The Sanders-Biden duel has those on the left concerned — and some are already looking beyond 2020.
Analysis: Scarred and scared after 2016, Democratic primary voters said they wanted a white man to take on Trump in 2020 — and that's what they'll get.
"One of the hardest parts of this is … all those little girls who are going to have to wait four more years," Warren said.
The agreement's swift passage through Congress came after several weeks of negotiations and as the virus's outbreak worsened Thursday with new confirmed cases in the U.S.
The former vice president is on top, 565 to 506, in the race to the nomination.
Warren wowed crowds with her sharp intellect, her clear prognoses for complex problems, and her endless stream of policy blueprints to tackle them.
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"Members of Congress are human petri dishes," he explained to reporters.
Three reasons why the former VP is amassing what could be an insurmountable delegate lead.
"You have released the whirlwind and you will pay the price," Schumer said of Trump appointees as the justices were hearing a case on abortion rights.
The president was surprised reporters hadn't asked about the results, so he solicited their questions on the voting.
The virus has killed at least nine people in the U.S. and over 3,100 worldwide.
With a crowd of demonstrators outside the court, the justices heard the first major abortion case since the retirement of Anthony Kennedy, who supported Roe v Wade.
This comes as former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg announced Wednesday morning that he was dropping out of race and endorsing Biden for president.
Results from the voting in 14 states and NBC exit polls reveal a lot about the state of Democratic race to take on Trump.
The billionaire ex-New York mayor's campaign faltered after underwhelming debate performances and criticisms of his stop-and-frisk policing policy and past statements about women.
The billionaire former New York City mayor outspent the rest of the field, but it didn't translate into votes.
The former vice president is now in a position to potentially win an outright majority of delegates to clinch the nomination.
The former New York City mayor fell short in most Super Tuesday states, lagging far behind in the delegate count.
Trump has trashed his former attorney general as the "biggest mistake" of his presidency.
Once the favorite, Warren fell to third place in the Bay State
The senator endorsed the former vice president at a rally in Texas.
The former New York City mayor, who has spent $500 million on his race, collected at least four delegates.
A total of 1,344 pledged delegates are at stake — and how they are eventually awarded may determine the party's nominee.
More than 1,300 delegates — or about a third of the total — are at play on Super Tuesday.