Poll: Clinton would beat Trump in a general electionNew poll finds that Hillary Clinton would defeat Donald Trump 54% to 36% in a hypothetical general election match-up.
Trump and Clinton win ArizonaHillary Clinton and Donald Trump lock a victory in the Arizona primary.
Romney announces he will vote for CruzFormer presidential candidate says he will caucus for Cruz in Utah in an effort to block Donald Trump.
It's official: Clinton wins MissouriBernie Sanders says he will not seek a recount of results in Missouri, making Clinton win official.
Rubio suspends presidential campaignLoss to Trump in home state of Florida is final straw for Rubio's presidential bid.
Trump defeats Rubio in his home stateInitial tally shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are headed towards victory in Florida. In Ohio, Clinton and Kasich emerging as winners.
Clinton tackles Trump in 'Super Tuesday 3' victory speechFollowing victories in three states, Clinton challenges Trump over comments on immigrants and Muslims.
Obama, Clinton blast Trump's 'divisiveness'President and Democratic frontrunner blame Trump for the violent clashes outside his campaign event in Chicago.
Clinton wins Northern Mariana Islands caucusesHillary Clinton wins four delegates in Northern Mariana Islands Democratic caucuses. Sanders wins two.
Report: Ben Carson to endorse TrumpNeurosurgeon who suspended his presidential campaign set to endorse Donald Trump, sources say.
Trump urges Republicans to unite around himTrump says Republican party would be unbeatable if mainstream Republicans unite behind his candidacy.
Victories around the board on 'Super Tuesday 2'Clinton takes Mississippi while Sanders wins Michigan. Trump picks up Mississippi and Michigan, Cruz dominates Idaho.
Report: Rubio being advised to drop out before FloridaAdvisers to Florida Senator reportedly suggest he drop out of the presidential race before a possible defeat in his home state.
Bloomberg rules out presidential runFormer New York City Mayor says he will not run for president, explains the chances of him winning are slim.
Sanders defeats Clinton in MaineBernie Sanders declared the winner of the Maine Democratic caucuses, but Clinton still has more delegates.
Rubio wins Puerto Rico primary after poor Super SaturdayFlorida Senator Marco Rubio wins Puerto Rico primary, only his second win after Minnesota.
Cruz defeats Trump in Kansas, MaineSenator Ted wins in Kansas and Maine, battles with Donald Trump for Kentucky as primaries continue.
Trump and Clinton the big winners of Super TuesdayBillionaire and former Secretary of State projected to win the most states in Super Tuesday vote.
New England Patriots owner praises 'close friend' TrumpJewish philanthropist Robert Kraft stops short of endorsing Trump but hails him for his friendship.
Trump's rivals blast him over former KKK leader's endorsementMarco Rubio and Ted Cruz blast Trump for stuttering on David Duke's endorsement. Sanders weighs in as well.
Alabama Senator endorses TrumpSenator Jeff Sessions becomes the first senator to endorse billionaire Donald Trump for president.
Clinton secures victory in South CarolinaHillary Clinton projected to win South Carolina, an important victory ahead of Super Tuesday.
Trump: I'm Israel's best friendSpeaking to Israeli newspaper Israel Hayom, Republican frontrunner says his friendship with Israel is stronger than any other candidate's.
Christie endorses Trump for presidentDays after suspending his own campaign, New Jersey Governor endorses Donald Trump, while taking shots at Marco Rubio.
Senate Minority Leader endorses ClintonSenate Minority Leader Harry Reid says former Secretary of State would serve the middle class better, backs her for president.
Cruz fires communications director over false video of RubioCruz asks his communications director to resign after he distributed a video that falsely depicted Rubio dismissing the Bible.
Rubio denies Mitt Romney plans to endorse himRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio dismisses reports that 2012 candidate will endorse him as "false".
Jeb Bush suspends presidential campaignJeb Bush steps down following disappointing finish in the South Carolina primary.
Trump trounces competition in South Carolina primaryReal estate mogul receives more than 32% of the votes in South Carolina. Rubio narrowly beats Cruz for second place.
Clinton narrowly defeats Sanders in NevadaFormer Secretary of State wins 52% of the vote in Nevada caucuses.
Rivlin: Israel shouldn't be partisan issue in American electionPresident Reuven Rivlin addresses Conference of Presidents, says Israel should not become a divisive topic in this American election season.
Poll: Cruz leads Trump among national votersNBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds Ted Cruz with 28 percent support among Republican voters, ahead of Trump's 26%.
Poll: Trump and Clinton lead the way in South CarolinaDonald Trump has a 16-point lead while Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders by 18 points in South Carolina.
Two Republican candidates suspend presidential campaignAnd then there were seven: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and HP exec Carly Fiorina drop out of Republican race.
Sanders and Trump win in New HampshireCNN projecting that Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have won the New Hampshire primaries.
Trump: Hillary Clinton is 'evil'Republican presidential front-runner refers to Hillary Clinton as "in a certain way, evil" in a word association game.
Bloomberg confirms he is mulling a presidential bidFormer New York Mayor tells Financial Times he is looking at all the options when it comes to a possible presidential bid.
Trump and Sanders continue to lead in New HampshireMonmouth University poll finds Trump and Sanders lead in New Hampshire, with a close race for second place among GOPs.
Clinton and Sanders spar over Wall Street, ISISIn their first head to head debate since Iowa caucuses, Democratic candidates spar over a variety of issues.
Trump, Sanders hold advantage in New HampshireLatest polls give Sanders 20% lead over Clinton in New Hampshire, while Trump enjoys 29% of support on Republican side.
Trump: Cruz 'stole' the Iowa caucusesDonald Trump claims Republican rival stole the Iowa caucuses, calls for new vote.
Two Republicans drop out of presidential raceRand Paul and Rick Santorum end their presidential bids following disappointing results in Iowa.
Americans prefer Jewish president to Evangelical onePew Research Center survey finds U.S. voters least likely to choose a candidate who doesn’t believe in God.
Trump 'would love' to run against BloombergRepublican presidential frontrunner unfazed by the possibility that former New York Mayor might run as an independent.
Trump holds solid lead in Iowa, latest poll findsDonald Trump holds a commanding lead in Iowa, while Bernie Sanders takes control of the Democratic race, finds new CNN/ORC poll.
Clinton and Sanders spar on domestic issues - but not on IranHillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley gather for final Democratic debate before Iowa caucus.
Obama won't publicly endorse Democratic presidential candidateWhite House chief of staff says Obama will not publicly endorse a candidate before the 2016 Democratic primaries.
Trump reiterates call for temporary Muslim ban in first TV adRepublican presidential frontrunner unveils his first television ad of the presidential campaign, and once again fuels some controversy.
Senator Graham drops out of Republican raceSouth Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham steps down from presidential race after failing to gain traction.
Republicans blast Clinton over remarks on ISISRepublican presidential candidates lash out at Clinton for welcoming American strategy on ISIS at Democratic debate.
Security, ISIS and Trump the focus of GOP debateArutz Sheva brings you highlights from the first hour of the GOP debate in Las Vegas.
Biden rules out presidential runVice President announces he won't seek the presidency but says he will "not be silent".
Biden Close to Announcing Presidential Run, Reports SayAmerican news outlets say Vice President Biden is inching closer towards announcing his intention to run for president.
Democrats Want Biden to Run for President, Finds New PollAlmost half of American Democrats want Vice President to challenge Hillary Clinton in 2016 race, finds new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Clinton: Can a Muslim be President? YesHillary Clinton takes to Twitter to criticize Republican candidate Ben Carson over comments on a Muslim becoming president.
Ben Carson: I Wouldn't Support a Muslim PresidentRepublican presidential candidate causes uproar over comments on TV that he would not support a Muslim as President.
Trump Pledges Not to Run as an IndependentBillionaire signs a GOP pledge not to run as an independent in 2016, after personal appeal from the Republican Party chairman.