Hillary Rodham Clinton starred in two presidential campaign launches this week. Neither was her own.
Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted May 6th - 1:21am
Hillary Rodham Clinton is giving immigration a prominent role in her 2016 presidential campaign, reassuring skeptics and seeking to cast Republican presidential candidates as obstacles to overhauling the nation's immigration system.
Deepti Hajela and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press | posted May 6th - 1:10am
A Republican stronghold nestled in deep blue New York City will remain in the control of the GOP.
Rob Gillies, Associated Press | posted May 5th - 11:10pm
Alberta, Canada's most conservative province, elected a left-of-center government, ending a 44-year-old conservative party dynasty,
Dave McCann | posted May 5th - 10:29pm
Deepti Hajela and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press | posted May 5th - 10:00pm
A district attorney connected to the case of an unarmed black man who died after a white police officer's chokehold was elected Tuesday to fill a congressional seat left vacant when the incumbent pleaded guilty to tax fraud.
Bill Barrow and Andrew Demillo, Associated Press | posted May 5th - 7:51pm
Mike Huckabee declared his presidential candidacy Tuesday, counting on his brand of conservative populism to make his second White House bid more successful than his first. In 2008, he captivated evangelical Republicans but couldn't build wide enough support to win the Republican nomination.
Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted May 5th - 7:21pm
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday that any immigration overhaul must include a path to "full and equal citizenship," drawing a sharp contrast with Republicans who have promoted providing a legal status or blocked efforts in Congress to address the nation's immigration system.
Emily Wagster Pettus and Jill Colvin, Associated Press | posted May 5th - 5:41pm
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he would have no problem testifying in a trial of former allies who face criminal charges for their alleged roles in politically-motivated traffic jams that caused long delays in 2013 over the George Washington Bridge connecting his state to New York.
Brendan Farrington, Associated Press | posted May 5th - 3:40pm
Republican U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis will announce Wednesday that he's running for the Senate seat Marco Rubio is giving up to seek the GOP presidential nomination.
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