Defying mounting pressure from some party leaders to bow out, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton told The Washington Post she will stick it out through the remaining primaries. (Report: P.Hall)
Democrat Barack Obama is losing his edge over Hillary Clinton, after a much-acclaimed speech on race that pundits said had failed to defuse voters' anger over rage-filled sermons by his former pastor. (Report: M.MacCarthy)
More than 11,000 pages of former first lady Hillary Clinton's White House schedules were released Wednesday. The records reveal nearly all of her meetings and social activities while her husband, Bill Clinton, served as president.
As the Mississippi primaries get under way Tuesday, Democratic front-runner Barack Obama dismissed opponent Hillary Clinton's hints that she would take him on as vice- president, accusing her of political games.
Democrat Barack Obama took an early lead over rival Hillary Clinton in Saturday's caucus as their tight race left them battling for every nominating delegate. With 78 percent of the vote counted, Obama was ahead 59 to 40 percent.
Barack Obama still leads the delegate count, but Hillary Clinton's big wins in Ohio and Texas prove she's still very much in the race. So what do Tuesday's votes mean for both parties and for how much longer will we be talking about these primaries?