The purpose of superdelegates was to save voters from political suicide, and while they have tended to follow public voting patterns in recent elections, 2016 could be different.
Republicans looking to retain the Senate are confident they can do so, no matter who the GOP presidential nominee is.
Much about the 2016 campaign has bewildered pundits, but the rise and fall of Carly Fiorina fit a classic pattern.
The 2016 election thus far has shown that party elites aren’t all-powerful – and they ignore restiveness in voter ranks at their peril.
The US Supreme Court's decision on Tuesday put the brakes on the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan. But this likely will not be the high court's last word on the matter.
It appears the blustery businessman will actually triumph in a storied electoral contest. What happens then?
Many Americans say they're independent voters, but tend to stick to one party, anyway. Granite Staters could be the real deal, adding to the primary's suspense.
The Ohio Governor's all-out push in New Hampshire makes him a real threat to Marco Rubio in Tuesday's primary, but what happens after that remains a big question mark.
Political spouses are just one kind of 'not-so-secret weapon.' Marco Rubio has a whole arsenal of 'not-so-secret weapons,' apparently.
The former US president's acerbic defense of his wife was not unprovoked, but it also points to a deeper frustration within the Clinton camp.