Democratic national convention
President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine will be center stage at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, said Clinton has "compassion" and "understanding."
Clinton shared the story of how he met his wife at Yale Law School in spring 1971.
It takes a brilliant orator to write a love letter to a woman he's managed to dishonor in the most humiliating way. There's only one person who could pull it off: Bill Clinton. And he did.
"Despite the fiction and fearmongering you've heard from the other party's nominee, violent crime has gone down since President Obama took office."
One Uber driver described the past two days as "nuts" and a "mess."
So much for party disunity.
Hillary Clinton became the first woman to head the ticket of a major party in United States history.
Michelle Obama delivered an impassioned endorsement of Hillary Clinton, focused on forging a prosperous nation for future generations.
The Bernie Sanders supporters were in full throat until the first lady managed to shift the mood.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman called the U.S.'s allegations about Russia the "typical sideshow".
Former President Bill Clinton is a headline speaker on Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was mocked throughout the speech.
Forget the first day's drama. By Thursday, the divisions in the Democratic Party will have vanished.
Trump dismissed any suggestion that Putin's intelligence services might have had a hand in hacking the Democratic National Committee's email system.
Speakers struggled to carry out business as angry Bernie Sanders supporters roared their disapproval.
Experts say the bump in support for the real estate mogul is related to last week's RNC.
Sanders supporters say the email scandal that ousted the party chairwoman will continue to alienate some, as will Clinton's choice of running mate.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz won't gavel in the four-day DNC that kicks off Monday.
The embattled congresswoman had faced fresh calls for her resignation in the wake of the DNC email leak scandal.
DNC chairperson will not appear at the party convention after leaked emails suggest the DNC preferred Clinton as candidate.
First there was radio. Then came TV. Now everyone's streaming from the floor on Snapchat.
The Democrats' gathering begins Monday and lasts through Thursday in the swing state of Pennsylvania.
DNC officials must answer for offensive tactics contained in leaked emails, but Sanders' supporters claims of a stolen primary go too far.
In 1924, John W. Davis was selected as the Democratic nominee after a record 103 ballots. This remains the longest selection process for a nominee.
Several big names seen as favorites in Hillary Clinton's running mate pool are included in the DNC speakers list.
While peaceable assembly is a cherished constitutional right, it can also be a double-edged sword.
Imagine that your favored candidate just endorsed a politician you hate. Now what?
After a contentious campaign, Democrats weren't in a hurry to push Bernie Sanders out the door.
Hillary Clinton may all but clinch the nomination this week but Sanders is battling for superdelegates—and a legacy.