It is now official. Seventeen candidates ran for the Republican presidential nomination, and the sixteenth of these just suspended his campaign. This leaves Donald Trump as the last man standing.
The presidential nomination race is finally getting closer and closer to being over. But it's not going to end quietly. The race is so close and in such contention, in fact, that presidential hopefuls on both sides are calling for a contested convention.
Fresh off a sweep of five Northeast states last week, Trump hopes a win in Indiana will put him within reach of the 1,237 delegates required to lock up the nomination.
Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary handily nearly three months ago, but state GOP officials are pushing a plan to
Party insiders are considering forcing a brokered convention, which would allow the GOP to select a new nominee who better
Could this be the year when Republicans see some sort of replay of what the Democrats went through in 1968?
When South Dakota's Republican activists convened in Pierre to pick their delegates to the Republican national convention
Reporters and headline writers, as well as the American people, could be in for another wild ride this year up through November. Hold your breath, because anything could happen. Ryan is perfectly positioned to emerge, once again, as his party's last-minute savior.
RNC We're concerned, Mr. Cruz, that you can't win. (Play: Ping) We propose you join John Kasich as his VP. (Play: Challenge
And that's why everyone is terrified.