Corey Lewandowski Out As Trump Campaign ManagerTrump shook up his presidential campaign with an announcement that his campaign manager is out.
Ben & Jerry's New Split: Hillary Or Bernie?The co-founders of Ben & Jerry's ice cream admit they're split over whether to support Hillary Clinton now that their preferred candidate Bernie Sanders appears likely to exit the 2016 presidential race.
Hillary Clinton To Donald Trump On Twitter: 'Delete Your Account'Hillary Clinton told Donald Trump to delete his Twitter account Thursday following his criticism of President Barack Obama endorsing his former secretary of state.
President Barack Obama Endorses Hillary Clinton In Video"I don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office," Obama said in the video.
Conservative Pundit Defends Trump Amid GOP CriticismCommentator Jeffrey Lord defends Donald Trump from the rebukes of Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan.
Big Player In Digital Media Declining Ad Dollars In Support Of TrumpBuzzfeed has pulled out of a million dollar ad deal with the RNC because of the "tone and substance" of Donald Trump's campaign.
Locals React To Hillary Clinton's Historic Win“It was a long time coming and it’s really, really exciting.”
Pundits Weigh In On Race As Clinton Clinches NominationPundits John Hayward and AB Stoddard review the aftermath of Hillary Clinton locking up the Democratic nomination for President.
Hillary Clinton Projected As Democratic Winner In New Jersey PrimaryHillary Clinton has won the Democratic presidential primary in New Jersey, further extending her lead against rival Bernie Sanders on one of the last days of voting.
Donald Trump Projected As GOP Winner In New Jersey PrimaryPresumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has picked up 51 delegates by winning New Jersey's Republican primary.
Voters Head To Polls As NJ Holds Its Presidential PrimaryThe polls are open in New Jersey on this Primary Day until 8 p.m. tonight.
AP Count: Hillary Clinton Has Delegates To Win Democratic NominationAccording to the AP, Hillary Clinton has enough delegates to win the democratic nomination.