Donald Drumpf and Hillary Clinton didn't win their parties' nominations on Super Tuesday -- but they both became much harder to beat.
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Given his growing lead in delegates, Donald Drumpf's main obstacle may now be not another candidate but the prospect of an open convention where no one has the votes for a first-ballot nomination.
One thing is clear: Democrats and Republicans had very, very different priorities Tuesday.
It’s called Super Tuesday for a reason. Today is the single biggest day of voting in the presidential race until November’s general election. Voters in 12 states and one territory will have a critical say in the course of the rest of the election. Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to...
Voters head to the polls in a dozen states, as the candidates make last-minute appeals for support.
The real estate mogul scores decisive wins in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Massachusetts.
Hillary Clinton has won the Arkansas Democratic primary and the American Samoa caucuses, according to a CNN projection. Donald Drumpf and Ted Cruz are in a close race in Arkansas. With her victory in the state where her husband was governor and she was first lady, Clinton has now won 5 states on Super Tuesday.
The biggest voting day of the 2016 presidential race is upon us.
Super Tuesday is likely to live up to its billing for Donald Trump. The first day of multiple-state voting looms large in a wild presidential race after early states trimmed the field and the brash billionaire and his army of outsider voters are positioned to send panic through the Republican establishment by tightening his grip on the party's nomination.
The biggest day of the primary season began in the mid-to-late 1980s when Southern Democrats pushed their states to move up to try and stop what they saw as liberal candidates who couldn't win.
The political brawl for the White House has weighed on stocks in 2016, amid high levels of uncertainty over which candidate will win their party’s nomination. But there’s a chance Wall Street might get some clarity after Super Tuesday if clear front-runners emerge from the remaining ranks of Republican and Democratic hopefuls.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are expected to up their delegate leads and pull away from their rivals. But those aren't the only things that could happen. Be ready for surprises.
A primer on one of election season's biggest days.
Super Tuesday can be a day of reckoning for campaigns - exposing candidates who can't complete on the national stage and instantly catapulting others to the nomination.
Donald Trump holds a strong lead among primary voters in conservative Super Tuesday states, a new poll shows.
We’re less than a week away from Super Tuesday, when roughly a quarter of the Republican delegates will be up for grabs. Reliable polling is still remarkably hard to come by for many of the 11 states voting on Tuesday, but by now it should come as no surprise which Republican is the favorite to have the best day: Donald J. Trump.
While religious groups rarely vote as a fully unified bloc, looking at the religious makeup of individual states can help in understanding the electoral landscape.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign has reserved time for television advertisements in at least four Super Tuesday states, according to media buying sources. The initial buys are in Minnesota, Colorado, Massachusetts, and Oklahoma and cost between $30,000 and $50,000 per state.