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Ohio could make Kasich GOP establishment’s best bet

Ohio could make Kasich GOP establishment’s best bet

Two weeks ago, Gov. John Kasich was facing pressure to quit the Republican race, to clear the establishment field.

Trump canceled Chicago rally amid melee

CHICAGO

Trump canceled Chicago rally amid melee

Donald Trump’s campaign abruptly canceled his rally here Friday night over security concerns as protesters clashed with his supporters.

GOP candidates lower volume as key primaries near

MIAMI

GOP candidates lower volume as key primaries near

After 11 adversarial debates, the two chief antagonists to Donald Trump on Thursday night largely abandoned their strategy of brutally attacking him.

Carson to endorse Trump

MIAMI

Carson to endorse Trump

Ben Carson, the retired pediatric neurosurgeon who ended his presidential bid last week, plans to endorse Donald Trump on Friday morning, three people familiar with the discussions said.

Trump protester sucker-punched at North Carolina rally

Trump protester sucker-punched at North Carolina rally

Multiple videos appear to show a protester at a Donald Trump rally in North Carolina being sucker-punched by a Trump supporter.

Clinton, Sanders clash on immigration at debate

Clinton, Sanders clash on immigration at debate

Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders clashed vividly over immigration reform, health care and Cuba during a contentious debate Wednesday.

Trade, jobs swayed Michiganders outside Detroit to Sanders

Trade, jobs swayed Michiganders outside Detroit to Sanders

No Democratic presidential candidate had campaigned in Traverse City, Michigan, in decades until Sen. Bernie Sanders pulled up to the concert hall near the Sears store Friday.

Sanders wins Michigan; Trump takes two states

Sanders wins Michigan; Trump takes two states

Sen. Bernie Sanders scored an upset win in the Michigan Democratic primary, threatening to prolong a Democratic campaign that Hillary Clinton appeared to have all but locked up last week.

Michigan the prize in 4 state contests

Michigan the prize in 4 state contests

Voters go to the polls in four states on Tuesday, with Michigan the biggest prize for both parties.

Michael Bloomberg will not enter presidential race

Michael Bloomberg will not enter presidential race

Michael R. Bloomberg, who for months quietly laid the groundwork to run for president as an independent, will not enter the 2016 campaign, he said Monday, citing his fear that a three-way race could lead to the election of a candidate who would imperil the security and stability of the United States: Donald J. Trump.

Trump expands on remarks about torture

Trump expands on remarks about torture

Donald J. Trump said he would seek to “broaden” laws regarding the torture of terrorism suspects, a day after he said that as president he would be “bound by laws and treaties” that he would not order the military to violate.

Sanders, millennials find connection in democratic socialism

WASHINGTON

Sanders, millennials find connection in democratic socialism

For people under 30, socialism isn't a scary word.

VA family names 4 kids after presidents

ARLINGTON, Va.

VA family names 4 kids after presidents

Forget the campaign going on in the rest of the country. Jesse and Jennifer Nielsen are in the midst of a presidential election within their own household.

A stern Romney attacks Trump as ‘a phony’ and ‘a fraud’

A stern Romney attacks Trump as ‘a phony’ and ‘a fraud’

In an extraordinary public rebuke of Donald Trump’s campaign, Mitt Romney and John McCain, the last two Republican presidential nominees, denounced Trump in forceful terms on Thursday and warned that his election could put the United States and even its democratic political system in peril.

Carson, seeing no ‘path forward,’ signals end to bid

Carson, seeing no ‘path forward,’ signals end to bid

Ben Carson, the only Republican to have once threatened the lead of Donald Trump in national polls, said Wednesday he saw no path forward and would skip a debate Thursday in his hometown of Detroit, signaling an end to his candidacy after paltry performances in the nominating contests.

Republican split is becoming deep chasm

Republican split is becoming deep chasm

Democrats are falling in line. Republicans are falling apart.

Trump has Super Tuesday, but Cruz takes Texas and Oklahoma

Trump has Super Tuesday, but Cruz takes Texas and Oklahoma

Donald Trump rode a powerful tide of voter fury to victories across the country on Tuesday, ending the campaign season’s most momentous day of balloting as the unrivaled favorite for the Republican presidential nomination.

Clinton heads for Super Tuesday sweep in South; Sanders takes 4 states

Clinton heads for Super Tuesday sweep in South; Sanders takes 4 states

MIAMI — Hillary Clinton bested rival Bernie Sanders in six Super Tuesday states, according to early returns and exit polls Tuesday night, strengthening her momentum as she marches toward the Democratic presidential nomination.

Black students 'outraged' after being escorted from Trump rally

Black students 'outraged' after being escorted from Trump rally

A group of African American students were escorted from a Donald Trump rally Monday at Valdosta State University in southern Georgia after some started shouting profanities in the crowd, authorities said. But some of the students contend they were kicked out of the rally for no reason.

What to watch for on Super Tuesday

What to watch for on Super Tuesday

Voters in 12 states go to the polls on Tuesday as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, who have had the most success in the early nominating contests, look to extend their delegate leads over their nearest rivals.

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