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trump-052016.jpg While the Wall Street Journal has not always been the biggest fan of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, the newspaper's editorial board praised the real estate tycoon's list of potential Supreme Court nominees.

HillaryClinton-campaign-051916.jpg Recent polls have indicated that some traditionally Republican and Democratic states could be in play in the presidential election, but the results of a new Quinnipiac University poll suggest New Jersey is likely to remain solidly blue.

DonaldTrump-051916.jpg Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will likely be facing off against Hillary Clinton in the general election, but the real estate tycoon has also taken time to attack her husband former President Bill Clinton.

Hilary2-051816.jpg While recent surveys have suggested likely Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's high unfavorable ratings could put some traditionally conservative states in play this year, the results of a new WBUR poll also showed a tight race in New Hampshire.

Hilary-051816.jpg In the months leading up to the launch of her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton made millions of dollars in book royalties and speaking fees, the Democratic frontrunner revealed Tuesday night.

obama-051816.jpg As part of an effort to help grow middle-class wages, the Obama administration has announced a new rule intended to extend overtime protections to 4.2 million Americans who are not currently eligible. The rule announced by the Labor Department on Wednesday will double the salary threshold indicating overtime eligibility.

sanders-041416.jpg Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has been projected to win the Oregon Democratic primary, keeping alive his long shot bid for his party's nomination for president. With two thirds of the vote counted, Sanders had 53 percent of the votes and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had 47.0 percent. Sanders...

sanders-051716.jpg While there has been some hand-wringing among Democrats about whether Bernie Sanders supporters will get behind Hillary Clinton, the Vermont Senator's campaign said he is committed to preventing Donald Trump from becoming president.

hilary-051716.jpg Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton continues to lead likely Republican nominee Donald Trump in a potential general election matchup, although the results of a new NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll found that the former Secretary of State's advantage has narrowed to just three points.

DonaldTrumpCampaign1-051616.jpg Georgia has not been won by a Democratic presidential candidate since 1992, but the results of a new Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll suggest the Peach State could be in play in a race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

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