The Democrats' main vulnerability right now is that voters simply have no idea they're trying to do popular things.
According to New York Times reporters Kenneth P. Vogel and Kate Kelly, Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona are attracting some wealthy GOP donors.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. And for Democrats on the Hill, that's a monumental problem.
President Biden and House Democrats are planning more than 1,000 events in the coming weeks to try to sell voters on the Build Back Better plan as they face sour poll numbers.
Democrats running in competitive Senate races are being urged to zero in on the issue of the cost of living in an effort to sell President Biden's Build Back Better legislative agenda, according to a polling memo released exclusively to The Hill.&
Michael RaineyNovember 29, 2021As Congress returns from its Thanksgiving break this week, Democratic lawmakers face a daunting to-do list that
The Build Back Better agenda is the largest expansion of the social safety net in decades. Democrats say they learned from the debate over the Affordable Care Act and are selling their bills sooner.
Republicans are targeting Virginia's 7th Congressional District, currently represented by Democratic Rep. Abigail Spanberger, in next year's midterm elections.
That the White House felt this was the right move speaks volumes about Harris.
President Joe Biden's campaign pledge to manage COVID-19 is coming back to haunt him as he and his administration scramble to learn more about the omicron variant.
There are about 800,000 people, elderly and disabled, who qualify for subsidized home care on waiting lists to get that care. Some will end up in nursing homes, where they don’t need to be and where the threat of COVID-19 lingers indefinitely. President Joe Biden and the majority of congressional Democrats want to fix that. They originally proposed $400 billion over the next 10 years to provide home and community-based health services. That’s since been whittled down to $150 billion, one...
For months, progressives urged Biden to pick a new Fed chair, yet didn't quite rally around Lael Brainard. Now the Trump appointee is set to stay.