Sen. Bernard Sanders told his legions of supporters at the Democratic convention Monday they must work to elect Hillary Clinton to the White House, saying the choice between her and GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is “not even close.”
Say good-bye to the Democratic Party’s long-standing support for “all-of-the-above” energy, and hello to “some of the above.”
Pro-marijuana advocates are hopeful the Democratic National Convention this week in Philadelphia will serve as a prominent springboard for the next steps to legalize the drug, saying potential progress at the federal level would likely go up in smoke in a Donald Trump administration.
Donald Trump said Monday that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders “folded” by sticking with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton amid an email scandal that revealed how party officials were conspiring against him.
Donald Trump poked fun Monday at Hillary Clinton’s maiden name, suggesting that the former secretary of state has stopped using “Rodham” because it sounds too much like “rotten.”
First lady Michelle Obama gave a ringing endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president Monday night, telling delegates at the Democratic National convention that Mrs. Clinton has “the guts and grace to keep coming back.”
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has surged to a lead in the polls after his party’s national convention last week, powered by a newly unified GOP behind him and independent voters giving him a second look.
Blazing new ground for illegal immigrants, a mother here without authorization and her U.S. citizen child took to the stage of the Democratic convention Monday to demand legalization.
Democrats gaveled in their presidential convention Monday desperately trying to stitch together a semblance of unity amid an ongoing rebellion by the party’s left flank, furious at what it sees as a rigged process that produced Hillary Clinton as the nominee.
#NeverTrump Republicans plan to make waves by disavowing GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in a speech Thursday at the Democratic National Convention.
The Democratic Party on Monday night called on its top progressive hero to quell a growing rebellion on the left, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren told her party in no uncertain terms that it cannot “turn on each other” and must fully back Hillary Clinton for president.
A new Clinton administration would pursue a bill to legalize illegal immigrants in “the first 100 days” of her tenure, vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine told Spanish-language network Telemundo in an interview Monday, presenting a deep contrast with Republicans.
The Media Research Center is vigilant about monitoring liberal bias in the press. The Democratic National Convention, however, has prompted the conservative watchdog to go round-the-clock, says founder Brent Bozell, who has assembled a “massive team of analysts” to track news media transgressions and tingling hysteria in Philadelphia — hour by hour if need be.
The Heritage Foundation’s Blueprint for Reform offers scores of policy recommendations for the next administration. Many of the proposals aim to fix the failed economic policies of the last decade. Of these, none is more important than the think tank’s call to repeal the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Democrats’ dissension showed from the very start of their convention Monday, with supporters of Sen. Bernard Sanders jeering even overtop of the invocation prayer.