The Iowa caucuses on February 3 ended in a chaotic mess. After days of delays, the results that were eventually presented were still riddled with errors.
At a campaign stop in New Hampshire Sunday, former Vice President Joe Biden called a student a "lying, dog-faced pony soldier." Biden later said it was a reference to a John Wayne movie.
The poll, released on Wednesday, shows Sanders with 22 percent support among likely Democratic primary and caucus voters.
Activist Alexei Navalny is an outspoken critic of the Kremlin and has been exposing the corruption of top officials.
Former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein claimed Senator Bernie Sanders was as polarizing as Trump but would "ruin our economy."
Today, the great divide is not between left and right. It's between democracy and oligarchy. Mike Bloomberg is indubitably part of that oligarchy.
The Minnesota senator had a little over 19 percent of the New Hampshire primary vote with 87 percent of precincts counted.
Thousands note similarity between the graphic used to illustrate the 2020 presidential candidate's primary victory and the former "SNL" star.
"You'd still rather be Bernie Sanders than anybody else," said former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe.
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.
"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."
Sunny Hostin asked the Democratic senator and presidential candidate about her record as a Minnesota county attorney, particularly prosecutions of police.
During a performance at a Bernie Sanders campaign rally, the Strokes performed fan favorite "New York City Cops," as police tried to stop fans from invading the stage.
All the Democratic opposition had to do at the State of the Union was sit there and smile, but they couldn't handle it.
The final CNN poll of New Hampshire found Bernie Sanders in the lead with 29 percent support from likely primary voters.
Ahead of the New Hampshire primary, 'Fox & Friends' host Brian Kilmeade described Sanders' stance on legalizing marijuana and forgiving student loan debt in a "Stay home. Get high. I'll pay off your loan" slogan.
The president's eldest son has not ruled out a future presidential run and came second in a poll of possible 2024 candidates earlier this year.
Both the progressives and moderates have committed to raise wages, make it easier to join unions and end the anti-worker agenda of the Trump administration.
Morning Consult said the Vermont senator is now ahead of for the former vice president, a first in its polling for the Democratic Party's 2020 race.
Spencer Kimball of Emerson told Newsweek that Sen. Klobuchar had a better chance of performing well in South Carolina than Pete Buttigieg.
The Democratic 2020 candidate and former New York City mayor made the remarks in a 2015 talk at the Aspen Institute.
The New England state's first-in-the-nation primary takes place on February 11.
The president's August rally at the same Manchester venue broke attendance records.
Buttigieg and Sanders' campaign have requested a partial recanvass following allegations of reporting errors and inconsistencies in the results.
The Minnesota senator made the remarks a day before the New Hampshire Democratic primary election.
Dave Nagle pinned blame for the chaotic caucus on the DNC chairman and said Iowa Democrats were "bushwhacked by a bad system."
One poll found the Minnesota senator was 7.6 points better off in New Hampshire following her debate performance on Friday.
The final 7 News/Emerson College poll shows Sanders ahead with 30 percent support and Buttigieg on 23 percent.
Gregory Timm, 27, was charged with aggravated assault after the incident at the Kernan Village shopping center in Jacksonville, Florida.
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.