In our news wrap Thursday, Taliban attackers killed 37 people and wounded 40 in a double suicide bombing in Afghanistan. The first bomber attacked buses carrying police trainees, followed by a second bomber who blew himself up when people rushed…
By Jill Colvin and Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
MONESSEN, Pa. — Donald Trump called for a new era of economic "Americanism" Tuesday, promising to restore millions of lost factory jobs by backing away from decades of U.S. policy that encouraged trade with other nations.
By Larisa Epatko
Three-time heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali was laid to rest in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, on Friday in a service he planned himself. You can watch the full funeral here.
By Lisa Lerer and Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
ST. LOUIS — Over the months, Hillary Clinton misstated key facts about her use of private email and her own server for her work as secretary of state, the department's inspector general reported this week.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Bernie Sanders has won Oregon's presidential primary and battled Hillary Clinton to a razor-thin margin in Kentucky.
By Michael R. Blood, Associated Press
LOS ANGELES — If Bernie Sanders can pull off an upset in California, it will be a story that got its start on Hollywood Boulevard.
By Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton will release a $10 billion plan aimed at revitalizing manufacturing in Syracuse on Friday, part of an effort to highlight her work as a senator from New York ahead of that state's primary later this month.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama commuted the prison sentences of 61 drug offenders on Wednesday including more than a third serving life sentences, working to give new energy to calls for overhauling the U.S. criminal justice system.
By Associated Press
PASADENA, Calif. — The Nielsen company says 31.3 million people watched President Barack Obama deliver his last State of the Union, his smallest audience for the annual speech.
By Lisa Lerer and Christopher S. Rugaber, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will pledge to break up the country's largest financial institutions within the first year of his administration should he win the White House next November. He plans to make that pledge in a…
Support Provided By: Learn more