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For decades, the Golden State has been the 800-pound irrelevant primary gorilla, but this year Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders spent big on ads.
Make no mistake, when it comes to the alumnae, Wellesley College is Hillary country. But the opinion's not unanimous.
Nearly 39 million people live in California, and looking at Tuesday's primary ballot, you'd think every one of them is running for U.S. Senate.
Hillary Clinton has secured a majority of delegates to the Democratic National Convention, NBC News projected.
Jeb Hensarling outlines a plan to undo Dodd-Frank and overhaul and rename the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commends Russian efforts in Syria ahead of his third visit to Moscow since September.
Longtime Republican donor Foster Friess echoed Trump's skepticism about whether a Muslim federal judge could be unbiased in some court decisions.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen struck a generally positive tone on the U.S. economy — despite Friday's weak jobs report.
BuzzFeed won't be accepting advertising money from the Republican National Committee, citing presumptive nominee Donald Trump as the main reason.
Hillary Clinton won the Puerto Rico primary Sunday, edging her closer to become the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party, NBC News reports.
Some 60 percent of business economists say that uncertainty about the November election is hurting the U.S. economy, according to a survey.
The U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, the last under President Obama, could take on a different tone from previous years.
David French, widely touted as a potential independent presidential candidate in 2016, says he will not mount a White House bid, NBC News reports.
If Hillary Clinton can disqualify Donald Trump as a madman risking our national security, the jobs report won't matter, Politico's Ben White says.
The dramatically weaker May employment report may be a sign productivity is starting to turn the corner, says ex-Obama economic aide Austan Goolsbee.
Donald Trump supporters were in short supply at this week's Code Conference, an invitation-only gathering of tech and media elites.
A lot of investors and economists are making the case that the jobs report was a weird, one-off, statistical glitch. They may well be wrong.
The Democratic candidate lambasted Donald Trump's foreign policy platform as "dangerously incoherent" in a speech that cast him as a laughable figure.
Bernie Sanders is doing a "good thing in terms of bringing more people into the process," says Brian Fallon, national spokesperson for the Hillary Clinton campaign.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday on Twitter that he would be voting for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.