Analysis: Iowa Democrats Drawn to Two Faces of Change

By many measures, Buttigieg, 38, and Sanders, 78, are a study in contrast; the youngest and oldest candidates.

The Glitz of Super Bowl Headed to a Blue-collar Part of Miami

Roughly one in four residents of Miami Gardens, where Super Bowl 54 will be played, live below the poverty line.

The Fraught Politics of Food

For a politician, food might seem like a low-hanging fruit. Is there an easier way to appeal to the masses?

Key Takeaways from Democratic Presidential Debate in Iowa

Electability questions persist. Anxieties about gender and sexism are resurgent.

Deeper Issue: Can a Woman Win the Presidency?

This is the question that has been gnawing at Democratic primary voters for more than three years.

‘Obamacare’ Mandate: Hot for Lawyers, Ho-hum to Consumers

The repeal of an unpopular fine for people without health insurance has had little impact.

America’s Influence, Once so Dominant, Waning under Trump

Three years into Donald Trump’s presidency, America’s global influence is waning.

Analysis: Lots of Impeachment Evidence but One Thing Missing

Trump’s wall of support among GOP lawmakers seems formidable.

Black Friday Frenzy Goes Global – and not Everyone’s Happy

People don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in many countries around the world, but they do shop on Black Friday.

Impeachment Hearing Takeaways: A ‘Domestic Political Errand’

Dr. Hill scolded Republicans lawmakers for propagating what she said was a "fictional narrative."
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On the 100th Anniversary of the Negro Leagues, a Look Back at What Was Lost

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Former Metallica bassist and The Chophouse Band to showcase new music at Lighthouse Art Center.

Trump’s Big Bet on Career and Technical Education

Trump's proposal has a lot of potential to open up new job opportunities.

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Bloomberg Opens New Campaign Offices Throughout Florida

The former New York mayor already had offices in St. Pete, Orlando, and the Little Havana area of Miami.