We look at US coverage of the Democratic primary as Joe Biden closes in on the party's nomination. Also, more coronavirus news as the US takes strict measures to contain the virus and several high-profile festivals are postponed. Next, we find out why Egypt and Ethiopia are clashing over a longstanding River Nile dam project. Finally, a US man makes it his mission to deliver an abandoned family portrait after a photo company goes bankrupt.
"I'm here to report, we are very much alive," Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden tells supporters in Los Angeles, as he notches up startling wins over rival Bernie Sanders in the Democrats' Super Tuesday contest to challenge President Donald Trump.
The race for the US Democratic nomination is heating up after Joe Biden won nine states on Super Tuesday. The former vice president claims he's started a movement. But his rival Bernie Sanders, who took home the biggest prize of California, says you can't defeat Donald Trump by offering more of the same. We take a closer look and find out more with our guest, historian and professor Paul Schor.
Who will take on Trump at the 2020 election? A force in American politics for nearly five decades, Joe Biden is seeking the Democratic nomination for president once again. His working-class roots and experience as a six-term senator from Delaware and two-term United States vice president under Barack Obama, have made the centrist politician popular with blue-collar workers and African Americans.
"If democrats nominate me, I believe we can beat Donald Trump," former Vice President Joe Biden tells a crowd of supporters as he celebrates, with his wife and his daughter, his crucial win in South Carolina. With this victory, the 77-year-old candidate revives White House hopes as he positions himself as the leading rival to frontrunner Bernie Sanders.
Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are pitching prominent Democrats on two very different paths to winning voters the party lost to Donald Trump in 2016: He says he can recreate the Obama coalition, while she says her anti-corporate-greed message will appeal to struggling Americans. Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur reports on "Balance of Power."