The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including the race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination.
POLITICO's Ben White weighs in on the results of the New Hampshire primaries, with detail into voting patterns.
John Raines, deputy head of political risk at IHS Country Risk, talks about Republican candidates Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.
Campaigns are using Facebook and Twitter ad targeting methods to reach voters. Sanders also likes Snapchat.
Flint, Mich. mayor plans to remove lead-containing pipes from city, Hillary Clinton meets with supporters in New Hampshire, Red Lobster sales surge on mention by singer Beyonce. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
A letter disclosed in a federal court filing confirms the investigation.
The former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore announced Friday that he is dropping out of the race for the White House.
America may have a serious case of debate fatigue but they're actually really important, explains Ryan King.
Italy's former prime minister remains optimistic in the country’s financial system but suggests a banking union is needed.
He has railed against the evils of Wall St. greed, but Bernie Sanders does have some fans in the financial industry.