Both privilege and challenge have marked her life, and now Mrs. McCain could follow her husband to the White House.
GOP delegates quickly adopt resolutions, reflecting the convention's somber tone.
Clinton, the first woman to credibly vie for a major-party presidential nomination, made the motion that gave the nod to the first black nominee.
Shifting political winds may explain the lack of awareness about Chiu Teng Hiok, who helped the British shine in basketball at the 1924 Paris Games.
The Interior Department considers a proposal to lift a 25-year ban on concealed weapons in national parks.
A key question: Will the conflict divert voters' attention from the economy this fall?
As the economy drags, cities launch campaigns to woo residents to local attractions.
Helen LaKelly Hunt of Women Moving Millions aspires to raise $150 million by next spring.
A sampling of environmental stories elsewhere on the Web.