President Obama told a young audience in Argentina that both capitalism and socialism (including Cuban Marxism) are both acceptable alternatives.
Trump widens his lead over Cruz, while Kasich watches, like a Siamese fighting fish, to take on the weakened survivor.
Utah Republicans are scheduled to begin their caucuses this evening at 7:00 p.m. MDT, but the balloting will already be underway via Internet voting when the caucuses begin.
Though the Mexican government and GOP big-wigs want to prevent Donald Trump from obtaining the Republican nomination, the math is increasingly persuasive, and the GOP's attempts to thwart Trump are sounding increasingly desperate.
The patience of GOP voters and members of the House Freedom Caucus is wearing thin with Paul Ryan's continued committment to big spending increases.
GOP insiders are playing with fire in considering taking the GOP nomination from Donald Trump, but they may do it anyway, so some party members are looking at steps to stop such a move.
Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) is accusing the Obama State Department of bypassing Congress and the Constitution in order to give $500 million to the UN Green Climate Fund.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has said some pretty audacious things, but Monday night during an MSNBC town hall she told host Chris Matthews that “We didn't lose a single person” in Libya. While it is understandable that the former secretary of state would like to forget Benghazi, it is beyond the reach of reason that she has actually done so.
While Hillary Clinton will almost certainly be the Democratic nominee in July, the current state of the Republican primaries could lead to a brokered convention in Cleveland.