This has been the wildest and most unpredictable presidential campaign in memory, and no one has voted yet.
There's no law saying it can't get even crazier. With Donald Trump and Ted Cruz leading the Republican field and Bernie Sanders threatening to torpedo Hillary Clinton, some Americans are worried they will be faced with only unthinkable options on the November ballot.
One of those people has the means to do something about it: Michael Bloomberg.
The former New York mayor is considering a run as an independent. His thinking reportedly is that if the two major parties shun experienced and relatively centrist contenders, there will be a big gap in the middle of the...