The "Last Week Tonight" host lays out an idea to reform the convoluted primary and caucus system that is damaging America's democracy.
After strong wins in Nebraska and Kansas on Saturday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Sunday that he is gaining momentum with voters across the board.
He may have lost to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in both caucuses, but Ron Paul won a majority of the delegates in each state.
Barack Obama's fondness for Clinton retreads and his choice of Hillary Clinton as secretary of state took many by surprise, but we might have seen it coming. This debate skirmish before last year's Iowa caucuses has turned out to be remarkably prescient.
The most striking critiques of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign have come not from her opponents or her enemies but from her most loyal friends.
Barack Obama won the Mississippi primary by 24 points on Tuesday. CNN is also projecting Obama as the winner of last week's Texas caucuses. Now it's a question of momentum and the tone of the campaign as the candidates head toward Pennsylvania, where Hillary Clinton is heavily favored in the polls. Updated
With a win in the Maine caucuses, Barack Obama has scored four lopsided victories in a row and the map favors him for weeks to come. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, responded to her troubles by replacing her campaign manager. Clinton now has to hold back Obama's momentum long enough to win the big states weeks from now, a strategy that did not help Rudy Guiliani.
Hillary Clinton won more support among Nevada caucus-goers on Saturday, but the Obama campaign will likely end up with more actual delegates. Clinton drew significant support from Latino caucusers, despite a controversial lawsuit that was rejected by a court Thursday. Defended by both Hillary and Bill, the suit had tried to make it more difficult for casino workers, many of them Latino, to caucus. Updated
The lawsuit that prompted this tongue-lashing from the former president has since been dismissed, but on the ground in Nevada, tensions remain high over the effort to keep casino workers from caucusing.