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Vermont: State in the northeastern United States
Vermont is a northeastern U.S. state in the New England region. It borders the states of Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east, and New York to the west, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north. Vermont is the only state in New England that does not border the Atlantic Ocean. Vermont is the second-smallest by population and the sixth-smallest by area of the 50 U.S. states. The state capital is Montpelier, the least populous state capital in the United States. The most populous city, Burlington, is the least populous city to be the most populous city in a state.

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Live updates: Democratic primary moves west for the Nevada caucuses

Saturday will test whether Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders can hold his frontrunner status, after winning New Hampshire and placing in the top two in Iowa.
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Bernie Sanders, the Teflon Candidate, Faces Sudden New Tests

The Vermont senator has long brushed off political vulnerabilities and evaded attacks from rivals. But the spotlight on his front-runner status and possible Russian interference could pose challenges.
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Dem voters increasingly say Sanders best to beat Trump: poll [Video]Dem voters increasingly say Sanders best to beat Trump: poll

A Reuters-Ipsos poll found 26% of Democrats and independents polled Feb. 17-25 said they believed Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was the strongest Democrat in a head-to-head matchup with Republican..

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Sanders Cuba Problem [Video]Sanders Cuba Problem

Bernie Sanders campaign is doing well. He won the first three nominating contests. However, he has a major problem: his admiration of Fidel Castro. On 60-Minutes, Sanders praised Castro's Cuban..

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Two turkeys' scuffle halts cars on U.S. road [Video]Two turkeys' scuffle halts cars on U.S. road

Motorist captures two turkeys fighting in the middle of the road in Vermont’s town of Morgan

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Bernie Wins Nevada Caucus [Video]Bernie Wins Nevada Caucus

Bernie Sanders has officially won the Nevada caucus, according to Business Insider. 100% of the results were reported at 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time and 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time on February 24th. The Vermont..

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9 Days That Could Seal The Deal For The Democratic Race For President [Video]9 Days That Could Seal The Deal For The Democratic Race For President

The next nine days will determine whether Bernie Sanders will bring an end to the Democratic presidential race. After a massive victory in Nevada, the Vermont senator is now positioned to continue..

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Bernie Sanders Takes Nevada With A Commanding Lead [Video]Bernie Sanders Takes Nevada With A Commanding Lead

Bernie Sanders is beginning to cement his front-runner status in the U.S. Democratic presidential race. After his dominant win in Nevada, his rivals sought to blunt his momentum ahead of 15 nominating..

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Sanders' Nevada Win Leaves Biden Campaign Hopeful [Video]Sanders' Nevada Win Leaves Biden Campaign Hopeful

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders strengthened his front-runner position for the Democratic presidential nomination on Saturday. Reuters reports the self-described democratic socialist left the state with..

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Trump says Russia leak meant to hurt Sanders, calls for probe [Video]Trump says Russia leak meant to hurt Sanders, calls for probe

President Donald Trump on Sunday called for an investigation into an apparent leak of classified intelligence on Russian interference in the 2020 U.S. presidential campaign, and said it was meant to..

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Democratic candidates make final bid for Nevada votes [Video]Democratic candidates make final bid for Nevada votes

Democratic candidates and volunteers are canvasing Nevada in cars, on foot, and even on horseback a day before the state holds a nominating contest in the 2020 race for the White House. This report..

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Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary [Video]Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary

The Vermont Senator claimed a victory in the nation's first primary leading up to November's presidential election.

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Sanders narrowly beats Buttigieg in New Hampshire [Video]Sanders narrowly beats Buttigieg in New Hampshire

Bernie Sanders narrowly won New Hampshire’s Democratic presidential primary on Tuesday, solidifying his front-runner status in the White House race and dealing a setback to moderate rival Joe Biden,..

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New Hampshire victory 'beginning of the end' for Trump -Sanders [Video]New Hampshire victory 'beginning of the end' for Trump -Sanders

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders thanked New Hampshire voters for his primary win and described it as "the beginning of the end for Donald Trump."

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Nominating Fight Moves To New Hampshire [Video]Nominating Fight Moves To New Hampshire

The Democratic Nominating fight has moved on to New Hampshire. However, they are still counting the votes in Iowa. The Iowa Democratic Party released another batch of caucus results on Wednesday..

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Iowa caucus results delay is 'not a hack' [Video]Iowa caucus results delay is 'not a hack'

The Democratic Party's effort to choose an election challenger to Republican U.S. President Donald Trump got off to a chaotic start in Iowa, with officials blaming "inconsistencies" for an indefinite..

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Heart of America 'so much bigger' than Trump's heart -Klobuchar [Video]Heart of America 'so much bigger' than Trump's heart -Klobuchar

As the Democratic nominating contest kicked off in Iowa, contender Amy Klobuchar told voters "the heart of America is so much bigger than the heart of the guy in the White House."

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Iowa caucusgoers choose viable candidates in Des Moines [Video]Iowa caucusgoers choose viable candidates in Des Moines

Iowa Democratic primary voters choose their candidates at a caucus held at Lincoln High School in Des Moines, Iowa.

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Over breakfast, Iowans talk politics before caucuses [Video]Over breakfast, Iowans talk politics before caucuses

Iowans ate breakfast and talked politics at a local diner on Monday in Des Moines as the state prepares to host the first presidential nominating contest to help choose which Democratic candidate may..

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Concerts, Super Bowl watch parties cap Democrats' final Iowa push [Video]Concerts, Super Bowl watch parties cap Democrats' final Iowa push

The final countdown to the Iowa caucuses is on. Chris Dignam has more.

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Iowa pig farmer looks to Sanders to save farming [Video]Iowa pig farmer looks to Sanders to save farming

Iowan Chris Petersen may be surrounded by a sea of red but he plans to vote blue on Monday, believing Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is the best hope to save family farms like his. Conway G. Gittens..

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Warren Slides further In Newest Poll [Video]Warren Slides further In Newest Poll

Another new poll is out and it's more bad news for Elizabeth Warren. Fellow Presidential candidate Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is now ahead of her. According to an Emerson College/7 News Poll..

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Vermont May Get Some Emojis On Their License Plates [Video]Vermont May Get Some Emojis On Their License Plates

Vermont may be the first U.S. state to allow emojis on license plates. Rep. Rebecca White introduced the bill allowing the choice of six emojis. According to Business Insider, the emojis specified have..

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‘Tamales for Tío Bernie’: Sanders’ outreach to Latino voters pays off

Violeta Alvarez is so passionate about Bernie Sanders that she becomes emotional talking about the white, 78-year-old senator from Vermont, a state 3,000 miles from this sun-drenched California..
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In California: ICE ignores state immigration laws

Turns out, federal officials don't really care how the state wants to manage immigration enforcement. And voters here lean heavily toward Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to take on President Trump...
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Iowa caucus recanvass doesn't change Buttigieg-Sanders delegate split, but a recount is likely happening

As it stands, Buttigieg, the former South Bend, Indiana, mayor, has 13 of Iowa's national delegates and Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont, has 12.
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Why some Democrats are worried Bernie Sanders could be unstoppable for the 2020 nomination

Even if he keeps winning only a quarter of the vote, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders could still capture the 2020 Democratic nomination for president.
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Bernie Sanders Is on the Rise. But How High Can His Numbers Go?

A crucial question for the Vermont senator has always been whether he can expand his coalition. In a race this crowded, it’s unclear whether he even needs to do so.
NYTimes.com - Published

Rock slides wreak havoc, close encounters with great white shark, gray whale: News from around our 50 states

Indiana boy awaiting heart transplant asking for Valentines, man charged with smuggling parrots across Quebec-Vermont border, , and more
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Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Democratic Primary

The Vermont senator tightened his grip on the party’s liberal wing, benefiting from a field that has divided moderate voters.
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Yet Another Vermont Police Chief Quits Over Fake Social Media Accounts

Two Burlington police chiefs who created fake social media accounts to attack critics resigned within months of each other.
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Searching for a River to Skate Away On

It took decades for the writer and lifelong skater Joyce Maynard to find “the perfect illusion of flight.” Recently, on a frozen lake in Vermont, she did.
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Bernie Sanders Raised $25 Million in January, More Than Any Rival in Any Quarter

The Vermont senator’s announcement came as the Biden, Buttigieg and Warren campaigns are showing signs of financial strain.
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Fact-Checking Bernie Sanders Before the Iowa Caucuses

The Vermont senator has made exaggerated claims or statements that lacked context about “Medicare for all,” his antiwar record and his history of bipartisanship.
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Bernie Sanders’s Surge Owes a Lot to Voters of Color

In 2016, the Vermont senator failed to overcome Hillary Clinton’s wide lead among African-American and Latino voters. This time, things are shaping up differently.
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Democrats court doom by backing Bernie Sanders. His ideas are toxic outside blue America.

Sanders has never won anything that really matters outside of Vermont, and all the available data shows his brand is a flop in red and purple states.
USATODAY.com - Published

Bernie Sanders and His Internet Army

At the start of his 2020 bid, the Vermont senator told his supporters that he condemned bullying. Is it his problem if many don’t seem to listen?
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Sanders returns to Iowa: ‘I am really delighted to be here.’

The Vermont senator returned to the campaign trail, with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Michael Moore in tow.
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AP Top Stories January 24 A

Here's the latest for Friday January 24th: China tries to contain coronavirus; Democrats at impeachment trial say Trump pushed phony investigation; Protesters in Puerto Rico want Governor to resign;..
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Bernie Sanders’s Latest Endorsement: The Sunrise Movement

The move by the group of young climate activists was another sign that left-wing advocacy organizations have increasingly coalesced around the Vermont senator’s candidacy.
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Don't throw food in the trash in Vermont, or ask about salary history in New Jersey. Here are 7 state law changes for 2020

A slew of state laws take effect in 2020 – ranging from mandatory composting to child abuse registries to diaper changing stations access
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Vermont city goes through 2 police chiefs in a day amid social media controversies

A Burlington, Vermont police chief resigned after admitting to trolling critic online. Hours later, his successor was removed.
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Child rape case against former cop moves toward trial after 30-year delay

A USA TODAY Network investigation found that former cop Leonard Forte told Vermont officials for decades that he was dying and a trial would kill him.
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Vermont, Oklahoma and Now Topeka, Kan., Want You

Topeka, the state capital of Kansas, is the latest community to use money to lure out-of-towners.
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Saturday Sessions: Grace Potter performs "Back to Me"

The last few years have been anything but uneventful for Vermont native Grace Potter, with the breakup of both her band and her marriage, followed by remarriage and first-time motherhood. All that raw..
CBS News - Published

How a priest credibly accused of sexual misconduct found a new life as a nurse in Vermont

Many Catholic priests accused of sexual misconduct were never charged, allowing them to take on new roles as teachers, counselors and nurses.  
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Ultra-low unemployment is problem in parts of U.S.

Vermont and Maine have among the lowest jobless rates in the country—now some local employers can't find workers
CBS News - Published

Bernie Sanders says "women are not going backwards"

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders advises President Trump to "listen to the needs of women" and "modify your positions." Sanders believes the majority of the Women's March protesters did vote.
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Senator Bernie Sanders files for the New Hampshire primary

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders officially filed for the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Thursday. Speaking to reporters after the event, Sanders addressed questions about Joe Biden's campaign..
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Mikaela Shiffrin: The making of an Olympic champion

The icy conditions at her Vermont ski school gave her an edge. In 2014, 60 Minutes Sports went to the mountain that made her an Olympic champion
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Will Bernie Sanders struggle with African-American voters in 2020?

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is expected to launch his presidential campaign in the coming days. In the 2016 Democratic presidential race, Sanders struggled to match the support Hillary Clinton received..
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Sen. Bernie Sanders struggling to attract new supporters

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders became the latest Democratic presidential candidate to support an impeachment inquiry. But Sean Sullivan of the Washington Post reports that Sanders is struggling to..
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Bernie Sanders: Trump believes in corporate socialism, I believe in democratic socialism

Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont delivered an address explaining and defending democratic socialism. The 2020 presidential candidate said the ideology is often misunderstood. CBS News political..
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'Joker' stairs, migration art, Amazon in politics: News from around our 50 states

Researchers say people getting too close to Hawaiian monk seals, Vermont officials look for way to memorialize farmer, and more
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Vermont girls soccer team carded for #equalpay shirts

The players also reportedly sold more than 500 jerseys for $25 each leading up to the game as part of a fundraiser
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The inside scoop on two original Sanders surrogates - Ben & Jerry

The founders of the iconic ice cream line have supported Sanders since he was mayor of Burlington, Vermont in the 1980s. And they're still with him today
CBS News - Published

"This campaign is about fundamental change": Bernie Sanders' campaign co-chair addresses 2020 run

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders returned to the campaign trail Saturday. Campaign co-chair and San Juan, Puerto Rico Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz joined CBSN following Sanders' Queens rally..
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High school girls soccer team penalized for removing jerseys, revealing '#Equalpay' T-shirts

A Vermont high school girls soccer team showed off special #EqualPay T-shirts to celebrate a goal on Friday. That action earned team a yellow card.
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Honey Road: Must-try Mediterranean mezze in the middle of Vermont ski country

Chef-owner Cara Chigazola Tobin fuses small-plate American dishes with Mediterranean flavors using locally sourced Vermont ingredients.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to endorse Bernie Sanders' 2020 bid

Congresswoman Ilhan Omar also endorsed the Vermont senator Tuesday night
CBS News - Published

Back in Action at the Debate, Bernie Sanders Has Much to Prove

Two weeks after suffering a heart attack, the Vermont senator will be trying to convince voters he has the strength to run a forceful campaign.
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Sanders lashes out at Trump on policies

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders says that the Trump administration is probably "the most corrupt administration" in the history of the United States. (Oct. 11)  
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Bernie Sanders to release medical records after heart attack

Senator Bernie Sanders spoke to reporters outside of his home in Burlington, Vermont, for the first time Tuesday since having a heart attack in Las Vegas last week. The Democratic presidential..
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Sanders Says He Will ‘Change the Nature’ of His Campaign After Heart Attack

The Vermont senator also acknowledged that voters would take his health into account when deciding whether to support him.
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Bernie Sanders will not participate in LGBTQ town hall after heart attack

The Vermont senator was seen walking about his neighborhood in Burlington, with his wife, Jane, Monday, and told reporters he'd be back on the campaign trail "soon."
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How will Bernie Sanders' heart attack impact his candidacy?

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is out of a Nevada hospital after suffering a heart attack this week. The Vermont senator thanked supporters in a video posted to Twitter, and said..
CBS News - Published

Bernie Sanders Will Participate in Next Debate, His Campaign Says

The Vermont senator’s near-term appearances have been canceled as he recovers from a procedure to treat a clogged artery, but aides said he would appear at the debate on Oct. 15.
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Bernie Sanders Hospitalized For Artery Blockage, Cancels Events after Surgery

The Vermont senator experienced some chest discomfort at an event on Tuesday evening. His campaign said he will be resting for several days.
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