First there was radio. Then came TV. Now everyone's streaming from the floor on Snapchat.
Donald Trump used the same two-word phrase during his speech Thursday night at the RNC.
Many have been having it both ways with Trump—condemning his racism, sexism and gratuitous provocations, but refusing to say when he has gone too far.
Despite widespread fear leading up to the Republican convention in Cleveland, violence has not marred the event.
Some of the demonstrators tried to set an American flag on fire near the crowded entrance to the arena where Republicans made Donald Trump their presidential nominee.
Meredith McIver, a Trump staffer, admitted to not checking first lady Michelle Obama's speeches after speaking with Melania Trump.
For those who want to laugh lest they cry about the state of American politics, Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee and others take on the Republican National Convention.
Amid some lies and open misogyny, the streets of Cleveland on Day 2 of the RNC were unexpectedly peaceful and friendly.
As character witnesses for their father, Don Jr. and Tiffany salvaged what could have been a disastrous night for the GOP.
Trump narrowed his deficit against Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to 7 percentage points from 15 points late last week.
Donald Trump became the official Republican Party nominee on Day Two of the RNC, and Dr. Ben Carson connected Hillary Clinton to Lucifer.
The move comes as Donald Trump continues to accuse presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton of being too close to Wall Street.