The frontrunners in the presidential race for Republicans and Democrats were big winners again as voters in 12 U.S. states made their selections on Super Tuesday. In the biggest day of the primary election and caucus season, both Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton swept to victories in seven states, primarily in the Deep
Both Democratic and Republican voters are heading to the polls in 11 U.S. states Tuesday. Another two states are holding Republican-only caucuses. "Super Tuesday" may be a make or break day for Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz who are chasing frontrunner Donald Trump for their party's presidential nomination.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who recently dropped out of the U.S. presidential race, endorsed leading Republican candidate Donald Trump on Friday. Christie became the first prominent, currently-seated U.S. politician to endorse Trump’s campaign for president.
Donald Trump rolled to a third straight win in his campaign to become the next president of the United States, swamping his Republican rivals in the Western U.S. state of Nevada. With 95% of Nevada's caucus vote counted, the billionaire hotel developer and former reality TV host held a 22-point lead over his nearest competitor.
Jeb Bush Update: With 100% of the vote recorded, 32.5% went to Trump, giving the celebrity businessman a 10-point victory. Rubio held on to second place with 22.5% and Cruz was right behind him at 22.3%. Bush finished with just 7.8% of the vote. In a big day of American voting on Saturday, the early
Conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead on Saturday. He was 79. Scalia died in a presidential election year, leaving it up in the air who will appoint his successor.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina have bowed out of the race for the 2016 Republican nomination for president. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and John Kasich are among the leading contenders left in the Republican field.
By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, two staunch critics of America's political establishment on the right and left, scored decisive victories in the first national primary election of this year's contest for president of the United States. Trump's 19-point win over his nearest challenger in the New England state of New Hampshire removed