Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., the leading candidate to run the Democratic Party, backed Farrakhan and always votes left.
What should a political party that has just lost its white working-‐class blue-‐ collar base to a “make America great again” nationalist do to try to regain these voters?
Democrats have a choice: we can make the next four years productive for the American people, or we can choose obstruction.
Howard Dean took himself out of the race to become chairman of the Democratic National Committee, warning that the race could become contentious but vowing to support whoever is elected.
A high-powered Democratic lobbying firm has admitted to the Department of Justice that it failed to file legally required disclosures of White House advocacy on behalf of a foreign government, new federal filings show.
Vice President Joe Biden closed the door Tuesday on the possibility of leading the Democratic Party after leaving the White House next year.
The House Ethics Committee opened an investigation into Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.) after he failed to disclose that a group founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood paid for him to make a pilgrimage to the Islamic holy site of Mecca in Saudi Ar…
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says he won’t seek to become chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb said Tuesday that disillusionment with the Democratic Party among white working class voters is “a dignity issue” and also “a fairness issue.”
Democrats need a revived party with a strong leader, as well as a clear message that allows them to stand as the loyal opposition to Trump Republicans.