As Donald Trump laid into Hillary Clinton during his victory speech Tuesday night, saying she was only getting support from other women because of their gender, New Jersey first lady Mary Pat Christie’s expression stole the show.
Republican Sen. Pat Toomey, who is expected to face a tough re-election battle this fall, voted for Sen. Ted Cruz for president in the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday, a campaign aide confirmed to CNN.
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert is set to be sentenced Wednesday in a hush money case that revealed he was being accused of sexually abusing young boys as a teacher in Illinois.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders alluded to possible vice presidential picks Tuesday, even floating liberal darling Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a potential running mate.
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Rep. Chris Van Hollen has defeated fellow House member from Maryland Donna Edwards for the state’s Democratic nomination for Senate, CNN projected Tuesday.
Ted Cruz will name Carly Fiorina as his vice presidential running mate Wednesday, according to two sources — a last-ditch move to regain momentum after being mathematically eliminated from winning the GOP presidential nomination outright.
Donald Trump is expected to win Tuesday’s Pennsylvania Republican primary in a landslide, but the size of his all-important delegate haul figures to be a mystery that could stretch all the way to the convention floor in Cleveland this summer.
Donald Trump swept all five states and Hillary Clinton scored huge victories in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Connecticut during the “Acela Primary.”
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Donald Trump on Wednesday will deliver a major foreign policy speech in Washington as he looks to advance his campaign’s efforts to cast him as a more presidential figure and appeal to Republican Party elites.
Bernie Sanders, who acknowledges Tuesday night’s primary losses in four of five states have made his path to the Democratic nomination even narrower, has a new game plan: force Democrats to adopt “the strongest progressive agenda that any political party has ever seen.”