President Obama made history on Friday by becoming the first U.S. sitting president to visit the Hiroshima bomb site in Japan. The city was destroyed 71 years ago by the world’s first atomic bomb, dropped by American forces. Prior to his arrival, a large crowd gathered by the memorial site. President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister […]
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During a victory speech Tuesday in California, Sanders told supporters he planned to stay in the race “’til the last ballot is cast,” dismissing calls for him to drop out.
After causing a stir for attempting to auction off the firearm used to kill Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman is still determined to sell the gun. According to reports, Zimmerman will repost the gun on an auction site for the third time. When he first put the firearm on the auction block, he priced the gun […]
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders won West Virginia’s primary Tuesday, signaling trouble for front-runner Hillary Clinton “in industrial states in the November general election,” reports Reuters. While the defeat slowed her coronation for the nomination, according to the news outlet, Clinton is still heavily favored to become her party’s candidate in the Nov. 8 election to face presumptive […]
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump won their party’s respective primary contests Tuesday night in Indiana. Trump’s win forced Ted Cruz to announce he will be suspending his campaign for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. Here’s a look at the latest Republican delegate count: Donald Trump: 1053 delegates Ted Cruz: 572 delegates John Kasich: 156 delegates 1,237 delegates are needed […]
As Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is fond of saying, he is “winning by a lot of delegates” ahead of Indiana’s pivotal primaries. The same measure could be applied to his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who also leads her competitor, Bernie Sanders.
Sanders told reporters, “We intend to fight for every vote in front of us and for every delegate remaining.”
In an interview, the Vermont Senator said he needed less people moving forward, adding that the campaign needed to focus on the last 10 states as opposed to 50 states.