This American primary season has been unlike any other election in recent memory, if not United States history.
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A series of data breaches overseas are spurring concerns that hackers could manipulate elections in the United States.
Here in the US, the 2016 election cycle has been plagued by cynicism, as all the candidates for the Highest Office in the Land seem to be puppets of special interests.
Donald Trump won the Arizona Republican primary with 47% of the vote to second place Ted Cruz with 25%.
Carly Fiorina sings on stage after Ted Cruz announced she is his choice for Vice President if he is able to win the Republican party's nomination.
Donald Trump will likely wind up winning the most primary votes of any GOP presidential candidate in modern history, the author of the influential Smart Politics blog told The Post on Wednesday.
Kathleen Matthews, wife of MSNBC host Chris Matthews, was trounced Tuesday evening in Maryland's 8th Congressional District Democratic primary, but her husband's employer made no mention this defeat in its election coverage.
Elections are meaningless power rituals that only pit personas against each other in an establishment-endorsed Two Minutes Hate. So if these political wrestlemania matches don't change society, what does?
More than half of American voters believe that the system U.S. political parties use to pick their candidates for the White House is "rigged" and more than two-thirds want to see the process changed, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
2016 Campaign's Populist Tone Rankles America's CEOs … Chief executives at big American companies are increasingly frustrated by the populist tone of the presidential campaign, and concerns are mounting in boardrooms and corner offices that an
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump said on Sunday that he's only interested in winning the GOP nomination on the first ballot by reaching 1,237 delegates before the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, in July.
The presidential election is increasingly being waged online, giving an outsized influence to Internet powerbrokers.
In an interview posted on Swiss Finanz und Wirthschaft, Jeff Gundlach unleashes his deep ir, and in traditional style, offloads on both the Fed and all central banks, sayng that "negative interest rates are the dumbest idea ever", adding that the Fed
Revolutionizing Open-source Blockchain Voting Software
Pat Buchanan went on Hannity to discuss the state of the Republican primary race.
U.S. Republican officials began meeting on Wednesday, a day after Donald Trump's crushing victory in a New York presidential nominating contest, and said he has been winning growing acceptance within their ranks - but they want to see the billionaire
Candidates will seek to win delegates in each state's contest to capture their party's nomination for the presidency. Delegate totals are from The Associated Press. Read more to learn about how election results work.
New York voters battled closed polling stations and broken machines Tuesday morning during the city's first relevant primary in decades.
No Matter Who Wins, the American People Lose: "The Election Will Only Determine Who Will Continue The Erosion"
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus reiterated to House Republicans Tuesday morning that the party's eventual nominee will have to earn 1,237 delegates, and that any change in the GOP's nominating rules will have to be approved by a
NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- With less than 24 hours until the presidential primary, a group of New Yorkers who saw their party affiliations mysteriously switched are filing a lawsuit Monday seeking to open the state's closed primary so that they can cas
People are arguing and fighting. It's all over the internet and Social Media… Why?
Ron Paul is back to smash more popular myths! Can anyone really be "qualified" for the what the presidency has morphed into? Donald Trump wants other nations to pay the U.S. for defending them. Why is the U.S. defending other nations in the first pla