A strong majority of Jewish Americans are Democrats, but the Israel-Hamas war is highlighting fault lines in the Democratic Party over U.S. policy toward Israel.
Young voters lean toward Democrats but amid the U.S. response to the Israel-Hamas war, many Gen Z and millennial Americans are trying to find where they fit in the party - if at all.
Gen Z and millennial voters should dominate the electorate in coming years. A poll from the Sine Institute, exclusively obtained by NPR, shows how 18- to 34-year-old Americans feel about the future.
Anderson Clayton is the youngest — and only Gen Z — state party chair in the country. She wants to help President Biden win over young and rural voters in her state next November.
The funding request for Ukraine could set up a showdown with Congress, where far-right Republicans as well as the left of the Democratic Party are skeptical of additional funding for the conflict.
State Rep. Mesha Mainor has endured a continuum of both hate and praise on social media and in emails since her July 11 party switch.
Democrats are aiming to make gains in North Carolina in 2024. And that path to victory in the state runs through its small towns and youngest voters. Here's where some of them stand.
Controversial Republican state Rep. Mesha Mainor of Atlanta, formerly a controversial Democrat, announced she is switching parties Tuesday. “This was not an easy decision,” she said.
In a blistering filing Thursday, U.S. District Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks described Trump as "a prolific and sophisticated litigant" with a "pattern of abuse of the courts."
Sinema's move is unlikely to change the power balance in the Senate, as it comes days after Sen. Raphael Warnock won the Georgia runoff election to give Democrats a 51-49 majority.
Democrats retained control of the U.S. Senate after Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto won reelection in an exceptionally close race. She speaks with Morning Edition about what the race means for her party.
In her announcement to leave the Democratic Party, Gabbard accused the party of using rhetoric that is anti-police and anti-religion, and pushing the country closer to nuclear war.
The Democratic National Committee approved a resolution that will likely upend the party's traditional presidential primary calendar.
At their historic high tides, Democrats were not really more united than they are now. They may have been less so. The difference was they had enough votes to abide their disunity and still prevail.
Voters of color should not be treated as "get-out-the-vote targets," says the head of one of the groups that issued the report. Instead, outreach needs to start one to two years before an election.