Tuesday effectively will mark the end of the presidential primary season.
Protesters burned a "Make America Great Again" hat and threw eggs at a Trump supporter Thursday night.
If elected, the Democratic front-runner says her husband, the former president, would be in charge of "revitalizing the economy."
Cruz, the anti-establishment crusader, wasn't always a Washington outsider.
The former speaker of the House called Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh."
Trump believes Clinton only would receive 5 percent of the vote if she were a man.
More than 150 countries will commit to the pact, which calls for a rapid end to the rise of greenhouse gas emissions.
Cruz spoke out Tuesday night for the first time since reports surfaced accusing her husband of having extramarital affairs.
The Ohio governor said he is campaigning only to be president of the United States.
Clinton shared conversations she has had with foreign leaders about their concerns for a possible President Donald Trump.
The Wisconsin governor announced his decision a week before his state's primary.
On Tuesday night, the GOP front-runner threatened to "spill the beans" on Ted Cruz's wife.
The Democratic candidate seemed to criticize President Obama's choice to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
At a Wednesday town hall, the senator said he hypothetically wouldn't agree to the second-highest position in the U.S.
In a 2004 feature story for Newsweek, Nancy Reagan showed us how to mourn with dignity and grace.
The former opposition leader has pledged to act as a neutral "refugee" in the country's heated political scene.
In emails to her aides, Hillary Clinton has her own vocabulary. We turned it into a poem.
Clinton was courting technology titans for her 2016 campaign.