Michael Bloomberg

Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg hold election rally in San Antonio

Michael Bloomberg follows the exit signs after a bruising Super Tuesday

The mogul’s woebegone nomination bid proves that money can’t always buy elections—especially for lousy candidates
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
MEMPHIS, TN - FEBRUARY 28: Democratic presidential candidate, former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg speaks during a rally held at the Minglewood Hall on February 28, 2020 in Memphis, Tennessee. Bloomberg is campaigning before voting starts on Super Tuesday, March 3. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The end of Bloomberg’s presidential campaign?

Politics Insider America 2020 for Feb. 28: Bloomberg plateaus, Buttigieg’s plan for the rest of the race, and ‘superdelegates’ explained ahead of Super Tuesday

The permanent campaign: U.S. versus Canada

David Moscrop: If American elections were run under Canadian rules, would it make a difference in the quality or outcome of their races?

Michael Bloomberg’s bully bid for the White House

The latecomer to the Democratic race is trying to win the U.S. presidency the old-fashioned way—by buying it
Michael R. Bloomberg addresses a sold-out crowd in Toronto as the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada’s 2nd John H. McArthur Distinguished Fellow

Michael Bloomberg is anti-Trump, pro-Canada and anti-marijuana

In Toronto, the potential Democratic presidential candidate also condemned the president’s comments on the Huawei case
Jaime Weinman

Barack Obama makes a pitch for his legacy

What Barack Obama’s political impact says about the Democratic Party—and what may come next
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau  meeting with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

Justin Trudeau’s Empire state of mind

What did we learn from Justin Trudeau’s trip to the Big Apple?
Plenty of ammunition

Michael Bloomberg vs. the NRA

The next steps for New York City’s ambitious three-term mayor
A surprisingly refreshing aftertaste (though maybe not for Mayor Bloomberg)

A surprisingly refreshing aftertaste (though maybe not for Mayor Bloomberg)

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s supersized soft drink ban is struck down in court. Big Gulp lovers rejoice.