President Barack Obama gave a ringing endorsement for Hillary Clinton here Wednesday, casting Donald Trump as unprepared to lead. » Read More
If you wondered how Trump would steal the headlines back from Hillary Clinton this week, now you know: Russian hackers and Hillary’s email. And the Dems fell for it, says Jake Novak.
Donald Trump says he hopes Russia finds emails deleted by Hillary Clinton from her time as secretary of state.
On a historic night, the Democratic convention had two missions.
Bill Clinton's speech showed that solving policy problems is Hillary's hobby — and a very human one at that, says Vox writer Matt Yglesias.
Months after saying he couldn't imagine Trump giving a State of the Union address, Obama now says "anything is possible."
Don't stay at home this November, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday night.
Clinton became the party's nominee following days of tension between pro-Clinton forces and delegates who supported Bernie Sanders.
After the Republican convention, just 52 percent of respondents to a small CNBC survey believe Hillary Clinton will prevail over Donald Trump.
Bill Clinton may be a great public speaker but if he really wants to help Hillary, the best thing to do may just be to stay quiet, says Jake Novak.
"The media is not even repeating the accusations made by the Clinton campaign," says one Russian journalist, "instead, ignoring them."
The nature of Democratic dissent, and thus how the party was able to respond to it, was far different than the GOP's.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell says history shows most Sanders supporters will fall in line.
In a speech that was met with excitement and lament almost simultaneously, Bernie Sanders said his supporters should be proud.
In a speech that ended with a standing ovation from the crowd, Michelle Obama reminded people what the election is all about.
Hillary Clinton knows something key to holding the highest office in the land that Donald Trump does not, Sen. Cory Booker says.
Embattled Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz will no longer gavel open the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
The Democratic convention began just as badly as the Republican one. Here's how the party is trying to recover.
Blair Effron watched his bank's star rise in a crowded field. His star may rise if Hillary Clinton is elected.
Standing next to his Mexican counterpart, Obama slaps back at Republicans, saying the U.S. "values tremendously our enduring partnership with Mexico."
Donald Trump stuck with the raw-edged approach that won him the nomination. Will it win him the White House?
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