As Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is fond of saying, he is "winning by a lot of delegates" ahead of Indiana's pivotal primaries. The same measure could be applied to his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who also leads her competitor, Bernie Sanders.
Former House Speaker John Boehner is no fan of Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Boehner blasted Cruz during a forum at Stanford University in California Wednesday night, likening him to the devil. Audio recorded at the event captured the former Speaker of the House answering a question about Cruz, calling the GOP presidential hopeful “Lucifer in the flesh.” Boehner also […]
Although presidential front-runners Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump appear poised to sail to victory in Tuesday’s primary races, a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll highlights challenges they may face healing deep fissures within their own parties. Voters in Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, and Maryland will head to the polls Tuesday in races that could […]
After vowing to support the eventual Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz appeared to back down from the pledge during a Tuesday night town hall broadcast on CNN, according to NBC News.
It seems like everyone - including the GOP - is attempting to stop the runaway political train that is Donald Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner. And the last last line of defense for opponents may be the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July.
On Tuesday, voters in 12 states headed to the polls as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump work to expand their delegate count against their nearest challengers, according to The New York Times.
Declaring his love for voters who swept him to victory Tuesday in the Nevada presidential caucuses, Donald Trump claimed his third straight victory in an early voting state.
On Monday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed Trump's assertion of doing well among African-American voters and the possibility of the GOP's front-runner winning the Republican presidential nomination.
Ted Cruz argues that he is eligible to serve as president, noting the distinction between natural-born and naturalized citizens.