Mr. Sanders, who announced last week he would lay off hundreds of workers, raised about $20 million less for his insurgent campaign in April than he did in March.
Many political analysts say Dilma Rousseff’s slow-motion downfall is tied to an autocratic persona and a go-it-alone work style that has driven away scores of political allies.
A poll of Indiana Republicans shows Mr. Trump with 49 percent of the vote, Mr. Cruz with 34 percent, and Gov. John Kasich with 13 percent heading into the state’s primary on Tuesday.
The gravitational pull of Mr. Trump’s recent primary landslides is drawing more Republicans toward him, threatening Mr. Cruz’s hopes of winning in a floor fight.
President Obama’s oldest daughter will defer her college career until after her father leaves office.
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A car bomb struck the entrance of a Turkish police station Sunday in the southern city of Gaziantep, killing two police officers and wounding 22 other people, according to the state-run Anadolu Agency.
Closed factories and lost jobs are driving economic themes as the state votes on Tuesday, but this Midwestern manufacturing hub is no image of decline.
The president turned repeatedly to Republicans’ nominating contest for comedic fodder at the annual press corps event.
An International Jazz Day concert at the White House, only the third of its kind, included performances by Aretha Franklin, Herbie Hancock and musicians from around the world.
Father Berrigan, a Jesuit priest and poet, defiantly protested the Vietnam War and served time for his acts of civil disobedience.
Coping in isolation. Sleeping when there is no silence. Getting enough protein. As three state lawmakers face sentencing, former politicians who have served offer their advice.
Former Gov. Pete Wilson of California used a surprise appearance before the state’s Republican convention Saturday to endorse Senator Ted Cruz, warning that the nomination of Donald J. Trump could lead to political ruin for the party’s candidates this November.
The government, hampered by red tape and political turmoil, is unable to take full advantage of $4.1 billion in aid, and some donors are growing restless.
It was the most ivory ever destroyed at one time, representing 6,000 to 7,000 dead elephants.
Hundreds breached the razor wire of Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone, long seen as a symbol of a government detached from ordinary Iraqi citizens.
Traditional forest dwellers, known for their capacity to cooperate, have become embroiled in and displaced by one of the conflicts that typify the Democratic Republic of Congo as an election crisis looms.
Supporters of President Hassan Rouhani won more seats in parliamentary runoffs, but failing to gain a majority limits their ability for significant reforms.
Thieves used the Swift network to steal $81 million from Bangladesh’s central bank in February, raising concerns about vulnerabilities within the system.