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According to several polls, it looks like Donald Trump could take New York while Hillary Clinton maintains a lead in the battle for New York delegates.
Nearly seven-in-10 registered voters say they couldn't see themselves supporting Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
Bernie Sanders is gaining on his rival Hillary Clinton. But here's why he wins, even if he loses, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Larry Lindsey, The Lindsey Group CEO, explains why he gives Ted Cruz top grades because of his tax reform plans. Cruz really moves the needle when it comes to competitiveness, says Lindsey.
I think Donald Trump has been able to classify himself as an "outsider," says Lisa Caputo, former Clinton press secretary, discussing Trump's front-runner status and sharing her thoughts on "Clinton" fatigue among some voters. And former Gov. George Pataki, (R-NY), explains why he thinks both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are horribly flawed yet maintain front-runner status.
CNBC's John Harwood provides of preview of the primary battle for New York delegates.
NBC News' Tracie Potts reports presidential candidates from both parties are making a final push ahead of Tuesday's primaries in New York.
The two major party frontrunners are broadly unpopular with the public, a new NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll showed.
James Pethokoukis, CNBC Contributor and American Enterprise Institute columnist, talks about the current state of the race to the White House for both parties.
Cruz has a targeted strategy in New York. But will it be enough to defeat Trump in the April 19 primary? Here's a breakdown from two GOP strategists.
Bernie Sanders just doesn't have the math to back up his plan to break up big banks and tax Wall Street, says this HFT advocate.
Presidential candidate reacts to Donald Trump's remarks on banks owning Ted Cruz, and Cruz shares his views of Wall Street.
Thursday's debate was the most contentious yet, and it came just days before the make-or-break New York primary on April 19.
Paul Ryan was convincing when he said he wouldn't accept the GOP nomination for president. But if you were listening, he hinted at what might be next.
Sara Fagan, DDC Advocacy, talks about Donald Trump's lead in the upcoming New York primary, and Bernie Sander's trip to the Vatican. Also Fagan shares her thoughts on the similarities between Trump and Sanders' view on trade and the likelihood of Trump capturing the delegates needed to get the GOP presidential nomination.
The GOP will do everyone a favor if they dump Trump, says Democratic strategist Margie Omero.
The GOP convention may be a complete disaster but that's not a bad thing. Here's why, says Jake Novak.
Christopher Probyn, chief economist at State Street Global Advisors, shares his opinion on U.S. politics and the presidential election candidates.
Discussing corporate America and funding the political conventions, with Sara Fagen, DDC Advocacy chief political strategist, and James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute economic policy analyst.
Trump is leading in the polls, but what do New Yorkers really think of him? Media strategist Mark Macias weighs in.