Bernie Sanders' victory in Nevada – following a win last week in New Hampshire and a draw with Pete Buttigieg in Iowa - instantly elicited incoming fire from his top rivals for the Democratic nomination. And it made already nervous moderate and establishment Democrats even more jittery over the prospect of a Sanders nomination.
Health care once again emerged as the single top issue for Democrats in Nevada in Saturday's caucuses -- though as in Iowa and New Hampshire, the vast majority of voters also said they were more interested in defeating President Donald Trump than in any one issue.
President Donald Trump made 56 false claims last week -- repeating one of his conspiracy theories about the 2016 election, promoting new fiction about impeachment witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, and inflating his accomplishments and his standing in the polls.
The White House race has moved west to Nevada, where the electorate is much more diverse, but Sen. Bernie Sanders is aiming for the same result -- a repeat performance of his victory in last week’s New Hampshire primary.
Elizabeth Warren's shock-and-awe attacks on Michael Bloomberg have won her the hearts -- and dollars -- of many liberal Democrats, infusing new oxygen into a campaign that looked to be on the verge of collapse after two disappointing finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire.
A small New Hampshire town's only lawman was let go by the city's selectboard. Richard Lee, the now-former Chief of Police of Croydon, turned in his police car and uniform and walked home in only boots, a hat and his underwear. WPTZ's Matt Leighton reports.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is reversing her position on opposing support from outside groups such as super PACs. The progressive senator from Massachusetts had long spoken out against such organizations -- but as she attempts to mount a comeback for the nomination after disappointing third- and fourth-places finishes in the Iowa caucuses and last week’s primary in neighboring New Hampshire, respectively, she’s changing her stance.
A New Hampshire police chief may have taken the news he was being stripped of his duties a little too literally. Richard Lee, who has served as the top — and solo — cop in the small town of Croydon for 20 years — removed his entire uniform and walked out in a snowstorm, nearly...
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