Snow, power outages causing big flight delays in Denver

The storm was mainly hitting the eastern, flat halves of those states, shutting down long stretches of highways. The road reopened Wednesday afternoon, allowing passengers to escape to town, airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman said. After lengthy delays earlier in the day, all flights were halted at midday Wednesday because of awful visibility caused all the blowing snow. Service was restored around 9:30 a.m., but by 11 a.m.

California Could Give Trump Delegates to Win Nomination

Ted Cruz- in the delegate race, but hasn't yet hit the magical number of 1,237 to secure the Republican nomination. Paul Ryan brushing off the idea that he could be drawn into the presidential race, "It's not going to be me". People, especially people under 30, are not so much for Sanders as there are displeased with their other choice being Clinton. The Democrats had their last brokered convention in 1952, nominating Adlai Stevenson (who lost to Dwight D.

Snow storm shuts down Denver's airport

Snow storm shuts down Denver's airport

Denver International Airport halted all air traffic shortly after noon as a result of the conditions. Denver metro expects to see up to one foot of snow before Thursday. The storm was mainly hitting the eastern, flat halves of those states, shutting down long stretches of highways, including Interstate 70 from near the Denver airport to the Kansas border, a 500-mile stretch of Interstate 80 in Wyoming into Nebraska as well as Interstate 25 in northern Colorado and Wyoming.

Arizona Democratic Primary Results: Another Bernie Sanders Upset?

The Australian vote was part of a global primary held by Democrats Abroad that will send 13 delegates to the Democrat Convention in Philadelphia on July 25. A third challenge has been Clinton's mixed performance in the swing states that have already held their caucuses or primaries. So we have no reason to vote for Hillary in the general election.

Missouri Presidential Primary: Trump, Clinton Eke Out Victories

The GOP front-runner also said he'd skip a GOP debate scheduled for Utah on Monday , saying, "I think we've had enough debates". Mr. Sanders , who had just beat out Mrs. Clinton is ahead with 1,084 delegates, along with an enormous superdelegate lead. But he said that while "we know we've got a hill to climb", he was pleased his campaign was able to accumulate more delegates and he had a strategy to take his campaign to the summer convention in Philadelphia.

Who won in Missouri?

Who won in Missouri?

Sanders faces an uphill battle nationally as Clinton is more than two-thirds of the way to grabbing the 2,383 delegates she needs to clinch the nomination. Trump's win gives him 640 of the 1,237 delegates needed for the Republican nomination. He and Kasich are angling to keep Trump from securing the nomination outright.