In March 2016, Bernie Sanders faced an insurmountable delegate deficit against Hillary Clinton, and yet he continued his nomination fight all the way to the Democratic National Convention in July.
Senator, You’re No Jack Kennedy
The Carter vs. Reagan Debate
The Voting Rights Act of 1965
The Convention Bounce
1918 Mask Resistance
The Year 1968
Hahnemann Held Hostage
Partisan Elbows: Ebola vs. Coronavirus
The History of Super Tuesday
The Dean Scream
Hillary Tears Up in New Hampshire
The Resignation of the Surgeon General
The Senate confirms by voice vote hundreds of military promotions held up by Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL).
311-14: The House votes to “strongly condemn and denounce the drastic rise of antisemitism.”
Senate Majority Leader Schumer slams GOP for holding up Ukraine aid: “Ronald Reagan would be rolling in his grave.”
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) unveils her “Naughty List of No-Shows,” and criticizes federal agencies that allow remote work.
“It’s over”: Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) says he’ll lift blockade of nearly all the military promotions he’s delayed.
Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) hits back at Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) for trolling him with a George Santos Cameo video.
Kamala Harris breaks a 191-year-old record for the most tie-breaking Senate votes of any vice president in history.
“Recovering attorney” Ted Lieu (D-CA): “Even I know that you need *evidence* to go forward with an impeachment inquiry…”