Trump's Wife Remains Private Despite Prospect Of PresidencyIf that prospect evokes no clear image, that's no accident. Donald Trump's wife has said little in the campaign about the type of first lady she'd like to be should her husband win the Republican nomination and the presidency. The distance, she's said, is intentional so she can focus on the couple's 9-year-old son, Barron.
Some Democrats Fear Clinton's Message Is FailingHillary Clinton has questioned Bernie Sanders' electability. She's criticized his plans for health care, foreign policy and Wall Street. And she's tagged him with flip-flopping on gun control. None of it appears to be sticking, say some Democrats who have raised concerns that a months-long primary campaign could create lasting damage for their party.
Rubio In Home State Vowing To Solve National Debt CrisisRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said Monday he will solve the nation's debt crisis by reforming Medicare and Social Security, forcing Congress to balance the federal budget and promoting economic growth.