Democrats Face Entirely Different State In NevadaNow that Iowa and New Hampshire are in the past, the Democratic presidential contest shifts to different terrain in Nevada, where an urban and diverse electorate will test the breadth of Bernie Sanders and the durability of Hillary Clinton.
Clinton Struggling To Win Over Young WomenFor young women, political revolution is currently trumping the idea of a Madame President. In New Hampshire, women under the age of 45 overwhelmingly backed Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton, exit polls showed.
Clinton Moves Aggressively To Hold Off SandersHillary Clinton has been here before, watching a political rival generate youthful enthusiasm with lofty proposals that she believes are going unchallenged. So, on Thursday, she took matters into her own hands.
Clinton & Sanders Set For 1-On-1 Democratic DebateHillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are in a tug-of-war over who's the best standard-bearer for progressive values as they road test lines of argument for the first one-on-one debate of the Democratic campaign.
Races Tight As Iowa Kicks Off 2016 VotingDonald Trump and Bernie Sanders hope to ride voter energy into victories Monday in the Iowa caucuses, as Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton bank on sophisticated vote operations months in the making.
Medical History Shows Sanders In "Very Good Health"Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is in "overall very good health," according to a medical history released Thursday by his campaign, in the days leading up to Monday's Iowa caucuses.
Iconoclastic Presidential Hopefuls Worry House MembersDonald Trump, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders are energizing grassroots voters as the first balloting of the 2016 presidential race draws near. Yet the three maverick contenders are also alarming political operatives.
Clinton & Sanders Woo Undecided VotersWooing undecided voters, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on Monday night each cast themselves as life-long champions for tackling economic inequality, but offered differing visions for addressing the nation's problems.
Cruz & Clinton Call For Calmer Campaign TalkSen. Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton both called for lowering the temperature in the presidential primary race Monday, even as their campaigns and supporters kept up their attacks with a week to go until the Iowa caucuses.
Rubio Goes After Clinton, Not His GOP RivalsRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio sprinted toward the Iowa caucuses Sunday, avoiding direct confrontations with his opponents and instead projecting a vision that looks more toward the general election.
Obama's Cabinet Lining Up Behind ClintonHillary Clinton hasn't just been wrapping herself in President Obama's legacy lately. She's been wrapping herself in his Cabinet. Clinton's presidential campaign has racked up support from the President's top officials.
Clinton Ups Her Attacks On SandersWith days to go before the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton on Thursday ramped up her attacks on fellow Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, saying that she is not interested in ideas that will "never make it in the real world."

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