Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump just moved much closer to a general election match-up.
Voters in the three “Acela primary” states that voted Tuesday were likely to have differing views about Wall Street and the economy based on how well-off they are, according to early exit poll results.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are poised to take big steps toward their party’s presidential nominations as voters in five northeastern states head to the polls Tuesday.
One of Donald Trump’s top foreign policy advisers, retired Rear Adm. Charles R. Kubic, said Thursday that the Republican front-runner’s approach to Iran and other foreign threats would be “not predictable,” but successful.
Editor’s Note: Donald Trump laid out his foreign policy vision on Wednesday. Here’s what he said — and how countries around the world have reacted to Trump’s comments in the past. We will update this story with fresh reaction as we get it.
A Transportation Security Administration employee alleged in testimony before Congress Wednesday that he was instructed to racially profile Somali-Americans.
Senate Democrats unexpectedly blocked a major spending bill for energy and water programs Wednesday to prevent a vote on a Republican amendment that would ban U.S. tax dollars from being used in the future to buy heavy water from Iran.
“My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people, and American security, above all else. That will be the foundation of every decision that I will make. America First will be the major and overriding theme of my administration.”
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Coming off a big win in Pennsylvania Tuesday night, Donald Trump said he’s already secured the majority of delegates there.
The voters of the Rust Belt have shaken up the 2016 presidential campaign: Hoping to jolt a political system they see as ineffective and out of touch, they have repeatedly revolted by supporting unlikely, anti-establishment candidates.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin poked at Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for his basketball faux pas on Tuesday night, joking that putting a ball through a hoop as opposed to a “ring” is a “smarter” path to victory.