America's first female president would also come with America's first first gentleman, and Bill Clinton could transform the role – if Hillary lets him.
Bernie Sanders has thrown his support behind Hilary Clinton, but it remains to be seen whether his base will follow his lead.
Even as Hillary Clinton attempts to shatter what she has called 'the highest, hardest glass ceiling,' women remain significantly underrepresented at all levels of elected US office.
Clinton had her work cut out for her even before a scandal that confirmed Sanders' suspicions that the DNC was biased against him. His supporters are set to protest in Philadelphia.
Could polarization be a prelude to a renewal of 'From many, one?' You bet it could.
One-sided analysis doesn’t lead us to the truth. We must look at issues from multiple vantage points to truly see the whole picture.
Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz has agreed to resign as party chair following the release of Democratic National Committee emails from Wikileaks that suggest the DNC was not impartial during the primary.
On Monday night, first lady Michelle Obama gave a heartfelt endorsement of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention. TV commentators called it 'pitch-perfect.'
Comedian Sarah Silverman, an ardent Bernie Sanders supporter, explained her support for Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention.
Many of those inspired by Sen. Bernie Sanders' insurgent campaign are now unwilling or reluctant to fall into line with his pleas to support Clinton.
Edgy, and an answer to the anti-PC campaign by the right, 'woke' is getting some play at the party conventions.
Trump now has the support of 81 percent of Republicans, and has pulled slightly ahead of Clinton in the RealClearPolitics rolling average of a two-way matchup.
The polarization that defines Washington politics hit Arkansas relatively recently and quickly. The shift shows the forces at work elsewhere, too.
Michael Bloomberg is expected to endorse former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, appealing to independent voters to also get behind the Democrat.
Liberal-minded donors shelled out the most cash for the 2014 midterms – at least among groups that must disclose what they raise and spend.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are against the Pacific trade deal. But the US trade representative still thinks it will pass Congress.
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