A look at Wednesday’s paper: –Analysis from @SusanPage: Dr. Fauci stuck to science, without the politics at the Senate hearing Tuesday. –US is ‘printing’ money to keep economy afloat: The Fed is creating dollars at an unprecedented rate.pic.twitter.com/NwG7fwflWy
A look at Wednesday’s paper:
–Analysis from @SusanPage: Dr. Fauci stuck to science, without the politics at the Senate hearing Tuesday.
–US is ‘printing’ money to keep economy afloat: The Fed is creating dollars at an unprecedented rate. pic.twitter.
Joe Biden grabs a surprising victory in Texas, the second biggest prize of Super Tuesday in terms of delegates. http://bit.ly/32OsxhU pic.twitter.com/NeJ1gWh0j6
Joe Biden grabs a surprising victory in Texas, the second biggest prize of Super Tuesday in terms of delegates. http://bit.ly/32OsxhU pic.twitter.
Beto O’Rourke has played games with the media before, but he got a last laugh of sorts — at least a wistful chuckle — by dropping out of the presidential race on Friday afternoon, sending political writers into a tizzy right before the weekend. And although his candidacy once had great promise, O’Rourke’s exit from […]
You might not know it from the headlines, dear reader, but the presidential contest is not the only election happening in 2020. Control of the U.S. Senate is also up for grabs, and the party in charge of Congress’s upper chamber could determine the fate of many of the policies currently grabbing attention in the […]
Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly polling roundup. Polls of the week Very few Republican voters favor the impeachment and removal of President Trump — only about 11 percent, according to our impeachment polls tracker. Democrats voted on Thursday to move forward with public hearings on impeachment and will likely use the hearings to try to […]
Welcome to The Spin Cycle, a semi-regular look at how the impeachment inquiry is being sold to the American public by Washington-types — both those who are looking to oust the president and those looking to save him. For most of the short life of the impeachment inquiry, House Democrats have played their hand in […]
Today’s House vote to formalize the impeachment process, spelling out its rules and procedures, isn’t the impeachment vote. That vote — on whether to make Donald Trump only the third-ever president<a class="espn-footnote-link" data-footnote-id="1" href="https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/what-we-learned-from-the-first-house-vote-on-impeachment/#fn-1" data-footnote-content=" Along with Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998. “>1 to be impeached — will likely come later, […]
By Galen Druke Embed Code <iframe frameborder=”0″ width=”100%” height=”180″ style=”margin:20px auto 25px;max-width:600px;” scrolling=”no” src=”https://fivethirtyeight.com/player/politics/27973764/”></iframe> Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan dropped out of the Democratic primary race last Thursday, bringing the number of “major” candidates<a class="espn-footnote-link" data-footnote-id="1" href="https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/politics-podcast-an-exit-interview-with-tim-ryan/#fn-1" data-footnote-content=" By FiveThirtyEight’s definition. “>1 vying for the party’s nomination down to 17. In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight […]
Last week, two polls painted two very different pictures of the state of the primary race. A CNN/SSRS poll put former Vice President Joe Biden 15 points ahead of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, 34 percent to 19 percent, while a Quinnipiac University poll released a day later found Biden trailing Warren by 7 points, 21 to […]
Let’s play a game I’m calling “Guess That 2020 Candidate.” The person I’m thinking of is a fresh face who would make history if elected president. They have ties to Harvard University and are known for giving thoughtful, sometimes wonky answers to questions. They hail from the middle of the country, which they play up […]