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April 23, 2016 11:42 AM In Pennsylvania, Clinton plays up her local ties — just as she did in N.Y. last week

SCRANTON, Pa. — If all politics is local, Hillary Clinton is hoping she can be a local in more than one place. After a blowout victory in New York and a relentless focus on her hometown credentials there, Clinton is now playing up her ties to delegate-rich Pennsylvania. Her father, born and reared in Scranton, “thought it was God’s country,” Clinton 48

April 23, 2016 1:55 AM In Pa., Sanders offers mixed signals on approach to Clinton

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Bernie Sanders is sending mixed signals on whether he will persist in his pointed critique of Hillary Clinton’s record as some Democrats urge the party to coalesce around the former secretary of state. Sanders largely gave Clinton a pass at a town hall meeting in Gettysburg on Friday, except by implication, but later devoted a section 82

April 22, 2016 11:45 PM The desperate scramble for Bernie's secret weapon

The fate of Sanders' golden catalog of donors and volunteers — his email list — is the talk of the Democratic Party. Bernie Sanders shows no sign of dropping out of the presidential race anytime soon, but the vultures are already circling over his email list — perhaps the most coveted and valuable catalog of potential voters and donors in the Democratic 44

April 22, 2016 10:33 AM The Best Prince Pop Culture Moments You Probably Forgot About

When tragedies like this happen, people often gather together to tell stories of the person we've lost, to start a discussion about what made them so special and unique. But when it comes to Prince, who tragically passed yesterday at 57, the world has been doing that for decades. We've all been enjoying the beauty of his music and the power of his live performances 64

April 22, 2016 9:00 AM Donald Trump’s More Accepting Views on Gay Issues Set Him Apart in G.O.P

Of course, Mr. Trump is not as embracing of gay rights as the Democratic candidates are; he said during this campaign that he believes that marriage is between a man and a woman, a position he has held since at least 2000, when he briefly flirted with a bid for the presidency. But he does not emphasize marriage as an issue, and he makes no mention of it, for example 90 8

April 22, 2016 8:13 AM Lo, the lowly stump speech — backbone of a candidate’s day

WASHINGTON — Day after day, the candidates for president wake up, brush their teeth and pump themselves up to say the same thing they did yesterday. Most of what they say won’t make the evening news, or get tweeted or repeated. But that spiel they repeat, with variations, to audience after audience in state after state, is a campaign essential 62

April 22, 2016 2:08 AM How Radio is Paying Tribute to Prince

"He was a pretty impressive guy and I would certainly not feel shy about calling him a genius," said SiriusXM host Marc Goodman Rock icon Prince’s sudden death on Thursday (April 21) was a crushing blow to music fans, one to which radio stations responded with immediate tributes to celebrate his legacy and help listeners grieve. SiriusXM host Marc Goodman 108

April 21, 2016 11:27 PM Pele discusses his new film

NEW YORK - Brazilian soccer legend Pele, in New York for the premiere this week of a new movie about his career at the Tribeca film festival, said he hopes the film will inspire a new generation of players. “What we're going to pass to the youngsters, to the new generation, is how to behave to be there. That is very important to me and I thank God to give me this opportunity 53

April 21, 2016 7:24 PM Why You Can’t Listen to Prince’s Music After His Death

Prince’s career-long battle against record label tyranny and championing of artists’ right to be paid is exactly why you can’t find any of his music online to listen to today. The first stop: Twitter, where we publicly unload our hashtag #sadness. The next stop is more private, more intimate: the playlists in which we revisit their music, mourn to their 52

April 21, 2016 7:10 PM A Prince for every occasion: He created his own borderless genre—and always sounded exactly like himself

Funk, soul, R&B, rock, pop, blues—Prince conquered them all, and championed female artists along the way Last week, when TMZ reported that Prince’s plane made an emergency landing so he could be rushed to the hospital, we all collectively held our breath. 2016 has been an uncommonly bad year for musician deaths, and the loss of David Bowie, Glenn Frey and countless 144