Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) was the undisputed frontrunner heading into Tuesday night's Democratic debate in South Carolina, and the undisputed frontrunner he remains after opponents failed to land any blows against the socialist insurgent.
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RIYADH, Saudi Arabia—The Trump administration is waging a multi-pronged effort to thwart Iran's expansion across the Middle East, including efforts at the United Nations to ensure global sanctions come back into effect in what would mark a final death blow for the landmark nuclear deal, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told the Washington Free Beacon in an exclusive and wide-ranging interview.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Bernie Sanders has come under fire from the media for defending Fidel Castro, but some of the news outlets criticizing Sanders offered similar praise for Castro in their 2016 obituaries for the Cuban dictator. After Sanders called criticism of the Communist regime “unfair” and hyped Castro’s “literacy program” in a 60 Minutes interview, the Washington Post …