Still formally a candidate, Sanders says he'll back Clinton in the fall.
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"This decision is also a stark reminder of the harm Donald Trump would do to our families, our communities and our country."
The Donald tries his hand at being presidential. We've been here before.
"That's even why he's attacking my faith," Clinton said. "Sigh."
Hillary Clinton is ahead but only just.
It's his first public admission that he is unlikely to be the Democratic nominee for president.
"She's been in the public eye for years and years, and yet there's nothing out there, there's like nothing out there," Trump said.
The presumptive Democratic nominee plans an all-out push to win young voters who felt the Bern.
"He's written a lot of books about business, they all seem to end at Chapter 11," Clinton said of Trump.
Democrats hope Lin-Manuel Miranda will help them excite young people at the DNC, Politico reported.
Hillary Clinton will visit the home of the controversial "bathroom bill" for a speech on the economy Wednesday.
"Crooked Hillary is about to invade your TV with ads attacking Mr. Trump," read a recent fundraising email from the candidate.
This will be key for defeating Donald Trump.
With primary behind her, Clinton's search for a running mate is on.
As terrorism fears mount, voters back Trump's hard-line policy.
Team Trump is chasing union voters who may not want to follow their leader.
Bernie Sanders is out, but Elizabeth Warren is being vetted, according to the 'Wall Street Journal.'
Nobody gave Trump a chance a year ago. That doesn't mean we should overlearn the lessons of the primary.
Ryan Crocker was surprisingly candid in expressing his disapproval of Obama's foreign policy.
Clinton widened her delegate lead over Sanders in the final primary of 2016.
Speaking in Pittsburgh, the Democratic nominee continues her assault on Trump.
The hacking attack also targeted both the Trump and Clinton campaigns and outside groups.
The lawmaker has no plans to change the door prize after the Orlando shooting massacre.
Clinton calls for a return to "the spirit of 9/12."
Trump may be playing into Clinton's hands by pronouncing himself an Orlando oracle.