Monday, September 25, 2017 | Updated at 2:39 PM ET

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A contest for one seat in the House has injured a reporter and sent shockwaves through Washington.

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A federation comprising of 56 unions, representing more than 12 million members, have voted to endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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It might have been an awkward meeting between President Barack Obama and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who met earlier on Thursday, only for Obama to later announce his support for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has claimed the presumptive presidential nominee for the Democratic Party on Tuesday night following

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The California presidential primary is on Tuesday, home to the largest number of pledged delegates at stake for either Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

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The results are slowly trickling in but it does appear Hillary Clinton will win her second Puerto Rico presidential primary.

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The Indiana presidential primary provided some Latino groups a clearer picture of the general election as Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, suspended his campaign, which improves Donald Trump’s bid for the White House.

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Indiana is home to 167,000 Latino eligible voters, and while not all of the electorate will turnout on Tuesday, the Indiana primary will still play a crucial role in Ted Cruz’s presidential aspirations.

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The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), the largest Hispanic business organization in the country, has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Party's nomination and Ohio Gov. John Kasich for the GOP's ticket.

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Primary Results for Latest Super Tuesday Could Improve Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Odds to Party Nominations

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New York favored its own on Tuesday as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were victorious in their respective presidential primary elections.

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The two remaining Democratic presidential hopefuls have both vowed to nominate Latinos for key cabinet posts in hopes of securing the support of what could be the most critical voting bloc in the 2016 race for the White House.

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Republicans can rest at ease this Easter weekend, but for Democrats there are three presidential primary elections taking place.

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For California Latinos, the top issues are jobs, the economy and the state's water crisis, and these could factor in their preference among presidential candidates.

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are the clear front-runners for their respective parties based on the results of a new Quinnipiac University nationwide poll.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., had a good night on March 22 as he secured several dozen new delegates in his bid for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.

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