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MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders rode a wave of voter frustration with American politics to commanding victories in Tuesday's New Hampshire primaries, adding crucial credibility to their upstart candidacies. Sanders swept majorities of men, women, independents and young people in his win over Hillary Clinton, but faces challenges in the more diverse states that come next on the primary calendar. Trump, appealing to voters seeking a political outsider, he could benefit from the persistent lack of clarity among the more mainstream Republicans struggling to challenge him. "We are going to do something so good and so fast and so strong and the world is going to respect us again, believe me," Trump said at a victory rally.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Time to trade in those boots and head south and west. After Sen. Bernie Sanders and businessman Donald Trump cruised to victory in snowy New Hampshire, the presidential race sprints on to South Carolina and Nevada - perhaps with a smaller cast of characters. A guide to what to watch for on Wednesday, the day after New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary: DEPARTURE LOUNGE: Iowa turned out to be the end of the line for four candidates. Additional Republican candidates could well head for the exits after New Hampshire. Chris Christie, who put huge effort into New Hampshire and came up short, said he was going home to New Jersey to "take a deep breath" and decide what to do about his presidential campaign.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday: 1. TRUMP, SANDERS SWEEP TO VICTORY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY The two candidates won their first victories of the 2016 presidential elections, adding crucial credibility to their upstart candidacies and underscoring voters' insistence on shaking up American politics. 2. OBAMA UNVEILS HIS EIGHTH AND FINAL BUDGET The $4.1 trillion, election-year budget finances Democratic priorities like education, health care and climate change with new taxes on crude oil, the wealthy and big banks. 3. THE LATEST IN SYRIA As government troops close in on Aleppo, some residents are preparing to flee Syria's largest city while others hoard food in case of a long siege, even hanging bread on rooftops to dry it out for storage.
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