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Donald Trump surpassed the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination.
As Libertarians pick their nominee for president, Gary Johnson seen as the likely candiate
Obama pivots to Asia in his final year, Supreme Court set to decide immigration
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders continuing to fight for the Democratic nomination.
Can Bernie Sanders influence the Democratic platform? Obamacare faces a GOP-led setback.
Can the Republican Party unite before November? Can Clinton turn her focus to Trump?
The presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump will meet with Congressional Republicans.
Speculation has already started about who the vice presidential candidates will be.
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