Sen. Tim Kaine hit the campaign trail for the first time Saturday as the Democratic Party’s vice presidential nominee, trashing Republican Donald Trump and vowing that he and Hillary Clinton will pursue a “strong, progressive agenda” in the White House.
The role of superdelegates could be significantly reduced in future Democratic presidential primaries under a compromise deal struck at the Democratic National Convention rules committee Saturday.
CNN’s Jake Tapper warned President Obama’s former campaign manager and other members of his administration that they appeared politically tone deaf in their mockery of Donald Trump.
Conservative Twitter users erupted on Friday after the social media platform torpedoed #DNCLeaks from its trending-news feed after WikiLeaks released 20,000 emails by Democratic National Committee staff members.
The Democratic National Committee actively worked against Sen. Bernard Sanders during the party’s presidential primary, leaked emails show, with officials privately strategizing how best to push stories that would hurt the Vermont senator’s campaign.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Saturday he’s already begun restoring the voting rights of convicted felons one-by-one, after the state Supreme Court rescinded his executive action granting voting rights en masse to more than 200,000 people convicted of serious crimes.
Hillary Clinton on Friday tapped Sen. Tim Kaine to be her running mate, taking a cautious, safe approach that could earn her goodwill with moderates and may aid her in Mr. Kaine’s swing state of Virginia — but her choice surely will leave progressives who had been hoping for a bolder choice disappointed.
President Obama told a group of police officers Friday afternoon that ignoring the causes of tension between police and minorities “is not going to make things better.”
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich called out President Obama late Friday for giving a rosy view of world affairs at nearly the same hour that suspected terrorists were attacking again, this time in Germany.
Hillary Clinton and Sen. Ted Cruz agree about one thing this election cycle: Both candidates want Americans to “vote your conscience” in November.
President Obama vetoed a measure late Friday that would have cut the allowances for former presidents such as Bill Clinton and, as of January, Mr. Obama himself.
President Obama’s decision to snub Democrat Rep. Loretta Sanchez in the one-party California Senate race has triggered a testy intraparty feud that threatens to split the Democratic coalition along racial lines.
President Obama hit back Friday at criticism from the Republican National Convention of his leadership, saying crime and illegal immigration in the U.S. are at their lowest levels in decades.
Rejecting anti-Mexico rhetoric from Republican nominee Donald Trump, President Obama said Friday that Mexico is “critically important to our own well-being.”
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are statistically tied in New Hampshire after Mrs. Clinton had led by nearly 20 points three months ago, according to a poll released Thursday.