Whoever wins the Democratic nomination will have to build a movement capable of beating the Republican, whose victory would be a great danger.
His nomination was bitterly contested and denounced by conservative Republicans.
January 23 was a big day for Bernie Sanders supporters; he didn't disappoint.
Numerous Democrats have warned us about what "awful things" will happen if Sanders gets the nomination.
"It's very pricey and taxing to our community - it's like you're a prisoner to the situation: you pay your bills, but you don't get your water... It's awful."
"As we commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the fight for economic and racial justice continues."
Obama stated: "We are the only advanced country on Earth that sees this kind of mass [gun] violence erupt with this kind of frequency."
Ending restrictions on U.S. tourist travel, expanding U.S. exports to Cuba - both are topics that are unlikely to survive the rigors of Republican-dominated Congress.
Gov. Brown is calling for "significant increases" for education, health care, environment, and infrastructure spending in the $123 billion 2016-17 general fund.
With less than three weeks to go before the first votes are cast in Iowa and several polls showing Bernie Sanders closing in on her, Hillary Clinton is polishing her credentials.