Election Top Stories

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore residents will head to the polls just one day ahead of the anniversary of the worst riot the city has seen in more than 40 years. The April 26 primary will help determine who will lead the city for the next four years. Shortly after the 2015 unrest,...
CHICAGO (AP) — All that talk of an angry America? An Associated Press-GfK poll finds that most Americans are happy with their friends and family, feel good about their finances and are more or less content at work. It's government, particularly the federal government, that's...
CHICAGO (AP) — An Associated Press-GfK poll finds that most Americans are happy with their friends and family, feel good about their finances and are more or less content at work. It's government, particularly the federal government, that's making them see red. Almost 8 in 10...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The rigging of a telephone poll questioning whether Donald Trump symbolized what makes America a great country made its way into a White House memorandum prepared in 1993 for President Bill Clinton. The 23-year-old memo was among about 200 pages of documents...
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey man is facing a fine for flying flags that support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Joseph Hornick thought West Long Branch police were responding to his reports that the flags proclaiming "Trump Make America Great Again...
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders hope to ride voter energy into victories in Monday's Iowa caucuses, as Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton bank on sophisticated get-out-the vote operations that have been months in the making. The caucuses kick off voting in the 2016...
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush would get rid of food stamps, housing assistance and other federal safety net programs if elected, replacing them with a scheme to let states figure out how to deal with poverty. "Governor Bush’s empowerment agenda for the 21st century...