• In this May 5, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a photo with supporters at the end of a campaign stop at East Los Angeles College in Los Angeles.  Bernie Sanders' campaign is mining deep into voter data from Hispanic enclaves, scouting for hidden supporters in an effort to undercut Hillary Clinton in a contest that he has vowed to fight to the end. Clinton ran up a 2-1 advantage with Hispanics in her 2008 win in California over Barack Obama and is making a strong push to do that again.  (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

    Latino vote in California targeted by Clinton, Sanders

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bernie Sanders’ image gazes out from a corner storefront in Boyle Heights, a Hispanic enclave known for its plump burritos and a plaza where mariachis strum guitars. It’s here that his campaign is going house to house to cut into Hillary Clinton’s advantage with Latino voters.

  • In this photo taken May 7, 2016, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Spokane, Wash. Donald Trump faces a struggle proving himself to white, suburban women, who could be crucial in the November general election.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

    In swing-state suburbs, white women are skeptical of Trump

    WESTERVILLE, Ohio (AP) — For Donald Trump to win the White House in November, he’ll need the votes of women like lifelong Republican Wendy Emery.

  • In this photo taken May 7, 2016, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Spokane, Wash. Donald Trump faces a struggle proving himself to white, suburban women, who could be crucial in the November general election.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

    In swing state suburbs, white women are skeptical of Trump

    WESTERVILLE, Ohio (AP) — For Donald Trump to win the White House in November, he’ll need the votes of women like Elizabeth Andrus.

  • In this May 17, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., greets supporters after speaking at a rally in Carson, Calif.  Bernie Sanders' campaign is mining deep into voter data from Hispanic enclaves, scouting for hidden supporters in an effort to undercut Hillary Clinton in a contest that he has vowed to fight to the end. Clinton ran up a 2-1 advantage with Hispanics in her 2008 win in California over Barack Obama and is making a strong push to do that again.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

    Sanders breaks with White House on Puerto Rican rescue plan

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is breaking with the Obama administration and House lawmakers over a plan to restructure Puerto Rico’s $70 billion in debt, saying the legislation would make “a terrible situation even worse.”

  • In this picture taken Thursday, May 19, 2016, a man walks past election posters of Alexander van der Bellen, candidate for the presidential elections and former head of the Austrian Greens, right, and Norbert Hofer, candidate for presidential elections of Austria's right-wing Freedom Party, FPOE, left, in Vienna, Austria, Thursday, May 19, 2016. Austrians will vote a new president on Sunday, May 22. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)

    Absentee ballot count to decide dead-heat Austrian election

    VIENNA (AP) — With all direct ballots counted in Austria’s presidential election Sunday, a right-wing politician was in a statistical dead heat with a challenger whose views stand in direct opposition to his rival’s anti-immigrant and Eurosceptic message.

  • A Vietnamese couple pass a poster of U.S President Barack Obama with footnote read "Welcome to our city", hanging in a door front in Hanoi, Vietnam on Sunday, May 22, 2016. Obama is expected to land in Hanoi on Monday for a three-day state visit to Vietnam. There's high hope for his visit, both from the government, which wants him to lift an arms export embargo, and from rights activists who want him to hold to account a leadership seen as treating its critics abysmally. (AP Photo/ Hau Dinh)

    Vietnam votes for rubber-stamp assembly before Obama visit

    HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Just hours before President Barack Obama’s first visit to Vietnam, the country voted Sunday in once-every-five-year elections for a rubber-stamp parliament whose membership has already been largely determined by the Communist Party.

  • A look at verbal U-turns by Philippines’ likely next leader

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Rodrigo Duterte kept Filipinos guessing for months last year whether he would run for president. He repeatedly declared that he wouldn’t, then cited different reasons when he finally did. On the campaign trail, he flipped and flopped on a number of key pronouncements. That has made it difficult to discern when the brash Duterte, who spikes his speeches with sarcasm and hyperbole for added punch, is serious or, in his own words, is “just taking you for a ride.”

  • The Latest: New Mexico Republicans seek support for Trump

    SANDIA PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — The Latest on the state convention for the Republican Party of New Mexico (all times local):

  • In this photo taken May 7, 2016, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Spokane, Wash. Donald Trump faces a struggle proving himself to white, suburban women, who could be crucial in the November general election.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

    In swing state suburbs, white women are skeptical of Trump

    WESTERVILLE, Ohio (AP) — For Donald Trump to win the White House in November, he’ll need the votes of women like lifelong Republican Wendy Emery.

  • Leadership tensions simmer at New Mexico GOP convention

    SANDIA PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Republicans voted out a representative to the party’s national committee on Saturday in a leadership shake-up tied to frustrations over the state’s lagging economy and hardball tactics against Democrats.