Election Day News
Battle for Indiana, Last Stand for Senator Ted Cruz?
Cruz campaigns hard in Indiana to prevent a win for Donald Trump that could make him nearly unstoppable.
A Look Back at Bernie Sanders' Campaign One Year Later
Sen. Bernie Sanders announced his presidential candidacy a year ago today. And over the past 12 months, his campaign has followed an almost poetic arch: taking the country by storm (and surprise), amassing a staff of over 1,000 people, breaking fundraising records and drawing some of the largest
US Economy Struggles at Start of Election Year
US economy barely grew at the start of election year, as consumers, businesses turn cautious
Federal Ruling on N Carolina Voting Laws Bolsters Voter ID
Civil rights and elections attorneys say they'll appeal federal court ruling upholding North Carolina's 2013 major rewrite of its voting laws
Hillary Clinton to Speak in Philadelphia
ABC News' Liz Kruetz gives us an update on Hillary Clinton's campaign from the press bus.
Philly Voters Weigh in on Election
ABC News' Josh Haskell stops by the famous "Rocky Steps" to hear from voters in Philly.
Judge Dismisses Challenge to Arizona Presidential Primary
A judge on Tuesday threw out a challenge to the results of Arizona's problematic presidential primary at the close of two days of testimony
The Note: Acela Primary Primer
NOTABLES --5 STORYLINES TO WATCH: The so-called "Acela primary" launches today, bringing voters to the polls in five Northeastern states. Ballots will be cast in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland and Delaware, largely finishing up most of this election's primaries in the region.
Bernie Sanders Vows to 'Fight All the Way to Philadelphia' Convention
Despite indications it will be a strong day for opponent Hillary Clinton , Sen. Bernie Sanders said he believes his campaign will “do very well” in all five states voting today. Sanders even talked about pulling off a miracle in the delegate-rich state of Pennsylvania. “I think the reason, George,
Voters Testify in Arizona Presidential Primary Challenge
Voters dismayed with Arizona's problematic presidential primary voiced frustrations with long lines and registration issues Monday during a hearing for a court challenge to have the election results thrown out