Let's begin our look at the world news in the United States.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won a landslide in the Nevada caucuses over the weekend.
For more on this and other news from around the world, let's turn to our Yoon Jung-min.
Jung-min, it seems Sanders has taken a commanding lead in the Democratic race to take on President Trump in the presidential election in November.
Right, Mark. As you said, Sanders won big in Nevada.
He solidified his status as the leading Democratic candidate, taking about 47 percent of votes so far.
He did well across all the demographic groups, including Latinos and young voters.
Hispanics and Latinos make up a large portion of Nevada's population.
Former Vice President Joe Biden sank to fifth in New Hampshire, but he climbed to second in Nevada with some 20 percent support.
Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg came in third, with about 13 percent.
Elizabeth Warren was fourth and Amy Klobuchar fifth.
With Super Tuesday just around the corner, Democrats are now heading to the South Carolina primary this Saturday.
South Carolina also has large number of non-white voters, with about 27 percent of the population being African American .
The results there are likely to affect Super Tuesday on March 3rd,where 14 states are going to allocate 1,357 delegates on a single day.