Last Thursday, Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted the Democratic party nomination to become the next president of The United States — and once again, Democrats made history! When any barrier falls in America, it clears the way for everyone. Show More Summary
The ladies of "Broad City" dressed up as women from 1776 to celebrate Hillary Clinton's nomination on an episode of "The Late Show" this week.
In this short interview, filmed immediately after the official DNC roll call nomination, a brilliant, tearful Bernie supporting Millennial puts forth the best soundbite ever for Bernie fans (and even "Bernie or Busters") to vote forShow More Summary
Vice President Biden and retired federal Judge Timothy Lewis ask the Senate to vote to fill the Supreme Court vacancy.
On the surface, HBO seems to be flying higher than ever. It has almost 10 million more U.S. subscribers than Starz and Showtime, racked up the most Emmy nominations of any network for the 16th straight year and says Game of Thrones is...Show More Summary
A video retrospective of the convention's most resonant moments. Hillary Clinton closed the 2016 Democratic National Convention with her speech accepting the party’s presidential nomination on Thursday evening, capping a historic week in Philadelphia. Show More Summary
x YouTube Video The sitting President shall—not may—but shall nominate someone to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court, with the advice and consent of the Senate. That includes consulting and voting. Vice President Joe Biden and federal...Show More Summary
Last Thursday during the Republican National Convention Donald Trump formally accepted his party’s nomination for president of the United States. Amongst other soundbites in his cobbled-together acceptance speech was more talk of a wall along the Mexico border to keep Americans safe. Show More Summary
Like other newspapers, The Times illustrated its main story Wednesday on Hillary Clinton’s historic nomination for president with a photo — of her husband. Of course, Bill Clinton is no ordinary spouse of a candidate (and neither was Hillary Clinton when her husband was president). Still, many...
The DNC has concluded with a history making nomination and over at my place we are awaiting the arrival of the other Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The Immoral Minority thinks the RNC wishes they could trade conventions with the DNC. Library Grape listened to the DNC on NPR. Show More Summary
In this week's address, retired Federal Judge Timothy Lewis joined Vice President Joe Biden to discuss the nomination of Chief Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court of the United States. The Vice President talked about his experience...Show More Summary
Hillary accepts a historic nomination, and Bieber couldn't be tempted by the biggest payday ever. So we gotta ask...
Clinton's plan is more ambitious than Obama's hope and change from 2008. When accepting the Democratic nomination Thursday, Hillary Clinton scoffed at Donald Trump’s boast that he alone can fix America if elected president. She said,...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton was officially nominated for president at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, which she herself described as “putting the biggest crack in that glass ceiling” while her critics assailed the growing cracks in her reputation.
The unpredictable four-way fight for Missouri’s Republican gubernatorial nomination is on Tuesday, and Team Blue is making a last-minute move to influence the outcome. On Friday, the Democratic Governors Association launched an ad, which...Show More Summary
Trump national campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson responded harshly Friday night to Hillary Clinton's speech at the DNC, saying that she was unmoved by the fact that the country had nominated the first woman to be a presidential candidate for a major party.
Big Brother 18 spoilers from Friday (July 29) now include the new HOH nominations. The BB18 house has a newly appointed Head of Household and he was tasked with announcing his eviction nominees. A previous report by the Inquisitr revealed how the HOH competition played out following the July 28 episode. Show More Summary
Donald Trump outpaces Hillary Clinton in nomination speech viewers July 29, 2016, 6:01 p.m. The conventions are over, and the candidates are on to the general election: • In her acceptance speech Hillary Clinton went directly after Donald Trump as someone who doesn't have the temperament to be...
The 2016 DNC was watched by +25 percent more viewers than Barack Obama's 2008 nominating convention.
Hillary Clinton reportedly cleared her throat 22 times last night during her nationally televised presidential nomination acceptance speech to the delegates at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Incidentally, that’sShow More Summary