A barrage of attacks trying to link the Democratic nominee to policies like Medicare for All aren’t hurting him, polls show, as many of the policies remain popular with most Americans.
President Trump has made fracking a “Hail Mary” attack on Joe Biden in the industrial Midwest, but three weeks before Election Day, it does not seem to be working.
The campaign has learned it’s not always easy appealing to progressives in the party and moderates in the broader electorate.
A president who has mocked climate change and pushed policies that accelerate it is set to be briefed on the scorched earth and ash-filled skies that experts say are the predictable result.
There are lessons here for Joe Biden.
The result was the first loss by a Kennedy in a Massachusetts election and demonstrated the progressive energy that is reshaping the Democratic Party.
Edward Markey, 74, entered Congress before Joseph Kennedy III was born. But in their Senate race he has harnessed the energy of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the ascendant left, much to Mr. Kennedy’s frustration.
Climate change leaders said the choice of Harris signaled that Democrats will try to ensure that communities burdened by pollution would benefit from a transition to clean energy.
The upset of the veteran congressman from St. Louis sent tremors though the Democratic establishment in Missouri and Washington, D.C.
His new plan bills itself as a “revolution,” going well beyond anything the Obama administration attempted. Is it enough?
“Defund the police” and “cancel rent” aren’t reforms, but paths to revolution.
A task force designed to help shape Mr. Biden’s climate plan has recommended that he embrace moving to 100 percent renewable electricity in 15 years and a rapid transition to energy-efficient buildings.
Nikil Saval wants to bring more democratic socialism to Philadelphia, as part of a leftist wave in American electoral politics.
As the economy melts down, embattled conservatives are testing a political response: saying Democratic climate policies would bring similar pain.
After the coronavirus, political transformation may be inevitable.
With closer cooperation among nations, the head of the United Nations argues, we could stop a pandemic faster and slow climate change.
Addressing climate change is a big enough idea to revive the economy.
Addressing climate change is a big-enough idea to revive the economy.