'I Think Experience Is Really Going To Matter': North Texas Congressman Marc Veasey Believes Joe Biden Can Unite A Divided NationRep. Veasey endorsed Biden from the beginning over two Texans in the race, former El Paso Congressman Beto O'Rourke and former San Antonio Mayor and HUD Secretary Julian Castro.
State Party Chair 'Miffed' After Texas Democrat Didn't Receive Prominent Speaking Slot At Convention"Whether that was an omission or intentional, it happened that way. And because it happened that way, it has affected us and people are not happy in this state."
Prosecutors: Russian Hackers Exploit U.S. Cyber VulnerabilityTo steal politically sensitive information, prosecutors say, Russian hackers used some of the United States' own computer infrastructure against it.
Former DNC Chair: DNC Was Rigged In Clinton's FavorFormer DNC interim chair Donna Brazile alleges that an unethical agreement was signed between Clinton's campaign and the DNC.
As Panel Questions Trump Associates, GOP Launches New ProbesHouse Republicans on Tuesday launched new probes into the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton's emails, prompting accusations from Democrats who said the moves were meant as a "massive diversion" from investigations into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
DNC Race Tight As Democrats Seek Gains Against TrumpThe contest to head the Democratic National Committee remains fluid as national leaders grapple with how to turn an outpouring of liberal protest against President Donald Trump into political gains.
DNC Apologizes After Campaign Bus Dumps Raw SewageThe Democratic National Committee has apologized after one of its campaign buses was spotted dumping raw sewage along a road outside Atlanta.
Fight With Khan Family Tests Trump's 'Say Anything' StrategyDonald Trump broke an American political and societal taboo over the weekend when he engaged in an emotionally-charged feud with the bereaved parents of a decorated Muslim Army captain killed by a suicide bomber in Iraq.
Clinton's Pledge: Steady Hand At 'Moment Of Reckoning'Confronting a "moment of reckoning," Hillary Clinton is casting herself as a unifier for divided times and a tested, steady hand to lead in a volatile world.
Rift Between Sanders' Loyalists, Democratic Brass Lingers The tension between Bernie Sanders activists and Democratic Party brass set to crown Hillary Clinton their nominee lingers in Philadelphia as the four-day convention reaches its big night.
Obama Implores Voters To Elect Hillary Clinton"Even in the middle of crisis, she listens to people, and keeps her cool, and treats everybody with respect," Obama said.
President Obama Returns To Convention To Make Case For ClintonIn 2004, he was the obscure Senate candidate from Illinois. Tonight, he steps on the convention stage as the battle-hardened president hoping his legacy won't be eroded by the outcome of the election to replace him.
Meet The New Hillary Clinton, Different From The Old One?She is being presented to Americans again at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, this time as a barrier-breaking liberal champion who fights for families and children.
Clinton Campaign Seeks To Make Most Of Kaine's SpanishBut while some Latinos say there's a practical value to Kaine's skills, they add the days are gone when that alone is enough to win over Hispanic voters.
Clinton Wins Historic Nomination, Emotional Boost From BillTaking on the role of devoted political spouse, former President Bill Clinton declared his wife Hillary Clinton an impassioned "change-maker," serving as character witness for her on the night she triumphantly became the first woman nominated for president.