Watch as Jill Biden blocks a protester charging the stage from getting to her husband as he delivers his Super Tuesday victory speech.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has pulled off a Super Tuesday upset with primary wins across the country, leaving Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) banking on California.
A federal judge ruled against the new law requiring presidential candidates to release their tax filings to appear on the primary ballot. The state plans to appeal.
It's the 19th state to propose such legislation.
But the movement to oust hardline prosecutors did score some wins Tuesday night.
Republicans apparently won't be shut out of the general election to replace Gov. Jerry Brown after all.
Mail-in ballots and crowded primary fields mean winners could take weeks to determine.
Progressives are hoping for big wins in several key district attorney races in California's primary election.
The state's jungle primary system could leave Democrats locked out of key races in November.
The change to Super Tuesday could give the heavily Democratic state more political clout.