Hillary on the role Bill might play in her administration
In Kentucky, Hillary Clinton gave a preview of what kind of role her husband would have if she were president
Hillary Clinton previews Bill's role in her administration
Hillary Clinton is laying out a clear example of how she might use her husband, former president Bill Clinton, if she is elected president
Trump and Cruz fight to win Indiana's delegates
Fifty-seven Republican delegates are up for grabs Tuesday in Indiana. Senior Trump advisers expect him to win the majority of Indiana's delegates
Obama on Malia's Harvard acceptance: I'll "miss her terribly"
The president says he "couldn't be prouder" of his daughter, who will attend Harvard in fall 2017 after taking a gap year
Jim Gilmore snubbed for Virginia delegate slot in Cleveland
The former Virginia governor, who is technically still a candidate for president, was passed over at this weekend's Virginia GOP convention
Hastert first-ever punished by wrestling Hall of Fame
Organization celebrating wrestling says it waited until former House speaker's criminal trial on sex abuse charges was over to decide his fate
Watch: Donald Trump supporter tells Ted Cruz "We don't want you"
Cruz exchanged words with a Trump supporter in Indiana on Monday, one day before the state's primary
Clinton releases April fundraising numbers, plays woman card for donations
Bernie Sanders saw his fundraising totals drop significantly in April
CIA "live-tweeted" bin Laden raid to mark 5th anniversary
The raid into the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan took place on May 1, 2011 U.S. time
Donald Trump seizes on Heidi Cruz's slip-up
On Saturday, Heidi Cruz said her husband Ted Cruz "is an immigrant"