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The newspaper’s editorial board said the candidate it wants to take on Donald Trump in November had “proved us wrong."
Politics
CBS' moderators are being mauled over the way they handled the combative affair.
Media
Justin Hinton of WLOS in North Carolina delivered a memorable forecast.
Politics
Robert Reich calls on the attorney general to resign “for the sake of our democracy” in a new video.
Entertainment
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Jimmy Kimmel and James Corden found the funny in the combative affair in Charleston, South Carolina.
Politics
"I’d rather have a socialist in the White House than a con man."
Politics
"We have a self-described great genius — self-described — and this great genius has told us that this coronavirus is going to end in two months,” said Bernie Sanders.
Politics
As NYC mayor, Bloomberg used the terrorist attacks to justify spying on Muslims.
Politics
The Vermont senator drew most of the attacks onstage in Charleston. But it might be too late to stop his march to the nomination.
Politics
The Democratic candidate's Palm Beach fundraiser is a testament to the insular and overlapping world of the ultra-wealthy.
Women
The two young activists had a chance to meet in person while Thunberg was visiting the United Kingdom for a protest.
Weird News
Katie Godor, from Olney, in Buckinghamshire, ran the 71st International Pancake Day race with a time of 1:06 seconds.
Health
The new coronavirus, COVID-19, is expected to grow into a pandemic. Here's what to do before it breaks and after.
Politics
Chris Taylor, a Republican and combat veteran, said he's seeking treatment for his substance abuse disorder.
Politics
Opponents are fighting to save NEPA, a key environmental law, from what they see as an attack on democracy and environmental justice.
Politics
The disgraced movie producer backed the then-mayor’s reelection, and Bloomberg appointed him to a charity board.
Crime
Chelsea Watrous Cook pleaded guilty Friday to a variety of charges including aggravated murder, three firearm felonies and two misdemeanor counts of committing a violent offense in the presence of a child.
Health
It's not "a question of if" the virus will spread in the U.S. but "exactly when," a CDC official said.