The overriding emphasis on optimism at this week’s Democratic convention stands in contrast to Donald Trump’s tone. But it may be out of sync with America’s zeitgeist.
Bill Clinton is the master at political speech. But campaigning for a loved one can be harder than advocating for oneself, and the party has changed.
Presumptive Green Party nominee Jill Stein hopes to attract disaffected Bernie Sanders supporters as an alternative to presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s focus this week lays on reintroducing herself to the Democratic Party and the American people. Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to speak Tuesday night.
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.
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.
A slew of celebrities have come out in support of Hillary Clinton, denouncing Donald Trump. But any benefits from celebrity endorsements may also bring risks.
Mrs. Emmett remembers when the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote, and now she is helping her favorite female politician win the presidential nomination.
'Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,' said Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at a press conference on Wednesday.
While it's useful to see larger trends of political support, such as white millennials for Bernie, on the streets of Philadelphia there is a far more colorful mosaic.
"Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing," Donald Trump said. What missing emails?
Shattering the glass ceiling wasn't the only way historic firsts took the floor in Philadelphia Tuesday night, when the Democratic Party named Hillary Clinton as its presidential nominee.
Latinos make up about 17 percent of the nation's population, and roughly half — 27.3 million — are eligible to vote in 2016
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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