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Nancy Pelosi Tells Assembled Democrats to Look 'Onward to Victory'
House Democratic Leader Contrasts her Party With Republicans: "Our convention is different, and so is our mission."
How Democratic VP Pick Tim Kaine's Camp Is Already Pushing Back on Liberal Critics
Democrats in Philadelphia are unlikely to greet Tim Kaine with a unified hero’s welcome when he takes the stage at the Democratic National Convention tonight. In fact, about 165 Bernie Sanders delegates answered a survey saying they’d be interested in “nonviolently and emphatically” protesting
Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold 'Disappointed' in Sen. Ted Cruz
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Devin Dwyer interview Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold.
Donald Trump Jr: 'For My Father, Impossible is Just the Starting Point'
The presumptive Republican Presidential nominee's eldest son stressed his father's business acumen and leadership.
Shelley Moore Capito: Everything You Need to Know
Name: Shelley Moore Capito Party: Republican Date of Birth: November 26, 1953 Age: 62 What She Does Now: U.S. senator from West Virginia What She Used to Do: Before winning election to the U.S. Senate in 2014, Capito served in the U.S. House for seven terms, from 2001 to 2015. She earned a
Get to Know Donald Trump, Republican Candidate for President
Party: Republican Age: 69 What He Does Now: Chairman and president of the Trump Organization since 1971 What He Used to Do: Influenced by his father, Trump began his career at his father’s real-estate company. He also was a reality TV star, hosting the show “The Apprentice.” Declared as a
Vintage Barack: President Obama Delivers Fiery Rebuke of Donald Trump's Proposals
With more grey hair but no political office to seek, President Obama evoked the campaign passion that propelled him to the White House eight years ago, challenging presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump in his most pointed assault on the New York businessman to date. Delivering remarks on the
Missouri Man Paid $50,000 in Interest After Taking $2,500 in Payday Loans
Small payday loans are touted as quick, short-term access to money, but people like Elliott Clark of Kansas City, Missouri, call them "debt traps." A retired and disabled Marine, Clark still has a hard time talking about the more than 5 years in which he says he struggled to pay $50,000 in interest
Donald Trump and Elizabeth Warren Spar on Twitter
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Donald Trump turned Twitter into their own virtual battlefield Wednesday, sniping back and forth at each other over their policy positions and some of their previous statements. Warren fired off seven tweets, launching her third Twitter tirade against Trump. The
Customers Could File Class Action Lawsuits Against Banks Under Proposed Rule
A U.S. government watchdog consumer group is inviting public comment on a rule it proposed today that would give consumers the right to file class action lawsuits against banks and other financial firms. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), an agency created after the 2008 financial