Bernie Sanders

Sanders’ fundraising spigot slackens

The senator raised $20 million less in April than in March after suffering a series of defeats.

How Sanders could keep the revolution alive

Activists say Sanders’ ability to galvanize voters could fuel a populist movement — even if, as expected, he loses the Democratic nomination.

Bernie Briefing: Has Sanders ‘already won’ or just lost?

The national press that once played up the Vermont presidential candidate is hitting him with “zombie campaign” put-downs.

George Jaeger: Foreign policy — the neglected issue

The conundrum facing voters is who is more likely to guide this nation wisely through the coming, probably more dangerous years and lay the basis for a coherent new long-term foreign policy.

Margolis: What the Sanders campaign’s failure says about the left

There is the possibility that the campaign will survive as a movement even after the election. The possibility is not a likelihood. The same kind of talk has been heard from the supporters of losing candidates before, including former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean.

Sanders campaign begins big layoffs as focus shifts

The candidate said his campaign is cutting back in states that have already voted during this primary season. He also invoked his argument to superdelegates that he would be the stronger candidate in the general election.

Barrie Dunsmore: An apology to Bernie

It is to Sanders’ credit that he took a principled stand on the Israel issue that was not likely to win him many votes and could have cost him some.

Sanders loses four states

Sanders chances to win the Democratic presidential nomination are now slim to none.

Fundraising numbers continue in Sanders’ favor

After a double-digit loss to Hillary Clinton in New York’s primary Tuesday, Bernie Sanders looked to push out any good news he had, announcing that his campaign had outraised Clinton’s for the third straight month, bringing in more than $46 million in March. While Sanders’ path to the nomination is now virtually closed, the Vermont […]

‘Bernie’ biography goes graphic

A new paperback by nationally syndicated political cartoonist Ted Rall is, for all its comic look, a serious if not sectarian biography of the pioneering politician.

Bernie Briefing: Sanders aims to navigate ‘narrower road’

The national press is offering the Vermont presidential candidate plenty of direction.

Vt. congressional delegation calls for stricter federal regulations for toxic chemicals

In Wake Of PFOA Contamination, Leahy, Sanders And Welch Call For Stricter Federal Regulations WASHINGTON (Friday, April 22, 2015) – As tests for perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) contaminating drinking water in North Bennington, Bennington and Pownal continue this week, Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Representative Peter Welch (D-Vt.) pressed two congressional committees, […]

Reporter’s Notebook: Clinton’s capture of Chappaqua

One woman fondly recounted that Bill judged a pie contest at the farmer’s market last fall, and Hillary recently dropped in on her daughter’s civics class at the highly esteemed Horace Greeley High School.

Margolis: Undemocratic? Remember ‘the eye of the beholder’

So powerful is the dream of the nomination that Bernie Sanders is in denial of the all-but-fatal numbers. So devoted are they to their candidate that supporters see no inconsistency when they embrace a strategy they also deplore as “undemocratic.”