Before Sen. Bernie Sanders’ narrow New Hampshire primary victory Tuesday night over Pete Buttigieg, Notre Dame Prof. Robert Schmuhl questioned the viability of the two major political parties in his recently published book, “The Glory and the Burden: The American Presidency from FDR to Trump.“

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LOS ANGELES - Police in Northern California are crediting a cab driver with helping save a 92-year-old woman from becoming the victim of a scam that would have cost her tens of thousands of dollars. The woman had called Raj Singh, who owns Roseville Cab, to pick her up from her home in Sun City and drive her to the bank, Roseville police said in a Facebook post. While they were en route, the ...

CLEARWATER, Fla. - Aaron Nola's first impression of the Phillies' new pitching coach: He isn't the old pitching coach. That's a good thing, by the way, as far as Nola is concerned. The Phillies ace is on his fourth pitching coach in as many seasons and, well, let's just say that he preferred the traditional approach of experienced Bob McClure in 2017 and Rick Kranitz in 2018 to the data-driven ...

A group of protesters blew their tops - literally - as Sen. Bernie Sanders was campaigning in Carson City, Nev., on Sunday. The Democratic presidential hopeful had just finished introducing his wife Jane O'Meara Sanders as "the next First Lady" when a woman walked up to the mic and started rambling about subsidies for the dairy industry, video posted to social media showed. "Bernie, I'm your ...

LOS ANGELES - For decades, Japanese American activists have marked Feb. 19 as a day to reflect on one of the darkest chapters in this nation's history. On that date in 1942, during World War II, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt authorized the forced removal of over 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent from their homes and businesses. On Thursday, the California Assembly will do more than ...