Tuesday's primaries in Florida, Arizona and Illinois had 441 delegates at stakes for Democratic presidential candidates.
"This campaign is taking off and I believe we're going to do well from this point on," Biden told supporters in Philadelphia.
A polling place in Missouri had to be moved after a man drove his car into the building and "went on a rampage" for unknown reasons Tuesday.
"I'd like to thank the Never Trumpers for delivering Bernie Sanders as the possible nominee now," Conway said.
During an appearance on Fox News, the former House Speaker said that Bernie Sanders probably will not win the presidency.
Turnout for the parliamentary election is expected to be low, reflecting widespread anger at the regime after it brutally suppressed protests and shot down a passenger plane.
Iranians headed to the polls Friday after a tumultuous year of internal unrest and growing tension with the U.S.
The former White House chief strategist narrowed the 2020 presidential race down to "oligarch" billionaire Michael Bloomberg and President Donald Trump.
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.
"He is spending hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars to buy the election," the Vermont senator said about Bloomberg. "There's something wrong with that."
The region of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy has voted liberal since World War Two. Elections on Sunday could signal a symbolic shift to the right.
Jim Messina, Obama's 2012 campaign manager, told an MSNBC panel that Senator Bernie Sanders was "the worst candidate" to beat Donald Trump in a general election.
Fox News anchor Melissa Francis said Monday that Democrats she had spoken with said former presidential candidate and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker was "lazy."
Bipartisan U.S. officials ranging from Mike Pompeo to Ilhan Omar congratulated Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on her dominant re-election victory Saturday.
Dennis Sryniawski is accused of contacting the wife of a man running in the Nebraska Senate election and threatening to release nude photos of her unless her husband withdrew from the race.
Julian Castro told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow the presidential nomination process involving caucuses in Iowa and New Hampshire "doesn't make any sense."
A Biden campaign spokesman responded to Trump's claims that Democrats are avoiding an impeachment trial to protect the former vice president.
The 'Community' and 'The Hangover' star has become the latest celebrity to put their name behind the dark horse presidential candidate.
Ending his boycott of MSNBC, Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang told Chris Hayes that he would "never do anything to increase the chances of Donald Trump becoming president again or staying president."
Pennsylvania Republican Charlie Dent told CNN the party faced being "wiped out" in suburban counties.
In 2000, Buttigieg called his future primary competitor fearless for being candid about his ideology despite having "lived through a time in which an admitted socialist could not act in a film, let alone hold a congressional seat."
"I say that having lost a parent to brain cancer after 12 years of fighting, and getting to see just how terrible our Healthcare system is, and I still think he deserves it or worse," Justin Lecea wrote in a since-deleted tweet.
The president said any deal between the countries would be "bigger and more lucrative" than one the U.K. could strike with the European Union.
Lizzo called herself "glamorous, talented, and booty-ful," while Buttigieg described himself as "standing near Lizzo," during their joint appearance on CBS This Morning.
The congresswoman told followers that a "massive surge" in new voters heading to the polls would stop the "hoarding of wealth by the few."
A U.K-based news literacy group found that the majority of conservative advertisements posted in the weeks before an important U.K. polling day could be labeled as misleading.
Senator Bernie Sanders has taken the lead among college students in a new poll from Axios/CollegeReaction.com while President Donald Trump is in second place.
Trump spent his two days in London lashing out at allies and creating new rifts, but host Boris Johnson avoided the worst of the flak by limiting his interaction with the president.
On Monday, Kentucky Democrats jokingly declared a "Wrap Battle" against the Senate Majority Leader, who's up for re-election in 2020.