MSNBC 26 Feb 2020

Sanders, Bloomberg Take Blows In Combative South Carolina Debate - Day That Was


In a night filled with raised voices and interruptions, the debate stage in Charleston took on the air of a boxing match. Here's who ducked and weaved, who took a punch, and who tried to stay above the fray. Aired on 2/25/20.

Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that he would withdraw from the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, leaving former Vice President Joe Biden to become the presumptive nominee. But he says he'll continue his fight to make progressive policies part of the Democratic platform. Here's a look at how Sanders has influenced the race. Aired on 4/8/2020.
The National Weather Service says a tornado touched down Saturday night in northwestern South Carolina. The EF-2 tornado reached its "peak intensity" of 115 mph, with trees falling across roads and onto cars and power lines in Greenville County. (April 27)
Voters in Wisconsin lined up at polling places on Tuesday, forced to choose between staying home to avoid coronavirus or risking their health by casting their ballot. The state's Democratic governor had tried to delay the election until June, but his order was overturned by the conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court. Voters who had applied for absentee ballots but didn't receive them by Tuesday had to go to the polls. In a 5-4 party line decision, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling that would have extended the deadline for absentee voting. Aired on 4/7/2020.
A new forecast from the Cook Political Report and Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball suggest Republican Senator Lindsey Graham could be facing a more competitive reelection bid in November against his Democratic rival Jaime Harrison. Emma Dumain, a congressional reporter for McClatchy, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss more about the key U.S. race in South Carolina.

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