The latest test was conducted as part of an extensive police investigation into an allegation that he purchased marijuana and LSD in 2016.
"He won Iowa. He won New Hampshire. He won Nevada," Marianne Williamson told a crowd at a Sanders rally in Austin, Texas.
A proposed California law would give almost every adult in the state $1,000 per month, similar to the universal basic income plan of former presidential candidate Andrew Yang.
Superman Smashes The Klan completed its three-issue-story on Wednesday, reconnecting Superman to his immigrant roots.
Entrepreneur Andrew Yang was named as the second top pick out of named candidates in the Emerson College Polling study.
President Donald Trump told Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg Tuesday that he would rather run against him than current Democratic front runner Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
The 26-year-old student was found in "surprisingly good spirits," according to the Queensland Ambulance Service who were at the scene.
Thousands show their support for candidate who announced he was pulling out of the week earlier this week.
Dr. Robert Hadden is accused of sexually assaulting as many as 70 women during medical appointments.
Over 1,370 people have died of COVId-19 since late last year, with all but three fatalities in mainland China.
"An anthology show based on the true stories of immigrants. I can't believe that hasn't existed already," Kumail Nanjiani told Newsweek Conversations.
The Vermont senator also accused Carville of saying "terrible things" about Barack Obama during the 2008 primary campaign.
Despite that, Sanders is now the front-runner in the Democratic presidential race after his victory in the New Hampshire
Democratic presidential nominee Tom Steyer said that online rumors that he was dropping out of the race were "ridiculous" and that he wanted to focus on his campaign in Nevada before that state's upcoming primary.
With more than 85 percent of precincts reporting in New Hampshire, Sanders lead with 26 percent of the vote share to Buttigieg's 24.4 percent.
Andrew Yang dropped out of the Democratic race for president Tuesday night after disappointing New Hampshire primary results, leaving some to wonder who his supporters will choose to back in the election.
Entrepreneur Andrew Yang dropped out of the Democratic race for president Tuesday, right before the results were announced in the New Hampshire primaries.
"I'd say he's probably the most likely one to have a chance at beating Donald Trump, but I don't see Joe getting the nomination, I just don't see him getting there."
Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg appeared to win support among both Democrats and at least one Republican as a write-in candidate.
In the survey, Elizabeth Warren was selected by the highest share of respondents—22 percent—as the next choice should their first-choice candidate fall short.
"You've got Bernie Sanders talking about letting criminals and terrorists vote from jail cells...talking about that is not how you win a national election," said Democratic strategist James Carville.
"Most Americans feel like the political parties have been playing you-lose-I-lose for years and you know who has been losing the entire time? We have," Yang said during the Friday Democratic debate.
Bernie Sanders demonstrated unrivaled strength in his rhetoric on foreign policy, climate change, criminal justice and inequality. And although he was blunt—it paid off.
After New Hampshire, Democrats will take the stage to debate for the ninth time in Las Vegas, three days before the Nevada caucuses.
The Hawaii congresswoman failed to qualify for the debate, making it the third one in a row that she's missed.
Fans have been sharing messages to congratulate the South Korean boy band's youngest member who has finally turned 19, the legal age in South Korea.