Yang, the long-shot Democratic 2020 candidate, is playing up his credentials as a pragmatist. But there's nothing pragmatic about letting climate change proceed unchecked.
The threats that Williamson's ideas present to disabled people are not just hypothetical.
In the second round of the Democratic debates, Andrew Yang said his platform would provide Americans with the resources they need to adapt to climate change.
The plan, which has drawn intense criticism for its specificity, is just one piece of a bigger proposal.
A new analysis suggests that Democrats should be worried about turnout in 2020.
The 2020 election cycle is already bringing to light the innate conflict in our political system between individualism and policies that benefit entire communities.
Timely new research reveals that, in televised debates, producers give some candidates a more favorable visual treatment than others—and in 2016, the big winner was Donald Trump.
The Trump administration is trying to make climate denial more mainstream. In response, Democrats should center climate science and policy in their upcoming primary debates.
O'Rourke's sixth major policy rollout is heavy on executive actions he would pursue to support the LGBTQ community.
New research finds that voters are more likely to support a liberal candidate whose rhetoric reflects conservative values.
Pete Buttigieg and Julián Castro have made their faith a pillar of their political platforms, signaling potentially larger shifts within American politics.
Progressives often debate whether universal or targeted policies are best suited to create a more equal society. Warren's college plan brilliantly combines them both.
"By not fully recognizing leadership potential in female candidates, organizations are inhibiting the prospects of half of their talent."