The proposed reversal has raised alarm bells with environmentalists.
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New research finds liberals and libertarians are particularly prone to reflective thought.
The author and political scientist offers a traditionally timid party some bold ideas.
We'll know in a few months whether Democratic leaders have lost control of their party.
When it comes to standing up against the NFL's new protest policy, many Democratic leaders have opted for passivity. But what if the importance of the middle ground has been substantially overstated?
The Democratic Party may have finally identified a message with staying power.
Sharp divisions between labor unions and reformers threaten to tear apart the Democratic Party in the Centennial State.
Political parties at every level of government choose their nominees through primaries. That's the most important decision a party can make—and an organization's most important decisions should be made by members of that organization.
The legislation prompted a fierce debate between the moderate and progressive wings of the Democratic Party.
Republican representatives make up more than half of those choosing to not seek re-election.