Bernie Sanders

U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, speaks to members of the media while standing beside a truck plastered with campaign posters after greeting voters in Astoria, Queens on Jun. 23, 2020, on primary election day in New York. (CP/AP/Kathy Willens)

The rise of America’s NDP

Rick Smith: There has never been a better moment for American progressives to flex their muscles

Biden speaks in Los Angeles as Super Tuesday primary results roll in. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)

Joe Biden’s super Super Tuesday

U.S. Politics Insider newsletter: Voters came home to Joe. Elizabeth Warren lost out. And Michael Bloomberg saw the end of a three-month, woebegone investment.

After Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders becomes yesterday’s man

Scott Gilmore: Riding a wave of momentum Joe Biden is suddenly the man to beat, while Sanders rages on, aggrieved and wounded

Sanders speaks at a campaign rally at the Los Angeles Convention Center on March 1, 2020 (Michael Tullberg/Getty Images)

Bernie Sanders in L.A.: Did someone say Public Enemy?

Paul Wells: Prior to Super Tuesday, the Democratic front-runner rallied in California with a curious crew of celebrities. Only one person there mattered.

Democratic presidential hopefuls Bloomberg and Sanders speak during a break in the ninth Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season in Las Vegas on Feb. 19, 2020 (MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images)

America’s first Jewish president?

Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg are both talking about what it means to be Jewish, and demonstrating the diversity of opinion among Jews

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and his wife Jane Sanders wave as they exit the stage after winning the Nevada caucuses during a campaign rally at Cowboys Dancehall on February 22, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas. With early voting underway in Texas, Sanders is holding four rallies in the delegate-rich state this weekend before traveling on to South Carolina. Texas holds their primary on Super Tuesday March 3rd, along with over a dozen other states (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

How Bernie Sanders won Nevada

America 2020 Politics Insider for Feb. 24: Sanders takes Nevada without an Iowa-style software disaster while Biden’s make-or-break primary approaches

How small donations became the new currency of U.S. politics

Democratic candidates for president are being measured based on two- and three-digit contributions to their campaigns—or lack thereof

How liberal democrats can save America, slowly but surely, from Trump

Adam Gopnik argues compromise is a ‘fighting word’ for liberals who need to be simultaneously radical and realistic

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

The rise of the radical left in America’s Democratic Party

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has put a brash, fresh face on unapologetic socialism in the United States. Can Americans—or even Democrats—get behind her?

What the Democrats’ ‘Medicare for All’ plan could spur in Canada

Opinion: For some Americans, Canadian health care is a source of envy. But the ‘Medicare for All’ plan shows that our system could use a shake-up, too

What the Democrats’ new ‘Better Deal’ policy means

The Democratic Party’s new brand might feel like empty sloganeering—but it may also signal a big shift in thinking. Which one is it?

Q&A with George Saunders: ‘Art is not some inessential frippery’

One of the great American writers of his generation discusses U.S. politics, the power of books, and his late friend David Foster Wallace