Following Republicans' repeated attacks, community organizers today are fighting back, saying they really do matter.
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Among the speakers at tonight's final session of the Republican National Convention are plenty of John McCain's Senate buddies.
Contrary to reports, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani will have a speaking role here at the convention, just not tonight.
Democrats have been successful in tying John McCain to President Bush. Now Republicans think they can bring Barack Obama down by tying him to unpopular Democrats in Congress.
The Obama campaign seeks to put out a more measured statement on new Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin
It's not Obama vs. Hillary, but Democrats point reporters to a potential problem for the GOP among evangelicals.
A group has a deal for Joe Lieberman, if he is John McCain's vice presidential pick: agree to caucus with Republicans for the rest of the year.
Dave Barry on the magic of a political convention
Hillary Clinton was such a draw at Democrats' convention tonight that fire marshals closed down the hall.
The most memorable speeches at political conventions often come not from the victors but the losers — those who came in second in their effort to win their party's nomination
Democrats showcase a Republican maverick on convention night one, but they're probably targeting the wrong voters.
The Austin American-Statesman is reporting Monday morning that Tom DeLay's lawyer says he thinks he can get all the charges dismissed against his client based on a ruling in a related case that Texas law didn't ban money laundering using checks, only cash.
Obama and McCain both did what they needed to do, but the winner was moderator Rick Warren and the voters.
Cindy McCain sprains her hand shaking hands.
Senate Republicans are stiffening spines for what could be the final showdown on expanding offshore oil drilling, but Sen. John McCain has not yet signed on.