United States election 2016: Trump and Clinton look to cement leads

Marco Rubio: "This little guy has lied so much about my record". "The other candidates are likely to stay in the race for the next few weeks". When there were some foul balls, be able to call them and see if I can't keep people guided on the path to becoming our next president.

Chris Rock applauded for his opening monologue

Chris Rock applauded for his opening monologue

He joked that "unemployed people" had asked him to boycott the show, "The big question: Why this Oscars?". Chris, you should quit'. "I thought about quitting", Rock admitted later. After several awards were presented, Rock introduced a surprise guest: "Clueless" actress and Fox News commentator Stacey Dash, who walked onstage to say, "Happy Black History Month".

Donald Trump Assures America He is Well-Endowed

The race for the Republican nomination, dominated by insults and name-calling, has seen Trump's once-unlikely candidacy morph into an increasingly likely bid for his party's nomination for the November ballot. "I'm not running for president", he said. It wasn't until the second half of the debate when candidates began to discuss issues with fewer attacks on Trump .

Donald Trump Releases Health Care Plan To Replace Obamacare

While the law created subsidies for middle-income Americans to help defray the cost of buying health insurance, the cost of private health insurance plans remained prohibitive for many Americans. Trump issued a familiar Republican call to repeal the Affordable Care Act - Obamacare - and also said individuals should be allowed to deduct all of their insurance premiums from the income tax they owe.

Arkansas voters cast presidential primary votes

Arkansas voters cast presidential primary votes

But Clinton holds a commanding lead over the Vermont the race for the nomination overall with the support of 445 superdelegates compared to just 18 superdelegates for Sanders. Among Democrats who say they're dissatisfied with the federal government, two-thirds voted for Clinton. State Democratic Party Chairman Vince Insalaco said he believed Arkansas could be back in play in November if Clinton faced Trump in the general election.

Powerful Oscar Performance By Lady Gaga Brings Audience To Tears

Toward to the end of this rendition, Gaga was joined on stage by other women who have suffered through this frightful ordeal, as they surrounded the singer and had message scrawled on their arms such as "Survivor" and "It's Not Your Fault".