Cory Booker on Friday criticized what he called "fear-mongering" about police showing up to confiscate legally owned assault-style weapons such as the AR-15 rifle.
O’Rourke has stuck a dagger into the exquisitely calibrated gun-control messaging on which his party has worked for the better part of 20 years.
Immigration is supposed to be a Democratic thing, and yet the candidates don't know the most elementary facts.
Frank Bruni on Elizabeth Warren’s refusal to tell the truth about the middle-class tax increases that would be needed to pay for her health-care scheme: I was most struck by how ...
The Democratic frontrunner slipped but didn’t fall at Thursday’s debate.
Why last night’s Democratic presidential primary debate was bad; a detail about that Trump resort in Scotland, and an appointment for this weekend.
Things are looking up for her.
The real failure was that of the moderators in the obvious and important questions and follow-ups they didn't ask.
In Houston last night, O’Rourke abandoned his cloying euphemisms and delivered a deliberate, carefully scripted endorsement of gun confiscation.
Briscoe Cain, who represents the Houston area in the Texas state legislature, wrote “my AR is ready for you Robert Francis” in a since deleted tweet.
The good news for Joe Biden last night? He was a lot more energetic, forceful and coherent than usual. The bad news? He's still Joe Biden.