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Donald Trump officially has enough delegates for nomination

He needed 1,237 delegates and reportedly has support from 1,238. Video provided by Newsy         

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Spending Bill Fails as Republicans Oppose Gay Rights Provision

The House energy and water bill failed after conservatives voted against their own legislation rather than acquiesce to a bipartisan amendment.

May 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

In op-ed, Hatch discusses meeting with Garland that hadn't happened

Early Thursday morning The Deseret News, a Utah based publication, accidentally published an op-ed from Hatch that said despite meeting with Garland his ...

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Trump's Veepstakes: Who is Michael Flynn?

Donald Trump, in dropping hints about his potential running mate, has said that he is looking for a "political person" who could help him with the workings of ...

May 26 CNN POLITICS

The best of Trump's worst insults

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump dishes out some of the most creative insults in politics.

May 26 CNN POLITICS

USA TODAY VP Power Rankings: Corker tops list, Gingrich back in play

We polled a group of political observers and activists each week prior to the Iowa caucuses to produce the GOP Power Rankings and went back to them to ask who ...

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Obama: World leaders 'rattled' by Trump

Leaders who had criticized Donald Trump are now mostly mum, in case he gains presidency.         

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

1,237

Donald Trump has the delegates to clinch the GOP presidential nomination, according to a CNN delegate count Thursday.

May 26 CNN POLITICS

World Leaders ‘Rattled’ by Donald Trump, Obama Says

“I think it’s fair to say that they are surprised by the Republican nominee; they are not sure how seriously to take some of his pronouncements,” Mr. Obama ...

May 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Poll finds Clinton, Sanders virtually tied in California

California is anyone’s game on the Democratic side, according to a new Public Policy Institute of California survey.         

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON