Democratic White House hopeful Kamala Harris is dropping out of the presidential race.
The California senator’s campaign seemed full of promise when it launched in January, but she struggled to make headway in a crowded field.
In November her cash-strapped operation laid off staff at its Baltimore HQ, in New Hampshire and in her home state.
The 55-year-old, a fierce critic of President Donald Trump, was once seen as a rising star within the party.
But she could not cement her fleeting position in the top tier of candidates alongside Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.