The Split-Screen Primary
In the On Politics newsletter: Presidential candidates are perfecting the art of talking to the media about impeachment, and of talking to voters about issues.
Hillary Clinton Says She Is Not Running for President in 2020
The former secretary of state told a New York television station that she would continue to speak out on issues, saying, “I’m not going anywhere.”
Joe Biden Has Support From Older Black Voters. Is It Enough?
Mr. Biden is the early pacesetter in the South Carolina primary, buoyed by his long ties to elected officials there. But some question whether his support will endure.
Elizabeth Warren Gains Ground in 2020 Field, One Plan at a Time
Declining to hold big-dollar fund-raisers and rolling out one policy proposal after another, Ms. Warren has strengthened her candidacy, though questions about her financial viability remain.
Is There Room in 2020 for a Centrist Democrat? Maybe One or Two
A group of moderate Democrats, led by Joseph R. Biden and Michael Bloomberg, are thinking of challenging Trump. If too many centrists run, they could box each other out.