While Clinton has a huge lead in Louisiana thanks to its sizable black population, where Sanders has failed to gain traction, things are less clear in Kansas and Louisiana. Neither went on to win the nomination. Both were signed by President Bill Clinton while she was first lady. She then quickly turned to the next contest, Michigan, saying: "And I can tell you this - we're going to work for every vote ".
It was a jaw-dropping moment in a campaign that's been full of surprises from the beginning. Questioned about any number of issues, Trump signaled a willingness to deal. Cruz said that if the Washington establishment tried to steal the nomination from the GOP front-runner, now Donald Trump, it could cause a revolt.
Quoting an updated Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) report , he said that the vessel's crew would be deported to North Korea . The Pentagon on Thursday downplayed the risk from North Korea's nuclear arsenal, after Kim Jong-Un said the country's nuclear weapons must be ready for pre-emptive use at "anytime".
The decision was made following a speech by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, in which Nasrallah criticized Saudi Arabia for suspending an aid package to the Lebanese army. Around 90 Lebanese citizens have since been fired from their jobs in Saudi Arabia, according to media reports. FILE - In this August 14, 2015, file photo, Hezbollah fighters hold their group and Lebanese flags, ...
Cruz, a tea party favorite, said the results should send a loud message that the GOP contest for the nomination is far from over, and that the status quo is in trouble. Cruz won ME despite Gov. Paul LePage's endorsement of Trump. Candidates in Kentucky must get just 5 percent of the statewide vote to get delegates, and in Kansas and ME the bar is 10 percent.
The jury deliberated for almost ten hours after which they found Johnson guilty of one count of sexual activity with a child. She also hit out on those who called her a liar and abused her after he declared his innocence. Johnson gave evidence during the trial that he had admitted to Margaret Byrne, the club's chief executive, on 4 May previous year that he had kissed and groomed the female victim.