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Koch suggests that Clinton might be better than Trump or Cruz

Koch suggests that Clinton might be better than Trump or Cruz

Conservative political activist Charles Koch suggested in an interview with ABC News on Sunday that Democrat Hillary Clinton would be a better president than the Republican contenders, although he stopped short of saying he would support the former secretary of state if she ends up representing her party in a general election.

On policies, Ted Cruz shifts his stance to suit a fractured GOP

On policies, Ted Cruz shifts his stance to suit a fractured GOP

Time and again Ted Cruz has shifted, shaded or obfuscated his policy positions - piling on new ideas, which sometimes didn't fit with the old.

Sanders acknowledges 'a hard path' to nomination in wake of New York loss

Sanders acknowledges 'a hard path' to nomination in wake of New York loss

White House presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders acknowledged Thursday that he has "a hard path" to the Democratic nomination and that it could be difficult to overtake Hillary Clinton by convincing the party's superdelegates to switch allegiances.

Capital Region voters flocked to the polls

CAPITAL REGION

Capital Region voters flocked to the polls

Saratoga County Election Commissioner Roger Scheira doesn’t recall an election when the phone rang as much as it did during New York’s presidential primaries on Tuesday.

 Trump, Clinton victorious in New York primary

CAPITAL REGION

Trump, Clinton victorious in New York primary

Democrat Bernie Sanders was favored in upstate counties over statewide winner Hillary Clinton, and Republican Donald Trump cruised to victory over his Republican contenders among Capital Region voters on Tuesday.

Trump, Clinton prevail in New York primary

Donald J. Trump wrested back control of the Republican presidential race on Tuesday with a commanding victory in the New York primary, while Hillary Clinton dealt a severe blow to Sen. Bernie Sanders as she won her adopted home state with powerful support from women and blacks.

Sanders supporters hope New York’s primary is declared open

NEW YORK

Sanders supporters hope New York’s primary is declared open

Supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders are holding out hope that a New York federal judge will make a last-minute decision to open the state’s primary to independents and Republicans, potentially yielding Mr. Sanders thousands of additional votes on Tuesday.

Voters' voices on the New York primary

CAPITAL REGION

Voters' voices on the New York primary

Our reporters are at polling places across the Capital Region talking to voters. The latest from the field:

Voters complain polls open late for New York primary

CAPITAL REGION

Voters complain polls open late for New York primary

Hours before polls opened Tuesday for primary voting, election officials were getting phone calls.

CAPITAL REGION

Capital Region officials brace for rare busy primary day

In what promises to be one of the busiest days in New York primary history, state Attorney General Eric T. Schneidermann wants to make sure the process works the way it’s supposed to.

Kasich brings positive message to Schenectady

SCHENECTADY

Kasich brings positive message to Schenectady

John Kasich thinks his positive campaign message can appeal broadly across the country — if only he can get people to hear it.

As NY primary looms, Sanders accuses Clinton of campaign finance violations

NEW YORK

As NY primary looms, Sanders accuses Clinton of campaign finance violations

On the eve of a crucial Democratic presidential primary here, Bernie Sanders accused rival Hillary Clinton on Monday of appearing to violate campaign finance laws with her expansive use of a joint fundraising committee set up last year with the national party.

Republican consultant Cheri Jacobus files libel suit against Trump

Republican consultant Cheri Jacobus files libel suit against Trump

A longtime Republican consultant who has been harshly criticized by Donald Trump filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit Monday accusing him and his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, of making false statements that harmed her professionally and personally.

Clinton says she would support New York-style minimum wage boost nationwide

Clinton says she would support New York-style minimum wage boost nationwide

Hillary Clinton sought to clarify her shifting position on a $15 federal minimum wage, saying Sunday that she would sign legislation enshrining that figure if pay rose gradually and if the law included escape clauses similar to those approved this month in New York state.

Facts, figures and information on primaries

10 questions for primary voters:

Things to know when voting in state’s primary

CAPITAL REGION

Things to know when voting in state’s primary

Before heading into the voting booth Tuesday for New York’s presidential primary, there are a few things you should know. Especially you Democrats.

Bill Clinton, in Albany, stumps for Hillary

ALBANY

Bill Clinton, in Albany, stumps for Hillary

Former president Bill Clinton on Saturday made the case for electing Hillary Clinton president, in a campaign push ahead of Tuesday’s crucial New York Democratic primary.

Bill Clinton appearing in Albany today

ALBANY

Bill Clinton appearing in Albany today

Former president Bill Clinton will be at the Desmond Hotel in Colonie on Saturday morning, according to the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Sanders turns up heat on Clinton

Sanders turns up heat on Clinton

Sen. Bernie Sanders, seizing on potential vulnerabilities for Hillary Clinton in the coming New York primary, repeatedly savaged her ties to wealthy donors and Wall Street banks during their debate Thursday night, delivering a ferocious performance that Clinton countered with steely confidence and her own sharp elbows.

Battery charge against Trump campaign manager is dropped

Battery charge against Trump campaign manager is dropped

A Florida prosecutor said Thursday he would not prosecute Donald Trump’s campaign manager for grabbing and bruising a reporter’s arm, saying the battery charge could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt in court.

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