Donald Trump’s victory in Indiana knocked Sen. Ted Cruz out of the race and put an official end to the Stop Trump movement. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ win proved his supporters aren’t going away quietly. But after Tuesday’s contest, the focus…
By Julie Pace and Scott Bauer, Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS — Once dismissed as a fringe contender, businessman Donald Trump now is all but certain to lead the Republican Party into the fall presidential campaign against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton — a stunning political triumph for a first-time candidate…
Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders have painted vastly different portraits of what ails the American economy. But ahead of Tuesday’s primary in Indiana, the two candidates have converged on a common enemy: Carrier, an air conditioning manufacturer…
By Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Republican front-runner Donald Trump rehashed unsubstantiated claims Tuesday that his rival Ted Cruz's father has links to President John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.
By Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
Recent events in Appalachia mark a striking political shift for the Clintons, who've long staked their electoral fortunes on working class white voters.
By PBS NewsHour
Campaigning in Indiana, Ted Cruz faced off with backers of Republican front-runner Donald Trump about why he's staying in the race, ahead of the crucial primary. Sen. Bernie Sanders was also in the state, vowing to "fight for every last…
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
The change of subject reflects Trump's conviction that the race for the Republican presidential nomination is essentially "over," with GOP rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich unable to catch up to Trump's delegate haul.
By Nicholas Riccardi, Michael R. Blood, Associated Press
The prospect of Donald Trump clinching the nomination in the Golden State has scrambled the party's political fault lines in advance of its pivotal June primary, forging unexpected alliances that blur those longstanding divisions.
By Associated Press
A solid majority of Pennsylvania Republicans elected as delegates to the GOP's presidential nominating convention in Cleveland say they intend to vote for the candidate who won a thumping primary victory in their state - Donald Trump.
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
Donald Trump, after toying with gender politics off and on during the campaign, is all in on a mission to undercut Hillary Clinton's credentials by syncing up his say-anything campaign strategy with his alpha-male persona.
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