The father of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq asks whether Donald Trump has even read the U.S. Constitution.
The Democratic nominee presents a sharply more upbeat view of the country than the dark vision offered by her GOP rival.
In an emotional speech, Chelsea Clinton shows a side of Hillary the public seldom sees.
Campaign chief John Podesta expects most Bernie Sanders backers to eventually support the Democratic nominee.
The FBI suspected months ago that hackers used "spear-phishing" emails to penetrate the campaign's computers, sources said.
Retired Marine Gen. John Allen says Hillary Clinton is “exactly the kind of person that we want to be commander in chief.”
Hillary Clinton broke the hardest of glass ceilings, but women are still badly underrepresented in politics.
Some lawmakers ask if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump can be trusted with scheduled pre-election security briefings.
Chelsea Clinton will introduce her mother as the Democratic nominee for president at the convention tonight.
North Carolina Republicans thought the Virginia senator was wearing the flag of Honduras, where he volunteered as a Jesuit missionary.
Rudy Giuliani derided the DNC for allegedly fanning the flames of resentment for law enforcement.
Donald Trump says he was kidding when he called on Russia to find Hillary Clinton's deleted emails.
The 79-year-old pontiff misses a step while approaching the altar but is quickly helped to his feet.
Clinton released eight years of tax filings; her supporters say Trump's refusal to do the same matters.
Donald Trump has a message for Russia: Find Hillary Clinton's 30,000 missing emails.
Prosecutors have dropped the remaining charges against Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
Trade pact protesters and Sanders supporters vented during the DNC opener. But it's clear whose politics will prevail.
Holdout delegates from a populous Western state are showing their discontent by booing, chanting, and hollering rowdily.
After sharing the spotlight with Sanders for two days, the rest of the DNC will be all about Clinton.
Using storytelling, humor, music, and showmanship, the stars aligned for Clinton’s historic night.
The former president tries to dispel a "cartoon alternative" he says Republicans have created about his wife.
Delegates make the former secretary of state the first woman presidential nominee of a major party.
In his 1992 presidential campaign, Bill Clinton promised to give voters "two for the price of one."
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren tried to ease the tension with progressives on a wild first day at the DNC.
She reflects on Clinton's quest to be the first woman elected president, and on her husband's tenure as the first black president.
Torrential rain lashing down on the northern part of the country has also displaced more than half a million people.
"There's no doubt that the attack was a terrorist attack with an Islamist background," an official said.
Excitement over the buildup to the convention overtakes concerns about recent Democratic Party dramas.
Clinton and especially Trump have taken stances on trade that make business bigwigs nervous.
A Syrian man who had been denied asylum in Germany died when a bomb he was carrying exploded outside a music festival in Ansbach.
Tehran has not explained why or when it detained Robin Shahini during a visit to Iran.
Environmentalists and Bernie Sanders supporters rally in Philadelphia ahead of the Democratic convention.
The IOC was investigating the Russian team after allegations of widespread state-sponsored doping in 2014.
The teen attacker, identified as David S., took photos at the site of a school shooting in Germany.
Former KKK grand wizard David Duke announces a bid for the Senate and likens his immigration policy to Trump's.
The group is faring well nearly a year after it eased its ban on participation by openly gay adults.
Sen. Tim Kaine called Hillary Clinton his soulmate on Saturday, in his first appearance as her vice presidential pick.
In 2014, Clinton's new running mate asked his colleagues to put political risk aside and vote on Obama's escalating war.
Americans increasingly favor tougher laws, but they also say change is unlikely to happen anytime soon, a survey shows.