Wondering why Barack Obama can’t run for a third term in the White House? It goes back to George Washington.
Today is the fourth and final day of the Democratic National Convention, when Hillary Clinton will accept the nomination. Here’s where you can watch it.
During the Democratic National Convention, Paul Simon performed “Bridge Over Troubled Water” after Sarah Silverman’s speech.
Kirsten Gillibrand is the senator of New York. She’s also a mom with two children. Here’s a look at her family.
The 2016 Democratic National Convention is being held at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center from July 25-28 with Hillary Clinton accepting the nomination.
Tim Kaine, who has joined Hillary Clinton on the Democratic ticket for president, learned Spanish while living in Honduras.
Elijah Cummings is the ranking Democrat on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Here’s a look at his career.
Bernie voters are planning huge marches & protests for the Democratic National Convention. Find out about the #March4Bernie, #MarchonDNC events. #SeeYouInPhilly
The House was adjourned around 3 a.m., but the sit-in’s still going after nearly a day. See photos of the best moments and stories about #nobillnobreak.
The House sit-in lasted through a 3:13 a.m. adjournment, and Democrats planned to continue on. How long was the #nobillnobreak sit-in? Find out here.
House Democrats are protesting for a vote on gun control measures by holding a sit-in on the House floor. Watch videos here.
With Hillary reaching the necessary delegates for the Democratic nomination, there was plenty to celebrate in the Clinton household.
At the Guam Democratic Caucus on May 7, the unincorporated and organized territory of the United States gave their five previously uncommitted superdelegates to Clinton over Sanders.
Bernie Sanders beats Trump by higher margins than Clinton in every poll. Here’s why he might be a stronger candidate for the Democratic party.
Watch the full video replay of the CNN New York debate here, along with highlights of some of the best moments and Sanders’ and Clinton’s closing statements.