After each election, the losing party typically recalibrates its position and adjusts its message accordingly. However, U.S. history is littered with instances when the losing political party failed to understand why it lost and then embarked on the wrong course, often with disastrous results.
If Democrats ever want to regain their status of helping middle-class voters, they need to go into their communities and really speak to them, not at them.
Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders is preparing an aggressive push to regain ground in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination,
A detailed look at how presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush stack up on the heated issue of entitlements reform. Who is right?
There is almost universal consensus that one candidate stood out as the clear winner in Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate.