Trump Vows To Shake Off U.S. Foreign Policy "Rust"Moving closer to the Republican nomination, Donald Trump on Wednesday turned to the global affairs that a new commander in chief must face, assailing likely November rival Hillary Clinton and President Obama.
Trump & Clinton Aim For Northeast Primaries SweepDonald Trump is aiming for a sweep of all five states holding primaries Tuesday, leaving his rivals pinning their hopes of stopping the Republican front-runner on a fragile coordination strategy in the next rounds of voting.
Voters Have Mixed Feelings About Cruz-Kasich PactWhile the political world waits to see if the Ted Cruz and John Kasich alliance proves brilliant or desperate, some voters in the three states most affected applauded the move while others panned it.
Clinton Nears Nomination As Trump Strengthens PathHillary Clinton emerged from New York's presidential primary closer to clinching the Democratic nomination, while Republican Donald Trump strengthened his own path to the general election with a commanding victory.
Warren Mocks Cruz On TwitterElizabeth Warren fired off a series of tweets Tuesday mocking her U.S. Senate colleague Ted Cruz for an email listing off the sacrifices that Cruz has made on the campaign trail -- from time away from family to sleep deprivation.
McConnell "Optimistic" That RNC Will Go To 2nd BallotSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that he is "increasingly optimistic" that voting at the RNC in July will go to a second ballot, seeming to suggest that he does not want to see Donald Trump become the nominee.
Megyn Kelly Meets With Trump To "Clear The Air"FOX News Channel's Megyn Kelly said that she met privately with Donald Trump on Wednesday to "clear the air" following the Republican candidate's repeated attacks on social media.
Former "Apprentice" Contestants To Denounce TrumpA handful of former contestants from Donald Trump's reality show "The Apprentice," including winner Randal Pinkett and runner-up Kwame Jackson, said that the Republican front-runner should not be president.
What If No GOP Candidate Wins Enough Delegates?Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz continue to debate what would happen if neither of them win enough primary elections and caucuses to clinch the 1,237 delegates which are needed to become the GOP nominee.
Many Republicans Remain Tepid On Both Trump & CruzRepublicans in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and elsewhere have all said that they will support whoever becomes the GOP presidential nominee, but none of them have rushed to embrace Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.
Cruz's Win In Wisconsin Leaves Trump DamagedDonald Trump emerged from Wisconsin as a damaged Republican front-runner following a crushing loss to rival Ted Cruz, pushing the GOP toward a rare contested convention fight.
Kasich Positions Himself As Alternative To GOP RivalsOften an afterthought in the chaotic GOP presidential contest, John Kasich is soldiering on with the belief that he can convince hundreds of delegates to swing his way at a contested summer convention.