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By PBS NewsHour
Hillary Clinton edged out Bernie Sanders on Saturday in Nevada’s caucuses, capitalizing on a more diverse Democratic electorate to propel her to a crucial win in her presidential bid. NPR reporter Tamara Keith, who is covering the caucuses, joins Alison…
By Michael D. Regan and Associated Press
Hillary Clinton edged out Bernie Sanders on Saturday in Nevada's caucuses, the third contest during a primary campaign between the Democratic presidential rivals.
By Michelle Rindels
Nevada is a frequent stop for candidates in both parties, though not nearly as popular as Iowa and New Hampshire. Here's how the Nevada caucuses work and a little history about the event.
Although Las Vegas is internationally known as an entertainment capital, job growth has spurred a population and development boom in the city. As part of the Big Picture election series, Ray Suarez looks at the changing demographics of the city's…
Former Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., ended his three-day "Road to One America" tour on Wednesday after visiting 12 cities in eight states to highlight issues facing Americans living in poverty. A professor and political columnist discuss his campaign.
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