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Republicans are coming apart at the seams as Donald Trump declares war on the party.

As NewsOne reported Tuesday, after losing his home state of Florida, Sen. Marco Rubio decided to suspend his campaign. Republican front-runner Donald Trump won primary elections in Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina, but suffered a huge loss in Ohio to Governor John Kasich.

As voters headed to the polls in five early voting states Tuesday, presidential candidates in both parties zig zagged across the country as they made last-ditch efforts to make an impression.

Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders is still feeling the burn after his "ghetto" remark.

While Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump bragged about his penis size at the start of Thursday night's raucous debate in Detroit, Michigan, the Flint water crisis was the 33rd question.

On Tuesday, voters in 12 states headed to the polls as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump work to expand their delegate count against their nearest challengers, according to The New York Times.

The remaining five Republican presidential candidates took to the stage Thursday at the University of Houston in the final debate ahead of the all-important Super Tuesday primaries next week.

Declaring his love for voters who swept him to victory Tuesday in the Nevada presidential caucuses, Donald Trump claimed his third straight victory in an early voting state.

Sen. Marco Rubio appeared on CNN this week and talked about an issue that few Republicans dare to discuss: Racism. Rubio (R-FL) said he understands…

After all of the political excitement this election season, including the dizzying and ceaseless Donald Trump Show, we will finally know the names of the winners of the Iowa Caucuses after the polls close at 10 PM CT on Monday.

NewsOne’s PolitickerOne blog tackles some of the most important topics in politics: Election 2016, moves by the Obama administration, voting rights, lawmaking, and the way…

In a desperate move to garner points at the third Republican presidential debate in Boulder, Colorado, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blamed President Barack Obama for "failing to support police officers."