The archive of all headlines from February 05, 2016, organized by time of publication.
The meeting comes days after the combatants finished in a virtual tie in the Iowa caucuses -- Clinton claimed the narrowest of victories there -- and amid sharp critiques by each candidate of the other's claim to be the progressive champion. L.A. Now
Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont will debate on Thursday at 9 p.m. Eastern, in what will be their last face-off before the New Hampshire primary, and just days after the two fought to a virtual draw in the Iowa caucuses.
Clinton denounced her rival for what she said was a campaign of 'innuendo' and 'insinuation' amid a continuing fight over each other's progressive credentials. Sanders called his rival the candidate of 'the establishment.'
Clinton denounced her rival for what she said was a campaign of 'innuendo' and 'insinuation' amid a continuing fight over each other's progressive credentials. Sanders called the former secretary of State the candidate of 'the establishment.'Labels, smears and other takeaways from the Democratic debate
«There is an assault on everything we stand for," says a Trump ad. A Cruz ad says: «Economic calamity … is befalling our nation." And Rubio tells his audience: «You have a right to be angry.«Clinton and Sanders vigorously spar in New Hampshire debate, a sign of things to come
It's a contest over what kind of party Democrats want to have. Sanders calls for revolution, but Clinton puts forward a more pragmatic liberalism and insists that her plans are more achievable.Labels, smears and other takeaways from the Democratic debate
He fired football coach Steve Sarkisian in October in the aftermath of concerns about the coach's behavior. He will still oversee USC's fundraising for planned renovations to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.Times Report: Outside of USC, Pat Haden holds more than a dozen roles that pay at least a half-million dollars a year