Voting Booth, a project of the Independent Media Institute. Cybersecurity concerns have prompted the Democratic National Committee to reverse course on offering a telephone