When he accepted the Republican nomination Thursday, Trump seemed both pissed off and happier than he's ever been in his life.
The GOP frontrunner toned down his rhetoric, but was light on details of the Trump doctrine, as he looks to change his image ahead of the general election.
If Donald Trump fails to win a majority, Marco Rubio's 171 delegates could play a big role in preventing him from getting the nomination in a contested convention.
Democrats Abroad has organized polling places world-wide on Super Tuesday, and there are 21 delegates up for grabs.
Clinton and Trump led the night with seven wins each, but Sanders and Cruz held their own with four and three victories, respectively. Rubio also scored his first win.
Two sitting Republican governors backed Trump's campaign Friday, as the party grows increasingly worried about "The Donald" becoming their nominee.
Hundreds of protesters set up camp outside the the high school where the incumbent New Jersey governor made his announcement.
Sen. Rand Paul is running for the GOP presidential nomination—and he's also vying for the title of "biggest net neutrality hater."