Chaos Erupts Between Texas Delegation's Clinton & Sanders SupportersThe day after Senator Bernie Sanders urged supporters to rally behind Hillary Clinton as the Democratic National Convention got underway, chaos erupted among members of the Texas delegation.
Sanders Urges Fans To Rally Behind Clinton As DNC Heats UpSen. Bernie Sanders is urging supporters to rally behind Hillary Clinton as the Democratic convention heats up in Philadelphia, but ardent followers seem intent on keeping his upstart campaign alive.
History And Hostility As Clinton Ascends To NominationTuesday's roll call of the states will make her the first woman to lead a major party into a White House race.
DNC Starts In Philadelphia With Huge Protests, High TempsThe city is preparing for much bigger demonstrations than the Republican convention last week in Cleveland, and much higher temperatures.
Sanders: Democratic Convention Could Be 'Messy'Bernie Sanders says the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and his push to make the party more inclusive could get "messy." He said in an interview with The AP: "Democracy is not always nice and quiet and gentle."
FC Dallas Controls Opening Match, Beats Union 2-0Mauro Diaz assisted on goals by Fabian Castillo and Maximiliano Urruti.
Mavericks Cruise To 129-103 Win Over 76ersDirk Nowitzki went over 29,000 career points with a 3-pointer with 10:21 left in the third quarter.
Philly Radio Host Angelo Cataldi: Jerry Jones "Personification Of Evil In Sports"There is no end to the haters when it comes to questioning and criticizing the hundreds of daily decisions made by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
UD Students To Pray With Pope In Washington, D.C.A group of about a dozen student from the University of Dallas are headed to Washington D.C. for a trip of a lifetime and a lesson in history that the books could never teach.
RECAP: Romo Injured, But Cowboys Beat Eagles 20-10Tony Romo joined Dez Bryant on the injured list with a broken left collarbone.
Romo Fractured Left Clavicle In Sunday's GameThis is the same injury he had in 2010.
Pope's U.S. Visit Set To Take Over Social MediaPope Francis isn't your typical social media star. He doesn't even carry a cell phone. But wherever he goes, millions of tweets, posts, pictures and video streams are sure to follow.