Tim Kaine News
Secretary Tom Perez on Why Clinton and Kaine are an 'Ideal' Ticket
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and LZ Granderson interview Secretary of Labor Tom Perez on the third night of the Democratic National Convention.
The Latest: Obama to Vouch for Clinton's Readiness for Job
President Barack Obama has a message for fellow Democrats, and all those watching the Democratic convention at home: There's never been a man or a woman more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as president
Democrats Highlight Diversity, but Face Gap With White Men
The Democratic National Convention has been a deliberate tribute to the party's diversity, but also highlights Democrats' continued struggle with white men
Kaine's Mission: Win Over Skeptical Liberals in VP Speech
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine was facing pressure to affirm his liberal credentials in his speech to the Democratic National Convention
Tim Kaine Nominated as the Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate
The Democratic National Convention formally nominated Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as the party's vice presidential candidate by acclamation this afternoon. When Kaine's name was mentioned by the convention chair for the first time, the Virginia delegation cheered, waving their arms and chanting "Kaine!
Trump Dings Both Clintons in Rollicking Press Conference
Donald Trump made an extraordinary plea for Russia to help find Hillary Clinton's missing emails _ but he hardly stopped there in a scattershot news conference Wednesday.
Oops! Trump: Clinton's VP Pick Was Bad New Jersey Governor
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has taken a shot at Hillary Clinton's running mate, Democratic U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, for doing a terrible job as governor of New Jersey
Strait Talk Heads to Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention
ABC News' Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson talk politics at La Colombe Independence Mall in Philadelphia.
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