For good or ill, the New York City mayor stood taller than his fellow contenders on the stage and spoke louder than most of them, too. Bill de Blasio was one of the last Democrats to enter the presidential
The candidates’ different answers reflect the Democratic Party’s deeper divisions on foreign policy. Maybe it was inevitable, with 10 candidates onstage. When the Democratic contenders were asked during
In an interview, the Facebook CEO hinted that the company is trying a new approach to misleading videos created through artificial intelligence. Mark Zuckerberg signaled today that Facebook might be taking
Mexico recently deployed 6,500 members of its newly formed National Guard to its southern states, along the border with Guatemala. Responding to pressures from Donald Trump’s administration, and to stresses
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The Atlantic surveyed the Democratic presidential candidates on whether they support the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Only some took a definitive position. Toward the end of his vice presidency, Joe Biden