Republican candidate disavows discrimination but says he doesn't believe in gay marriage.
Republican front-runner had to halt his motorcade and go through a back entrance to deliver a speech at a hotel.
Donald Trump killed it in GOP primaries in Democratic states on April 26. Does that augur well for the fall?
It is now more difficult for Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders to win their respective nominations.
Mississippi's "religious freedom" law, a look at Jerry Brown's career, how Ted Cruz could become president and more in this week's top political stories.
With gap narrowing, Donald Trump needs to win nearly 60 percent of remaining delegates to secure GOP nomination.
There is one big difference between Goldwater and Trump. Goldwater took over the GOP from the bottom up. Trump is trying to take it over from the top down.
The next big test in stopping the billionaire frontrunner will be New York, the state he calls home.
The petition warns of the "possibility of an ISIS terrorist attack" during the convention.
Sanders won contests in Utah and Idaho to bolster his case that he still has a chance despite Clinton's big lead.
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.
The three White House wannabes would all likely face a skeptical, even hostile Congress. That means gridlock. Or mayhem.
The Secret Service arrested Kyle Odom after he threw material over the White House fence.
Many mainstream Republicans are reluctant to rally behind Cruz, teh alternative to Trump, as they see him as too conservative.
Trump trounced Cruz and Rubio in Nevada. But the numbers involved were very small.