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5 Things to Watch on Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention
The Democratic National Convention is halfway over, and while there was a hefty dose of drama in the first two days, some serious political star power was saved for the final days. Here are five storylines to watch out for today: From the Present to the Future The convention heard from two former
The Note: A Night of Political Star Power at the DNC
NOTABLES --FIVE THINGS TO WATCH AT THE DNC TODAY: The Democratic National Convention is halfway over, and while there was a hefty dose of drama in the first two days, some serious political star power was saved for the final days. The convention heard from two former presidents last night
The Latest: Clinton Sees 'Biggest Crack' in Glass Ceiling
Hillary Clinton tells Democrats they've "just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling" by nominating her for president
Major Democratic Fundraiser, Clinton Friend Mark Weiner Dies
A major Democratic fundraiser, Clinton supporter and provider of merchandise to the Democratic National Convention has died in Rhode Island
Jimmy Carter Sends Video Message to the DNC
The former president encourages young Americans to stay engaged and vote in November.
Former Federal Judge in Ohio Awarded NAACP's Highest Honor
A former federal judge, lifelong civil rights advocate and Ohio native has been awarded the NAACP's highest honor
Nyquin, Carrasco Send Indians to 11-4 Romp Over Royals
Tyler Naquin hit two of the Indians' five homers and had a career-high six RBIs, helping the Cleveland Indians rout the AL Central-rival Kansas City Royals 11-4 on Wednesday
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Apollo 11 Astronauts Lauded 10 Years Later
July 20, 1979: On the 10th anniversary of the moon landing, President Jimmy Carter recognizes the Apollo 11 astronauts.
AP EXPLAINS: Why Do Republicans Say Sky Is Falling? Is It?
The United States depicted at the Republican National Convention is wrenched by economic uncertainty, social upheaval, political dysfunction, runaway immigration, violent streets and existential threats from abroad