After speculation the powerful centrist Democrat would run third-party, Manchin announced Friday he would not be running for president in the 2024 election. But he did not endorse a candidate.
Democrats are looking to keep Nevada voters in Biden's corner this year and they hope his policies do it. But communicating the federal dollars isn't the easiest way to excite voters.
Young voters and Native American voters are two groups that showed up for President Biden in the 2020 election. But ahead of his 2024 match-up, it's unclear if he'll be able to keep their support.
Democrats are targeting seats with first-term GOP incumbents in states where access to abortion rights could resonate with swing voters.
Democrats are counting on young voters to come out in big numbers in 2024. And strategists say a strong online presence is a key way to keep them engaged. Which in part means, here come the memes.
A voting bloc that hasn't gotten as much national attention, Native voters are an influential constituency in several swing states, making them a group to watch in 2024.
The next House speaker will need to win the support of 218 members and Ukraine aid is expected to be a significant factor.
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds Trump and Biden in a dead heat — but a conviction could change that, as independent voters aren't interested in supporting Trump if he's convicted.
At least one House Republican, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, is publicly threatening to offer a resolution to try to remove the speaker. Here's how that procedural motion would work.
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.
Alabama Republican Party Chair John Wahl is the youngest state GOP chair. He wants to increase GOP turnout among Black and young voters amid a larger redistricting battle and a looming election.
With all that has shifted around in American politics, the Democrats' disconnect from the broad working class is the loss that has cost them the most and threatens them most in the years ahead.
Chinese companies and individuals own farmland across America. But lawmakers in Washington are pushing to block any purchases that could be connected to the Chinese Communist Party.
A year after the court did away with the right to an abortion, 57% say they oppose the decision, an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds. They're also in favor of continuing affirmative action programs.
As President Joe Biden seeks a second term in office, a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll shows that a majority of Americans are concerned about his mental fitness.