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Sanders and Bloomberg Under Attack in Sharp Exchanges in Debate

In a messy South Carolina Democratic forum, featuring frequent interruptions, angry crosstalk and theatrical hand-waving, Bernie Sanders faced the most serious test so far. → Read More

Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses, Strengthening His Primary Lead

His triumph will provide a burst of momentum that may make it difficult for the still-fractured moderate wing of the Democratic Party to slow his march to the nomination. → Read More

The Next Hurdle for Bernie Sanders: Nevada’s Top Union Dislikes ‘Medicare for All’

His Democratic rivals are trying to capitalize. → Read More

Biden Needs Black Voters to Lift His Campaign. But He Has Competition.

Joe Biden is looking ahead to South Carolina to resurrect his candidacy. There are signs that it may be a bigger challenge after defeats in Iowa and New Hampshire. → Read More

Bernie Sanders Scores Narrow Victory in New Hampshire Primary

The Vermont senator tightened his grip on the Democratic Party’s liberal wing, benefiting from a field that has divided moderate voters. → Read More

Biden Slashes Into Buttigieg: ‘This Guy’s Not a Barack Obama!’

The former vice president and his campaign, under pressure after his poor performance in Iowa, mounted unusually personal attacks on Mr. Buttigieg ahead of the New Hampshire primary. → Read More

Joe Biden Shakes Up Campaign Leadership, Elevating Anita Dunn

Ms. Dunn, who worked in the Obama White House, is taking on a new role as Mr. Biden seeks a reset after a disappointing fourth-place finish in Iowa. → Read More

What Went Wrong for Joe Biden in Iowa Caucuses

His placement behind his leading rivals in the caucuses on Monday dealt a damaging blow to his campaign. Some party officials say it was a long time in the works. → Read More

Iowa Caucus 2020: What to Watch For and When to Expect Results

Seven Democratic candidates are mounting competitive efforts in the state. The Times will provide up-to-date results and live political analysis. → Read More

Des Moines Register Poll of Iowa Caucusgoers Abruptly Shelved

The release of the highly anticipated survey was canceled after Pete Buttigieg’s campaign raised concerns that he was not included in at least one phone call, according to a senior official on the campaign. → Read More

Biden Aides Weigh Pursuing an Iowa Caucus Alliance With Klobuchar

Amy Klobuchar’s campaign signaled no interest in such a plan, under which each candidate would encourage supporters to back the other in certain precincts. → Read More

Doug Collins, Trump Ally, Is Expected to Run for Senate in Georgia

Mr. Collins plans to challenge a fellow Republican, Senator Kelly Loeffler, in this fall’s special election for one of Georgia’s Senate seats. → Read More

Sanders and Warren Try to Tone Down Rift. Some of Their Supporters Seem Less Willing.

The two progressive candidates seem to be trying to play down their differences that came into view over the past week. But many of their supporters were not ready to move on. → Read More

Bernie Sanders Says He’d Consider Releasing List of Supreme Court Picks

In an interview with the editorial board of The New York Times, the senator touched on a broad range of subjects, including China, gun control and wishing people happy birthday. → Read More

Sanders and Biden Look for Dominance in Early States

Bernie Sanders and Joseph R. Biden Jr. have been seeking to take control of the race in its early stages, trying to deny momentum to their top two rivals, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg. → Read More

Mike Pompeo Is Said to Decide Against Running for Senate in Kansas

The secretary of state’s decision most likely ends Republicans’ hopes of securing a potentially dominant candidate for the open seat in Kansas, his home state. → Read More

McKinsey Gives Pete Buttigieg Permission to Disclose Clients

Mr. Buttigieg will also open his fund-raisers to the press and identify people raising money for his campaign, in a significant concession from a candidate facing pressure over transparency. → Read More

They’re Blue Collar, and They Think Biden Is an Average Joe

Joseph R. Biden Jr. has durable support from a multiracial coalition of working-class voters who view him as one of their own. → Read More

President Trump Bet Big This Election Year. Here’s Why He Lost.

In Louisiana and Kentucky, Mr. Trump’s political pleas appeared to energize Democrats and political moderates as much as his own base, sending turnout in cities and suburbs soaring. → Read More

Why the Louisiana Governor’s Race Is So Close

As voters cast ballots on Saturday for Gov. John Bel Edwards or Eddie Rispone, Louisiana’s traditional regional divide is giving way to an urban versus rural political chasm. → Read More