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Three for three: Sanders wins Hawaii, Washington, Alaska


A little birdie interrupted Bernie Sanders during his rally in Portland, Oregon, got a standing ovation from the crowd and was given the name of “Birdie Sanders” on social media   Sen. Bernie Sanders won Democratic caucuses in Washington state, Alaska and Hawaii on Saturday, giving him five caucus victories …

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Can Sanders sweep Clinton in today’s contests?

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With caucuses in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii, the senator has a fighting chance in all three contests. Bernie Sanders has the money and momentum to keep his campaign going all the way through to the Democratic convention. But if he’s going to do it as anything other than an also-ran …

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Three Big Reasons Why Bernie Sanders Could Still Win This Election

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Corporate media has a story and it’s sticking to it: Hillary Clinton has the Democratic nomination in the bag. Bernie hasn’t a chance. Talk of big change may attract the under-30 crowd, but the majority of Democratic voters don’t buy it. If you’re not for Hillary, you’re backing a loser, …

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Hillary Clinton Shows Trump And Cruz How A President Responds To Terror

STANFORD, CA - MARCH 23:  Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers a counterterrorism address at Stanford University on March 23, 2016 in Stanford, California. A day after terror attacks left dozens people dead in Brussels, Hillary Clinton delivered a counter terrorism speech.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cast her Republican presidential counterparts’ national security proposals as “dangerous” in a speech on counterterrorism at Stanford University Wednesday. While Clinton said “it’s understandable that Americans here at home are worried” about the Islamic State network, which claimed responsibility for attacks in Brusselsthat killed …

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Bernie Sanders Is Currently Winning the Democratic Primary Race, and I’ll Prove It to You

SALT LAKE CITY - MARCH 21: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks at West High School at a campaign rally on March 21, 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Republican and Democratic caucuses are March 22. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

Nobody cares how well a politician does at the ballot box when he or she is running for an office unopposed. What matters is how a politician performs in contested primaries and general elections, as when it really matters — like it will, for instance, this November — you can …

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Sanders says superdelegates should vote with their state

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Sanders says superdelegates should vote with their state Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on Sunday said Democratic superdelegates in states he’s won should not to break with their home voters and back rival Hillary Clinton at the party’s convention. At the party’s convention in July, those party notables designated as “superdelegates” …

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Sanders confirms he won’t attend AIPAC

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Bernie Sanders will be the only presidential candidate not speaking before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, he confirmed on Friday. The Vermont senator’s campaign announced he had sent a letter to the pro-Israel lobbying group explaining why he will not be able to attend next week’s AIPAC’s policy conference …

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President Obama’s rising approval ratings will move Hillary Clinton forward


  President Barack Obama’s approval ratings are up, and he seems more willing than ever to make waves and push for his policies until Election Day and beyond. This is good news for Hillary Clinton, who got another lift Tuesday by winning four major state primaries, in Florida, Illinois, North Carolina and Ohio, and …

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Here’s How Bernie Sanders Could Win the Nomination


The worst is over for Bernie Sanders. The primaries in the South are finished, and now the Democratic contest heads north to bluer and, for the most part, whiter states. Mr. Sanders should fare better over the second half of the primary season, after black voters gave Hillary Clinton such …

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Democrats sound alarm against Trump

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  Top liberals and leading progressive groups perceive the GOP front-runner as a dangerous and unprecedented threat. PHOENIX — Leading liberals and progressive groups are turning their gaze away from the Democratic primary and toward efforts to unite the left against Donald Trump, framing him as a dangerous and unprecedented …

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