This weekend's results from Nevada and South Carolina created new challenges for presidential candidates and new uncertainties for their political parties. We hear who's hot, who's not and what's happening to set the stage for multiple showdowns just two weeks from tomorrow. Also, Democrats talk a lot about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. What about the Republicans? We'll take a look at race politics and American history.
The Results Are In and the Races Are On
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