South Carolina Primary

Former President Donald Trump is looking to win his fourth straight primary state on Saturday over Nikki Haley in South Carolina.
“I got indicted for nothing, for something that is nothing,” Trump told a black-tie event for Black conservatives in South Carolina ahead of Saturday's Republican primary.
The former South Carolina governor campaigned in her home state at events that felt detached from the reality of the GOP. Both Haley and her supporters appear to be putting off the inevitable.
Nikki Haley is using the closing days of the South Carolina GOP primary matchup with Trump to hone her argument that she can unite Americans.
"Haley isn’t someone who will inspire an insurrection or who would deny the election," said a Democrat leading a campaign to get crossover votes for Haley.
22 Minutes' Mark Critch hits the road to check in on the Republican candidates in South Carolina.
Joe Biden has won the South Carolina primary, giving his campaign a much needed boost. But there are already signs that the former Veep might struggle to maintain the momentum.
The former VP badly needs a decisive win in South Carolina to have a chance of stopping Bernie Sanders. But he's bleeding support, especially with Black voters.
The Minnesota senator said she will use the money to broaden her base, hoping to diversify her predominantly white coalition.
As Democrats eye their 2020 White House candidates, it's best to recall that the "electability" path is littered with the bodies of losers.