2016 Presidential Campaign
The former speaker of the House called Cruz “Lucifer in the flesh.”
With an approval rating of 80 percent, Sanders is at the top of the heap, says a new survey from polling firm Morning Consult.
Trump believes Clinton only would receive 5 percent of the vote if she were a man.
Sanders lost four of five contests to Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night.
Indiana, which will hold its primary on May 3, is crucial for Cruz’s campaign.
Will the Republican ticket be Cruz-Fiorina 2016?
After losing New York, Sanders could see another tough night. Will he see pressure to wrap up his campaign?
Pushkov said Hillary Clinton “doesn’t know what she’s talking about.”
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are expected to dominate in a slew of primaries Tuesday.
The collapse of the steel industry would seem to be perfect for Trump—but the Lehigh Valley region has bounced back.
It isn’t going to be easy telling Bernie’s people the dream is over. But it is.
American support for free trade, military alliances and international institutions can no longer be taken for granted.
Trump is seeking to cast himself as the new leader of the Republican party.
We’re a month closer to determining which two presidential candidates will face off in the fall.
Over objections from the GOP, felons in Virginia who have served their time and finished their parole can register—a potential game-changer for the presidential election.
The presidential hopeful promised to find ways to change the gun culture.
Instead of replacing Andrew Jackson on the bill, Trump wants to create another denomination for Harriet Tubman.
The depths that the GOP candidates, led by Trump, have plumbed could have detrimental consequences for America’s claims to world leadership.
In her speech, Clinton explained her plans to break down barriers for all Americans.
It is now more difficult for Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders to win their respective nominations.
The state Board of Elections will be releasing returns throughout the day.
Voters enrolled in a small right-wing party thinking they were registering as independents.
Trump is neglecting the GOP’s delegate-selection processes because he does not believe in their legitimacy—or he feels attacking them is more effective.
Hillary is headed back to New York, Bernie went to the Vatican and Trump is having brunch on Staten Island.
With gap narrowing, Donald Trump needs to win nearly 60 percent of remaining delegates to secure GOP nomination.
Hillary and Bill Clinton had income approaching $140 million in the last eight years, returns show.
The Democrats came head-to-head for the last time before voters head to the polls in New York.
The Texas senator accused Donald Trump’s supporters of intimidating potential Republican National Convention delegates.
The presidential candidate hires long-time Republican strategist Rick Wiley as his national political director.