The archive of all headlines from May 11, 2016, organized by time of publication.
The victory by Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont does little to narrow Hillary Clinton’s nearly invincible lead in delegates. But it does force her to continue a distracting two-front battle: locking down the Democratic nomination and taking on Donald J. Trump.
Donald J. Trump has relied on his raucous rallies to build support rather than to embrace a traditional and more inclusive approach to unite the Republican Party.“You win the pennant and now you’re in the World Series — you gonna change?” Mr. Trump said.
Harris found herself under attack Tuesday night during a fiery debate where she was accused of putting her political ambitions ahead of serving Californians as state Attorney General and pressed about why she hasn't investigated police shootings. Politics
'L.A. is an international center of wealth, achievement, creativity and ambition. And the homeless crisis has us whipped?' Columnist Steve Lopez offers his ideas on how to begin to solve homelessness.L.A. County may seek state's help on 'millionaires tax' for homelessness
Trump arrives Thursday on Capitol Hill for a Republican congressional confab that's looking more like a showdown than a kumbaya moment for the party's presumed presidential nominee.Don't expect to see Donald Trump's tax returns this election cycle