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Money is determining the course of the 2016 election.
As the election shifts to Indiana, Clinton and Trump widen their leads.
Republicans prep for an open convention and remembering music icon Prince.
Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton solidify their front-runner status after convincing NY wins
Ted Cruz sets himself up for success with delegates at the state level.
Republican and Democratic White House hopefuls descend on NY ahead of primary.
The 2016 race for the White House shifts to NY, and candidates start counting delegates
A look at how LGBT legislation in NC and MS is impacting the presidential campaign.
Donald Trump faced criticism for comments on abortion, foreign policy and nuclear weapons.
More than 50 world leaders gathered in Washington to discuss nuclear security.
Without mentioning frontrunner Trump by name, House Speaker Paul Ryan called for civility.
After attacks in Brussels, the United States renewed its fight against the Islamic State.