With the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primaries now history, the Democratic and Republican presidential races are still wide-open contests that will force candidates to continue to battle over the next four weeks.
Sens. Hillary Clinton and John McCain, the big winners in the New Hampshire primary, and the rest of the candidates did not rest on their laurels Wednesday as they began looking ahead to the next primary contests in Michigan, Nevada and South Carolina.
Clinton's two percentage-point win over Sen. Barack Obama in the Granite State's Democratic primary, after she came in third in the Iowa caucuses, had supporters chanting "comeback kid" when she took the stage to claim victory Tuesday night. Read full article »
CNN's Alexander Marquardt contributed to this report.