2016 Presidential Campaign
Trump’s commanding lead may become insurmountable once the winner-take-all states vote.
The Republican presidential candidate said, “I’ve actually instructed my people to look into it, yes.”
The incident further increased tension after the Republican candidate's Chicago rally was abandoned Friday.
Trump's Republican rivals, meanwhile, say he helped create the increasingly tense atmosphere.
"I misspoke," Clinton said. "For that, I'm sorry."
The two Democratic presidential candidates met in Miami on Wednesday ahead of Florida's crucial primary.
Michelle Fields, a reporter for Breitbart, says Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabbed her and pulled her to the ground at a rally in Jupiter, Florida.
The four GOP candidates are preparing for next week's crucial primaries.
John McGraw, 78, allegedly punched Rakeem Jones, 26, at a Trump rally in North Carolina.
At a Wednesday town hall, the senator said he hypothetically wouldn't agree to the second-highest position in the U.S.
The Miami contest comes ahead of the crucial March 15 Florida primary.
Trump’s modus operandi is frighteningly close to that of Mussolini, Stalin, Franco and Hitler.
The three White House wannabes would all likely face a skeptical, even hostile Congress. That means gridlock. Or mayhem.
The former chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard ended her own presidential campaign in February.
The two Democrats will face off in a debate, and Marco Rubio will participate in a one-man town hall.
Meanwhile, the GOP's leading candidate won in Michigan and Mississippi.
An image of Trump supporters raising their hands in a gesture reminiscent of the Nazi salute began to circulate on Twitter over the weekend.
A voting guide for the overwhelmed.
Republicans failed to consider one important fact: Not all millionaires and billionaires support the same things.
Last month the Financial Times quoted Bloomberg as saying he found the campaign discussions "distressingly banal" and was mulling running for president.
It would not be surprising if Trump chose to run as a third-party candidate if he lost the nomination in a contested convention.
The event, hosted by Fox News, is set to begin at 6 p.m. ET.
Billionaire Clinton backer J.B. Pritzker says he’ll do “whatever I can do and whatever is reasonable” to stop the Donald.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced off Sunday night in Flint, Michigan.
It would be the second nominating contest victory for the Republican presidential candidate.
Scenario a setback for the Republican Party's most powerful members, who have hinted they prefer Rubio.
Clinton and Sanders will take the stage in the Michigan city where residents are in the midst of a water crisis.
The Republican former neurosurgeon recently said he didn’t see a path to victory.
It's easy to be cynical about Trump, but he is the least cynical candidate in the 2016 race.