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Banning the box on college applications, "ensures that every young person has a shot," Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to the President, said.

Does Trump have an opportunity to attract voters of color by selecting a running mate of color or a woman? Here are five potential running mates and one wild card

As Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is fond of saying, he is "winning by a lot of delegates" ahead of Indiana's pivotal primaries. The same measure could be applied to his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who also leads her competitor, Bernie Sanders.

UPDATED: Wednesday, April 27 8:30 AM EST Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton inched closer to clinching their party’s nomination Tuesday after key wins in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. From CBS News: For much of this primary season one argument for Trump’s success was that he was winning primaries without gaining a majority of the […]

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton and her Republican challenger Donald Trump appear to be headed for big wins in Tuesday's New York early voting primary races, according to Bloomberg Politics.

In the high-stakes race for the White House, Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled over the former first lady's speaking fees and her stance on minimum wage during a rollicking debate in New York City's Brooklyn.

Just days after former President Bill Clinton used his White privilege to lecture Black Lives Matter protesters, Hillary Clinton engaged in her own faux pas regarding, well, African-Americans.

The bitter rhetoric came a day after Clinton's crushing loss to Sanders in the Wisconsin primary, where he collected more delegates in the race for the White House. The language also intensified as they inch closer to the New York primary on April 19.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both lead their competitors in Tuesday's presidential primary race in Wisconsin, but they may face significant obstacles in the battle for the nomination, which comes in just three months, according to The Associated Press.

When Donald Trump heads to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio in July, he is likely to have the popular vote and the Electoral College lead ahead of his two opponents--Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, but that does not mean he will clinch the nomination.

Donald Trump's xenophobic comments against Mexicans and Muslims is starting to leave a bad taste in the mouths of some donors to the Republican National Convention. The New York Times is reporting that Coca-Cola has decided against matching the $660,000 it gave the RNC for the 2012 Republican convention, "deciding to donate only $75,000 for this year and indicating that it does not plan to provide more."

Since Donald Trump entered the 2016 presidential race, it has been difficult to determine if life is imitating art or if art is imitating life. In either case, the Republican presidential front-runner's foreign policy plan, which was released over the Easter holiday, is a dead ringer for something that could have been released by his transgressive political double on Netflix: Frank Underwood, the fictitious president on House Of Cards, who is played by actor Kevin Spacey.