Former Gov. Ed Rendell, (D-Pa.), and former Sen. Judd Gregg, (R-N.H.), parse the differences between the way Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will tackle tough issues, including energy.
Former Gov. Ed Rendell, (D-Pa.), and former Sen. Judd Gregg, (R-N.H.), weigh in on the controversial 2016 presidential campaign.
CNBC's John Harwood reports the general election began last night in Indiana after Donald Trump scores a big victory and Ted Cruz suspends his campaign. And Harwood says Hillary Clinton still faces a "pesky" challenge from Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump became the likely GOP nominee on Tuesday as top rival Senator Ted Cruz withdrew from the race.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an article in Politico titled "Republicans consider Clinton over Trump," and a piece in the New York Times that compares London Mayor Boris Johnson's tactics to Donald Trump.
Stan Collender, MSL Group says Donald Trump's win and Ted Cruz's exit likely closes off a third party option for the GOP, and weighs in on what Trump needs to do to attract voters as a viable winner in November. And Collender says although Bernie Sanders scores a win in Indiana he is all but mathematically eliminated as the Democratic nominee.
GOP front-runner Donald Trump wins the Hoosier State's primary while competitor Ted Cruz suspends his campaign. And Bernie Sanders takes Indiana while Hillary Clinton uses Trump's win as a campaign fundraiser, reports NBC News' Edward Lawrence.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders were projected to win the Indiana primary Tuesday, according to NBC News.
Could a Trump vs. Clinton presidential election be the ugliest one in history? Jake Novak has the answer.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are leading the polls for Indiana's primary, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
Stephen Hawking has admitted that he is stumped by the popularity of Donald Trump or why people would vote for Brexit.
A group of animal rights activists briefly interrupted a Bernie Sanders rally in Northern California when they jumped barricades.
Republican Donald Trump told a motorcycle rally on Sunday that people in the U.S. illegally often are cared for better than the nation's vets.
Based on historical data, a strategist explains why that Hillary Clinton's slumping campaign may be a problem for Wall Street.