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Donald Trump said Monday that his children, Eric and Ivanka, "feel very, very guilty" they will be unable to vote for him in New York's primary next week because they missed the state's voter registration deadline.
Jeff Merkley became the first sitting U.S. senator to endorse the presidential bid of his colleague Bernie Sanders, calling the Vermont independent "a determined leader."
Donald Trump is set to participate in a special CNN town hall in New York City Tuesday night, where he will be joined on stage by his wife and children ahead of next week's crucial New York primary.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are maintaining their leads over their respective opponents in New York, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.
If you thought that Uber ride was between you, the driver and your smartphone that may not have been the case.
House Speaker Paul Ryan is moving aggressively to end speculation that he may be a late entry into the Republican presidential race, planning to pull himself out of consideration once and for all.
Donald Trump is issuing a dire warning to his supporters: You're getting ripped off.
What are the things that "disgust" Donald Trump? CNN's Jeanne Moos has the GOP front-runner's "disgusting" list.
The campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders fought on Tuesday over which one was more credible, a volley that continued the acrimonious exchanges between the Democratic presidential candidates.
Bernie Sanders is hitting Hillary Clinton over her belief that young people who link her to the fossil fuel industry "haven't done their research," saying it's "condescending" to young voters.
Hillary Clinton will promise on Wednesday that, if elected president, she will create a national Office of Immigrant Affairs, according to a Clinton aide, a move that looks to solidify her base of Latino support ahead of New York's April 19 primary.
GOP rivals John Kasich and Donald Trump have found common ground on one key issue that has played a major role in the 2016 presidential race: Fighting drug abuse.
FBI Director James Comey said Tuesday there will be "plenty more" court cases in the future where the FBI requests Apple's help retrieving information from iPhones.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Sunday that he would "probably not" have signed a controversial North Carolina law that blocks transgender individuals from using public bathrooms that match their gender identity and stops cities from passing anti-discrimination ordinances to protect gay and transgender people.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday sharply defended two landmark trade deals from the attacks of Republican and Democratic presidential candidates alike.
The Republican National Convention Rules Committee is the most powerful group you've never heard of -- it will set the rules of the convention and could potentially keep John Kasich off the ballot, open the battle to House Speaker Paul Ryan or create a dozen other different scenarios that decide the result.
Ted Cruz's resounding win in Colorado's GOP contest this weekend provided fresh evidence that Donald Trump's campaign is still scrambling to catch up in the state-by-state delegate hunt.
Throughout his years in Illinois and national politics, Dennis Hastert was known affectionately as "The Coach," in recognition of his years as a beloved and genial high school teacher and wrestling instructor.
Monday is Tax Day. Many of us are thinking about our taxes. Are they too high or too low? What's our money being spent on? Do we have a government worth paying for? I'm not here to answer any of those questions -- I'm here to give you something else to think about. In addition to sending the IRS your money, you're also sending them your data.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made headlines last year when he proposed building a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico. The proposal was met with widespread skepticism, especially his insistence that Mexico would also pay for the construction of such a wall. Undeterred, Trump this week explained how he would make this happen, outlining in a policy memo posted to his website a plan to cut off money transfers by immigrants in the United States to their families in Mexico.