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Hillary-Sanders-101415.jpg Fresh off his lop-sided victory in the New Hampshire primary, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders looked to build on his momentum Thursday in the latest Democratic debate against Hillary Clinton. Sanders, the upstart self-proclaimed socialist, did not aggressively attack the former Secretary of State as...

Clinton-presidential-campaign-021116.jpg Potentially helping Hillary Clinton solidify her support among black voters, the Congressional Black Caucus Political Action Committee announced its endorsement of the former Secretary of State's run for president on Thursday.

imge1-021116.jpg While President Barack Obama has vowed to remain neutral in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said the president clearly prefers Hillary Clinton.

CarlyFiorina-021016.jpg Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced Wednesday she is suspending her campaign for the Republican presidential nomination after a disappointing showing in the New Hampshire primary. After coming in seventh in New Hampshire, Fiorina revealed her decision to drop out of the race in a post on her Facebook page.

ChrisChristie-020916.jpg After a poor showing in the New Hampshire Republican primary, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie officially dropped out of the race for president on Wednesday. Christie said his message that speaking your mind, experience, and competence matter was heard by and stood for by a lot of people but not enough.

supremecourt-021016.jpg Delivering a setback to President Barack Obama, the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan on Tuesday. In a 5 to 4 decision, the Supreme Court granted a request from nearly thirty states and the energy industry to stay the plan while litigation proceeds.

Bernie-Sanders-020516.jpg This time, the polls were correct, as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump cruised to easy victories Tuesday in their respective New Hampshire primaries. Sanders, the socialist-leaning Vermont Senator, was expected to dominate the Democratic race in New Hampshire - and he did. Trump, the business mogul,...

ChrisChristie-020916.jpg CBS News released the criteria for the next Republican presidential debate on Tuesday, indicating that several candidates will need strong showings in tonight's New Hampshire primary to qualify.

MichaelBloomberg-020916.jpg Amid dissatisfaction with the level of discourse in the presidential campaign, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has confirmed reports he is considering an independent bid for the White House.

JohnKasich-BernieSanders-020916.jpg Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Ohio Gov. John Kasich received the most votes in the tiny New Hampshire community of Dixville Notch early Tuesday morning. The few residents of Dixville Notch traditionally vote at midnight, casting the first votes in the New Hampshire primary.

whitehouse-020816.jpg Amid the outbreak of the Zika virus in Latin America, the White House announced Monday the administration is asking Congress for more than $1.8 billion in emergency funding to combat the disease.

Obama-020516.jpg Following the release of a report showing the U.S. unemployment rate at a nearly eight-year low in January, President Barack Obama took the opportunity on Friday to tout the economic progress made in recent years.

Hilary-Clinton-0201516.jpg After the Iowa Democratic caucuses finished in a virtual dead heat earlier this week, the results of a new Quinnipiac University poll show former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in a statistical tie nationally.

Donald-Trump-020516.jpg Donald Trump continues to lead in a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist survey of likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, although the real estate tycoon's advantage has narrowed since his defeat in Iowa.

Bernie-Sanders-020516.jpg Just days before the New Hampshire primary, the results of a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll show Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., holding on to a big lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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