by Ryan Koronowski Jul 24, 2016
Sen. Sanders praised her decision to step down "for the future of the Democratic Party."
by Alex Zielinski Jul 23, 2016
"This is a silly story. He isn't going to be president," writes Wasserman Schultz.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 12, 2016
"Hillary Clinton understands that we must fix an economy in America that is rigged and that sends almost all new wealth and income to the top one percent."
by Alice Ollstein & Bryce Covert Jul 5, 2016
Here are the major areas where this year's Democratic platform is more progressive than the one President Obama ran on in 2012.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 13, 2016
As the Sanders campaign continues to fight, he and his millions of supporters are now publicly grappling with the choices ahead of them.
by Alan Pyke Jun 3, 2016
The head of the Democratic National Committee is still listed as a cosponsor of industry-friendly legislation to sabotage new payday loan rules, however.
by Alice Ollstein May 11, 2016
Why we have superdelegates, what it means to be one, and why people are so mad at them right now.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 19, 2016
The campaign finance experts who spoke to ThinkProgress said while they find Clinton's activities unethical, they are likely not illegal.
by Alan Pyke Mar 1, 2016
With first-ever nationwide payday lending rules expected to drop later this year, the head of the Democratic National Committee has thrown her lot in with the traditionally conservative opposition to such safeguards.
by Kira Lerner Oct 23, 2015
"I would like to take this opportunity one last time to advocate for a chance be given to peace," Chafee told the audience at the DNC's Women's Leadership Forum.