After Ted Cruz announced he will suspend his presidential campaign, likely Republican nominee Donald Trump congratulated his former competitor on a hard-fought campaign. "He is one hell of competitor," Trump said. "He is a tough, smart guy."
After a disappointing double-digit loss to Donald Trump in Indiana's primary, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz concluded he has no path to the Republican nomination and suspended his campaign. He vowed to continue his movement. RNC Chairman called Trump the "presumptive nominee."
Money is determining the course of the 2016 election. A reporter discusses her experience covering Hillary Clinton as a presidential candidate and as Secretary of State. Plus, a preview of this year's Democratic convention.
Ted Cruz explains how he and John Kasich reached an agreement to split their campaign focus in order to stop Donald Trump from reaching 1,237 delegates. Cruz will focus on Indiana while Kasich will move on to Oregon.
"What's the big deal?" John Kasich asked in response to reports that he is teaming up with Ted Cruz to stop Donald J. Trump from getting 1,237 delegates at the Republican National Committee convention. The two campaigns are dividing up states they will spend their resources.
We at the PBS NewsHour and Washington Week lost our dear colleague, Gwen Ifill, to cancer on Monday. During her life, she often was called upon to discuss journalism, barriers and how to burst through them, and sometimes just react to something fun.
Gwen Ifill was moderator and managing editor of "Washington Week" and co-anchor and managing editor of the "PBS NewsHour." The best-selling author of "The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama," Gwen covered seven presidential campaigns and moderated two vice presidential debates.