Bernie Sanders, Powered by Diverse Liberal Coalition, Forces a Reckoning for Democrats

Bernie Sanders has seized a commanding position in the Democratic presidential race, building a diverse coalition that is driving his liberal movement toward the cusp of a takeover of a major political party.

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Sanders Wins Nevada Democratic Caucuses with Wave of Young and Linto Voters

Bernie Sanders has won the the Nevada Democratic caucuses, NBC News projects.

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NBC News/WSJ Poll: Sanders Gains Ground on Biden with Black Voters Nationally

As the Democratic primary battle turns to states with more racial diversity than the first two nominating contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, newly released data from the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders now enjoys similar levels of support among black Democratic primary voters as former Vice President Joe Biden does, while all of their other rivals — with the exception of former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg — have failed to gain any meaningful traction with this crucial voting bloc.

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Winners and Losers From the Nevada Democratic Debate

The Democratic presidential candidates took part in a debate in Nevada on Wednesday, just days before the Democratic caucuses there. Former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg made his debut on the stage as he rises in polls across the country.

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Nevada Democratic Debate: Who Made the Stage, How to Watch, and What to Expect

Six Democratic presidential candidates are taking the debate stage Wednesday night ahead of Nevada’s caucuses on Saturday.

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Michael Bloomberg Surges in Poll and Qualifies for Democratic Debate in Las Vegas

Former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York has qualified for Wednesday’s debate in Las Vegas, the first time the billionaire will appear onstage alongside his Democratic presidential rivals.

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