Feb. 23, 2020
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Nevada caucuses
The Vermont senator’s victory gives him a strong jolt of momentum heading into the next contest: South Carolina’s primary.
Nevada caucuses: Bernie Sanders ran away with it. Here are 6 takeaways from the first Democratic presidential contest in the West.
Results are arriving from the Nevada caucuses. Sen. Bernie Sanders has the lead in early returns, but with 36 delegates up for grabs multiple candidates hope for a strong finish.
On Nevada caucus day, casino workers file into a Bellagio ballroom to vote in the Democratic presidential contest held. They picked Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.
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UCLA wipes out a nine-point deficit by going on a 14-point run in the second half to secure its fifth consecutive victory in a 70-63 triumph over Colorado.
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For Universal’s “The Invisible Man,” star Elisabeth Moss and writer-director Leigh Whannell modernize the classic movie monster with a female-forward and tech-centric storyline that brings back the scares.
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