- Why Chelsea Clinton's Introduction of Hillary Tonight Matters Chelsea is set to introduce her mom when she accepts the nomination.
- DNC Still Assessing Hack Damage, Hasn't Notified Donors of Breach Hack victimizes thousands, reveals personal data on Hollywood stars, superrich.
- Democratic National Convention 2016: Fact-Checking the Speakers Every day, ABC News will be fact-checking speakers at the Democratic National Convention.
- George Stephanopoulos: All Eyes on Clinton at DNC Tonight ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos breaks down the top stories unfolding on Hillary Clinton’s big night.
- Obama Tells DNC 'We Don't Look to Be Ruled' in Shot at Trump Obama plans to mention Trump in his speech, but will focus on Hillary Clinton.
- NC GOP Mistakenly Harangues Kaine for Lapel Pin, Apologizes North Carolina Republicans have apologized to vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine for mistakenly critiquing him for wearing a foreign flag during his acceptance speech
- Trump: 'I Was Being Sarcastic' About Russia Finding Clinton's Emails Donald Trump said he was being “sarcastic” when he said he hopes Russia will find Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails from her years as secretary of state.
- Bill O'Reilly Defends Controversial Slavery Comments "That commentary was 100 percent accurate," the Fox News host said Wednesday.
- ANALYSIS: Hope Is Handed Off, as Obama Makes Way for Hillary Clinton The Democratic Party’s Obama era morphed into another Clinton one on Wednesday night with a series of roars, a warm embrace and a brash show of teamwork, with the outgoing and would-be incoming president again looking to capture some hope.
The Democrats’ past, present and future marked their own pieces of history, with rivalries that have defined a generation fading away in a night of inspiration for the party.
Now, to complete the historic sweep, Democrats need to draw on their recent past to move ahead. They came together on the third night of the Democratic National Convention, powered by surrogate star power that built a case for Hillary Clinton and against Donald Trump.
“Hillary Clinton is that woman in the arena. She’s been there for us, even if we haven’t always noticed,” President Barack Obama said, declaring himself “ready to pass the baton ... The Democratic Party is in good hands.”
Obama named Clinton’s opponent — calling him “the Donald” and later lumping him in...
- Symbolism surrounds the mystery of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s return Full disclosure: I just don't get all the uproar over the signage for the No. 88 team at Indianapolis Motor Speedway last weekend. To those who yelled "disrespect" and said Indianapolis Motor Speedway was wrong to put a sign above the No. 88 garage stall that said " Jeff Gordon," it's important to remember the purpose. The purpose? To let people walking through the garage area and those with binoculars in the stands know who's in what garage. Believe it or not, there are people who might not have heard about Gordon replacing Dale Earnhardt Jr., and those signs are designed to inform the general public -- not the avid racing fan -- who is in the car. So it makes sense that the signage reflects who actually sits behind the wheel on that weekend. But that brings us to the psychological element of Earnhardt missing races because of concussion-like symptoms, including balance and nausea. Both the team and Earnhardt are doing their...