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British prime minister avoids Trump talk

David Cameron passes up chance to discuss Trump's campaign        

Poll: Trump, Clinton lead in Indiana — but not by much

Indiana voters favor Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but not by large margins, according to the first polling ahead of the state's May 3 p...        

Ben Carson’s Mysterious New York Surge Vanishes Upon Further Review

Though it appeared Ben Carson, who had dropped out of the Republican race, had actually beaten Senator Ted Cruz in some parts of New York, closer inspection showed he had received only a smattering of votes in the state's primary on Tuesday.

House Looks to State Coins to Avoid Confederate Mires

Disputes last year over Confederate symbols displayed on federal property effectively shut down the appropriations process, but as the process heats up this year, a House committee will replace state flags with state coins.

Prince once wrote song named for Donald Trump

A 1990 love tune was named for the New York businessman        

Trump to deliver foreign policy address on Wednesday

Trump has pledged to give a series of speeches in the coming weeks        

Actor: Working on 'Veep' makes me respect real-life lawmakers

Tony Hale says lawmakers face a 'whirlwind of decisions'        

For the Record: Sign ‘O the Times

Yeah, this election is important and all, but let's pause a moment this morning to honor Prince.        

Group Founded by Richard Nixon to Host Foreign Policy Address by Donald Trump

The speech next week at the National Press Club in Washington offers Mr. Trump the chance to address controversial statements he has recently made, including on the United States' role in NATO and the possibility of a nuclear-armed Japan and South Korea.

John Hoeven, G.O.P. Senator, Meets With Merrick Garland but Strongly Opposes Him

The North Dakota Republican said he was concerned about the Supreme Court nominee's perspective on gun rights and federal regulations that would affect those working in farming, ranching and energy sectors.

Donald Trump Opens $2 Million Ad Campaign in Pennsylvania

After winning the New York primary without any television advertising, Donald J. Trump is spending close to $2 million on ads in Pennsylvania alone, according to media buyers.

Republicans Reject Effort to Alter Rules on Allowing New Candidate at Convention

An R.N.C. panel rejected an effort to change the rules governing the party’s convention, batting away a move to make it harder for party leaders to draft a “white knight” candidate.

RNC member floats selling television rights to conventions

The ratings Donald Trump has brought to this year’s Republican nomination has GOP leaders wondering: Should they sell rights to cover debate...        

Hoosiers give most to Cruz, Sanders for third straight month

Hillary Clinton continues to be the top recipient of itemized contributions from Indiana.        

After dustup, Sean Hannity claims he's 'been more than fair' to Ted Cruz

The two clashed after Hannity asked about Cruz's delegate strategy.        

Poll gives Clinton, Trump top marks on national security

On-line poll shows Trump and Clinton most trusted on national security.        

Koch-Backed Group Disbands Its Intelligence Unit

The intelligence unit for the Koch brothers-backed political organization was broken up as the brothers have tried to refashion their public image.

Clinton holds large lead over Sanders in Maryland

Maryland is one of five states holding a primary on Tuesday.        

Amid rain of Prince tweets, Scott Walker nails it

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker had the best tweet about Prince's death        

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