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Elizabeth Warren

  1. vision 2020
    One of the Iowa Contenders Could Beat Trump, Right?Two weeks out from the caucus, it’s an unprecedented four-way deadlock. Ready, set, go!
  2. vision 2020
    Joe Biden’s Agreeable, Terrific, Very Good, Not at All Bad WeekOver the past seven days, Biden’s top rivals turned on each other, polls turned his way — and Barack Obama did his campaign a big favor.
  3. interesting times
    Andrew Sullivan: Is There a Way to Acknowledge America’s Progress?Politics in 2020 often seems premised on injustice being more prevalent than ever — which leaves little space to claim collective victories.
  4. capitol report
    The Senate Impeachment Trial Began Like a Grade-School Fire DrillThere were alphabetical lines and a lot of nerves. Senator Feinstein got yelled at for using a cell phone.
  5. democratic debates
    Warren to Sanders: ‘I Think You Just Called Me a Liar on National TV’CNN has published the audio from the post-debate moment between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, and it’s unlikely to defuse the tension.
  6. vision 2020
    The Two Des Moines Debates: Was It a Snoozer or an Epic Clash?Depending on which account you consult, the seventh debate was either all about niceness or open conflict.
  7. democratic debates
    People Finally Want to Hear From Tom Steyer, But He’s Not TalkingThe billionaire was in the middle of the Sanders-Warren post-debate exchange but is saying little about it.
  8. democratic debates
    5 Takeaways From the Democratic Debate in IowaAmong them: Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren aren’t great at “deescalating,” and Iowans’ fetishization of politeness is a huge gift to Biden.
  9. vision 2020
    Sanders–Warren Conflict Roils Iowa Debate — and the 2020 RaceA relatively calm debate — and for that matter, nominating process — was suddenly submerged in a simmering then roaring conflict between two camps.
  10. democratic debates
    Unpacking the Tense Moment Between Warren and SandersChatting with Intelligencer’s Gabriel Debenedetti, from the scene in Iowa, about the non-handshake heard around the world.
  11. democratic debates
    Watch Elizabeth Warren Refuse to Shake Bernie Sanders’s Hand After the DebateDespite the message of goodwill onstage, the post-debate moment could fuel the emerging conflict between the two progressive senators.
  12. democratic debates
    The Sanders–Warren Face-off Begins Cordially, Gets WeirdAfter Sanders denied the report that he told Warren he didn’t think a woman could win in 2020, Warren “disagreed.” It got strange from there.
  13. vision 2020
    Bernie Boneheads and Liz Losers Unite!Or at least, fight with kid gloves on. You have nothing to win without each other.
  14. the body politic
    The Third Rail of Calling ‘Sexism’Warren tried not to talk about it.
  15. democratic debates
    A Warren-Sanders Face-off? And 6 More Things to Watch for in Tonight’s DebateIn the last contest before the Iowa caucuses, expect more foreign-policy talk, and a lot more conflict between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
  16. vision 2020
    Warren Says Sanders ‘Disagreed’ With Her That a Woman Could Win in 2020After Sanders denied a report that he privately told Warren a female candidate couldn’t beat Trump, Warren said that the exchange happened.
  17. vision 2020
    Politics Chat: The Sanders–Warren He-Said, She-Said Showdown Over SexismDid the allegations of sexism by Sanders come from Warren’s camp? What will the fallout be? Two Intelligencer staffers discuss.
  18. impeachment
    It’s Time for Pelosi and McConnell to Make Some Big Impeachment Trial DecisionsThe impeachment trial schedule should be set by week’s end, and the initial skirmishing in the Senate over rules will soon begin.
  19. vision 2020
    The Sexist Myth Behind the Sanders-Warren SpatMany Democrats fear, despite a lack of evidence, that a woman can’t win the presidency. They need to reject this misogynist Trumpian assumption.
  20. vision 2020
    Sanders Campaign Goes Negative on Warren, Claims She Is Candidate of the WealthySanders, who leads polls in NH and IA, instructed volunteers to tell Warren supporters that she is “bringing no new bases into the Democratic Party.”
  21. the one percent
    Americans Really Want to Raise Taxes on the RichBut will the rich themselves get in the way?
  22. vision 2020
    Is Warren Still a Viable Unity Candidate?She lost altitude as she got hit from left and center on Medicare for All, and old electability fears returned. But she can begin a comeback in Iowa.
  23. vision 2020
    How Democrats Can Stay United in 2020At the other end of the tough primary battle, Democrats must rally around their nominee if they hope to beat Trump. Here’s how they can do it.
  24. vision 2020
    Warren’s New Bankruptcy Plan Is Biden BaitAs she lags behind the field’s top competitors, Warren revisits a core issue.
  25. democratic primaries
    Julián Castro Endorses Elizabeth WarrenDays after ending his own campaign, Castro is getting behind Warren’s.
  26. vision 2020
    Buttigieg’s Sharp Elbows Jab BidenMayor Pete isn’t just going back and forth with Warren and Klobuchar. He’s also apparently trying to get to Biden’s left on national security.
  27. vision 2020
    Biden’s Imaginary Republican Friends Include a Running MateThe former veep needs to stop treating bipartisanship as something that will magically reappear if he wins.
  28. vision 2020
    For Klobuchar, It’s an Iowa Surge or ElseAfter a solid debate performance, she badly needs to catch one of the top-four candidates in Iowa.
  29. vision 2020
    Sanders, Warren Criticize Amazon As Campaigns Spend Six-Figure Sums on the SiteThe Sanders and Warren campaigns spent $233,000 and $151,000 respectively while calling for substantial reform at the anti-union e-commerce giant.
  30. vision 2020
    Obama Is Lending His Aura to Multiple Presidential CandidatesIn what might be called the Obama Primary, there are several contenders, and only one candidate, Bernie Sanders, out of the running for now.
  31. vision 2020
    Welcome to the Electability PrimaryA look at the major candidates’ various ways of assuring voters they’ve got what it takes to win.
  32. vision 2020
    The Democratic Debate Showcased a Fight for the Moderate LaneIt featured fireworks among center-left candidates, with Buttigieg where Klobuchar needs to be in Iowa, and both still chasing Biden.
  33. vision 2020
    Why Isn’t Anyone Attacking Bernie Sanders?Biden, Buttigieg, and Warren have never felt it was worth it to go after Sanders. Now, he’s surging and the opportunity might have passed.
  34. vision 2020
    Warren Sensibly Avoids Medicare for All Fantasy WorldPretending Medicare for All will happen quickly is inconsistent with her hard-headed brand of progressivism.
  35. vision 2020
    Will Elizabeth Warren’s Comeback Strategy Work?She has dipped in the polls amid muddled health-care messaging and concerns over “electability.” But there’s still plenty of time to rebound.
  36. vision 2020
    How Bloomberg Could Shake the 2020 Race on Super TuesdayThe billionaire probably can’t win the nomination, but his monstrous spending could create big problems for survivors of the early state contests.
  37. vision 2020
    Is Candidate Bloomberg Actually Good for Biden?What changes for donors with a (second) billionaire in the race.
  38. the national interest
    Elizabeth Warren Tells Poor Parents to Fix Their Own SchoolsPresidential candidate boasts of helping to kill effective reform, tells urban parents to deal with it themselves.
  39. bernie sanders
    Sanders’s ‘Secret Weapon:’ Strong Latino SupportIt mostly has to do with Sanders’s great strength among young voters, but it will help him survive any early setbacks.
  40. vision 2020
    Can Bernie Sanders Solve the Democrats’ Medicare for All Dilemma?The party is mired in debate over a bill that won’t pass anytime soon. It may fall on Sanders to explain why incremental reform comes first.
  41. vision 2020
    Kamala Harris Dropped Out Because the Party Doesn’t DecideDemocratic donors and congressional leaders were higher on Harris than Biden, Buttigieg, Sanders, or Warren. It didn’t matter.
  42. democratic primaries
    Biden Accuses Buttigieg of Stealing His Plan, Questions Enthusiasm for WarrenThe gloves are off on the “No Malarkey” tour.
  43. vision 2020
    Democrats Should Make 2020 Into a Referendum on ‘More Socialism for Old People’The GOP needs seniors’ votes but is ideologically incapable of meeting their needs.
  44. vision 2020
    Bullock, Sestak Drop Out of 2020 Presidential RaceBullock had a great electability argument. But he got into the race late and then failed to make enough of a mark.
  45. wealth tax
    If You Can’t Have Wealth Taxes, You Don’t Have a CountryThe law-and-order-loving nationalist’s case for Elizabeth Warren’s tax policies.
  46. vision 2020
    Which Rival Will Bloomberg Go After in His ‘Massive’ Ad Buy?A huge initial buy for the former New York mayor will probably target Trump — but a shot at Warren or Sanders wouldn’t be surprising.
  47. vision 2020
    Could Pete Buttigieg Actually Become President?Mayor Pete’s minority voter problem is still a big obstacle to his “nominatability.” But as the nominee he could be the un-Trump.
  48. mueller time
    If Congress Doesn’t Impeach and Remove Trump, It Could Still Censure HimCensure resolutions may not be as satisfying, but they’d be much easier to initiate and pass, and could ramp up pressure on congressional Republicans.
  49. vision 2020
    Michael Bloomberg, Deval Patrick, and the Awful Specter of a Brokered ConventionThese late presidential entrants are more likely to help winnow the field than to deadlock a convention and win via an Establishment coup.
  50. vision 2020
    The Expected Pete Buttigieg Pile-On Never Happened in the Atlanta DebateMayor Pete has been surging in Iowa and New Hampshire polls — but his rivals pretty much left him alone.
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