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"It’s not as simple as bad girls get abortions and good girls have families," says NARAL president Ilyse Hogue.
The former senator says if Moscow is behind the hack at the DNC, Washington should recall its ambassador to Russa.
The LGBT rights advocate will become the first openly transgender person to speak at a major national political convention.
Bernie Sanders supporters tried to enter a Secret Service-designated secure zone, police say.
The GOP nominee reprimands Katy Tur as she pursues a line of questioning about email leaks.
Donald Trump has a message for Russia: Find Hillary Clinton's 30,000 missing emails.
The former president tries to dispel a "cartoon alternative" he says Republicans have created about his wife.
Delegates make the former secretary of state the first woman presidential nominee of a major party.
Thirty-two officers died in firearms-related incidents so far this year, including 14 who were killed in ambush-style attacks.
The challenge that became a 2014 viral sensation raised more than $100 million, which has now contributed to breakthrough research.
Prosecutors have dropped the remaining charges against Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
Trade pact protesters and Sanders supporters vented during the DNC opener. But it's clear whose politics will prevail.
DNC participants reflect on a historic night, as Hillary Clinton is nominated and Bill Clinton brings down the house.
After sharing the spotlight with Sanders for two days, the rest of the DNC will be all about Clinton.
They lavished shouts, guilt trips, and anti-Clinton rhetoric on delegates as they entered the Wells Fargo Center.
"My body is probably like a two," Lena Dunham tells the DNC crowd. "I’m probably a rapist," adds America Ferrera.
She's thrilled Clinton made history, but Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright cites a bigger reason for supporting her.
The mothers of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Trayvon Martin talk about the "unstoppable pain" of losing a child to violence.
Holdout delegates from a populous Western state are showing their discontent by booing, chanting, and hollering rowdily.
In his 1992 presidential campaign, Bill Clinton promised to give voters "two for the price of one."