A guide to the contest on Saturday and the Journal’s planned coverage.
It appears the firewall is holding for former Vice President Joe Biden this week. If that remains the case, a key question is: How much will that matter next week?
A woman who says Michael Bloomberg told her to terminate her pregnancy while she worked for his company the 1990s has been released from a nondisclosure agreement that kept her from discussing the allegations.
Joe Biden is trying to hang on to his longtime lead among black Democrats, some of whom say they are considering other candidates.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, who was ranked the least wealthy senator in 2007, had a long history of buying homes he could barely afford. “Even as a kid in high school, I’d been seduced by real estate,” he once wrote.
For most of the 20th century, Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders were a reliable voting bloc for Republicans. But as their numbers have grown in recent years, they have turned further to the left.
Democratic presidential candidates are bound by a common goal: to stop Bernie Sanders from amassing a majority of delegates.
The two billionaires coexisted for years in New York City, trading pleasantries in public and keeping ill feelings private. With Michael Bloomberg set to face voters for the first time Tuesday, it’s “Mini Mike” vs. “Carnival Barking Clown.”
As opinions across one county suggest, there may be vulnerabilities for the former vice president in the first Democratic presidential primary with significant numbers of black voters.
In their view, a Sanders-led ticket could reverse gains in state legislatures and turn what might be tight congressional races into GOP landslides.
Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign has made overtures to Democrat Andrew Yang, courting the former candidate’s endorsement and floating the possibility of Mr. Yang becoming his running mate, according to two people familiar with the discussions.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’s plan to wipe out Americans’ $1.6 trillion in student debt could face thorny political and practical problems if the Democratic candidate is elected president in November.
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg defended his past decisions to regulate New Yorkers’ health choices but said he wouldn’t necessarily push for those policies on a national level.
The growing number of eligible immigrant voters could play a significant role in picking the Democratic presidential nominee, as 46% of them live in states with primaries or caucuses taking place on or before March 3.
Joe Biden and his allies are trying to consolidate centrist voters behind his candidacy in the final days before Saturday’s South Carolina primary, with a key leader in the state endorsing him and a super PAC backing his bid making a major push for large donations.
Bernie Sanders bore the brunt of the attacks during a cacophonous Democratic presidential debate that highlighted his rivals’ anxiety over a self-described democratic socialist possibly facing President Trump in November.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg projected more confidence on the debate stage Tuesday than when he stumbled his way through his debut performance in Las Vegas last week.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, days after a resounding victory in the Nevada caucuses, took the bulk of incoming fire on the debate stage ahead of South Carolina’s Saturday primary. Here are the moments that mattered during the debate.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’s recent comments on Cuba have drawn condemnation in Latino-heavy Florida and fanned some Democrats’ fears that he would doom their chances of winning the swing state if he is the party’s presidential nominee.
The allies have reached out to supporters such as casino magnate Sheldon Adelson. Other billionaires they plan to target include Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison and Blackstone Group Inc. CEO Stephen Schwarzman.