Democratic National Convention News
Hillary Clinton Chimes In on the Trump Tirade
Clinton reminded everyone of Trump's POW comments.
Dems prepare to curtail superdelegates ahead of 2020
Democrats are trying to settle their fight over superdelegates with a compromise that's been brewing since the contentious presidential nominating fight between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
Democrats look to 2020 with proposals to change superdelegate and primary system
A Democratic Party working group will meet in Washington, D.C. today and tomorrow to finalize a formal list of recommended reforms for the party. By then end of this weekend the group called the "unity commission," which has been meeting for a year around the country, plans to have voted on and
Who is on the short list to replace Al Franken in the Senate
Minnesota Senator Al Franken announced Thursday that he would resign from the Senate in the coming weeks, during a speech on the Senate floor. "This decision is not about me, it's about the people of Minnesota," Franken said. "It has become clear that I can't both pursue the Ethics Committee
'Powerhouse Politics': Former Trump campaign officials tell the inside story
Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and deputy campaign manager David Bossie open up in their new book, "Let Trump Be Trump."
Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI in special counsel's Russia probe
Retired Lt. Gen Michael Flynn has promised "full cooperation" in the special counsel's Russia investigation.
Trump rallies support for 'once in a lifetime' tax reform opportunity
With a Senate vote looming on Republicans' long-sought tax reform aspirations, President Donald Trump gave the party's plan one final pep rally in Missouri Wednesday as he implored Congress to deliver on the "once in a lifetime opportunity." The president's speech on the matter came one day after
'Sad moment' when John Kelly showed he'll support Trump 'no matter what': Adm. Mike Mullen
The former Joint Chiefs of Staff chair, Adm. Mike Mullen, joined Martha Raddatz for an exclusive interview on "This Week."
A tale of 2 US delegations at climate talks
While the world meets in Bonn, Germany, to hammer out the final details of the historic Paris climate accord and lay the path forward on combating climate change , there may be some confusion over who speaks for America. The Trump administration's official delegation is a smaller team smaller than
Donna Brazile on passing debate questions to Hillary Clinton's campaign, Democratic funding of Russian research
Brazile discussed several accusations leveled against the Democratic Party.