President Obama formally endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Thursday, nudging Sen. Bernie Sanders to drop out of the race.
In his endorsement, Obama said: “I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office.”
The Supreme Court is expected to decide one of the most important abortion cases in more than two decades this week.
Richmond Police say one person arrested for disorderly conduct outside the rally.
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Bernie Sanders said Tuesday he was “really disappointed” and “upset” that The Associated Press declared rival Hillary Clinton the presumptiv…
Powered by a solid triumph in California, Hillary Clinton declared victory in her yearlong battle for the heart of the Democratic party.
Jones will take on Reeves in November.
Hillary Clinton is heading into the last “Super Tuesday” with some extra momentum.
The polls are open across North Carolina for primary elections for Congress, the state Supreme Court and a handful of local races.
Clinton has 1,812 pledged delegates won in primaries and caucuses. She also has the support of 571 superdelegates.
The Supreme Court will review a districting plan for the Virginia House of Delegates.
Hillary Clinton stands on the cusp of having enough delegates to claim the Democratic presidential nomination.
The Clinton official watch party will be held at the Catch N Release on Towne Centre Way in Hampton.
Former Vice Mayor and City Councilman Charles Whitehurst died Saturday on his birthday.