Voters in New Hampshire are going to the polls in a presidential primary that will help determine who among the Democratic candidates will win the party's nomination -- and the right to run against Donald Trump in November.
No leadership, no empathy — America does not deserve Donald Trump's poor crisis management. Nevertheless, the Americans just might re-elect him in November, says DW's Alexandra von Nahmen.
Joe Biden comfortably marched ahead of Bernie Sanders in the latest Democratic presidential primaries. Florida, Illinois and Arizona went forward with the vote, despite concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
The Vermont senator has narrowly topped a key Democratic primary. Meanwhile, tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang dropped his 2020 bid.
Countries are struggling to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Quarantines, school closures and travel restrictions are all on the agenda as world leaders discuss ways to control the outbreak. Follow DW for the latest.
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