Barry Goldwater's granddaughter didn't give her best performance at the roll call of the states nominating President Obama.
A surprise walk-on by the current POTUS following the speech of the former POTUS leads to a hug out.
Easily the hottest moment at this year's Democratic National Convention.
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The DREAM Act advocate spoke briefly at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night in support of President Obama's policies to allow some young illegal immigrants who would have been eligible for the DREAM Act to stay in the US.
Democrats apparently distribute more credentials than people can fit inside. Fire marshal temporarily shuts down access to the Time Warner Center.
Last night was about Swiss banking. Tonight it's all Bain.
On CNN, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz said that God and Jerusalem were left out of the DNC platform because the platform was "many pages long."
"It was an insult to [DC] personally that our congresswoman wasn’t invited to speak," top delegate says of speaking snub for Holmes Norton. Worse seats than Guam.
He answers the question many Democrats have been evading.
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, who brought you the "sugar-coated satan sandwich" abandons his prepared speech to deliver a fiery call to action.
It’s Michelle’s world, and we’re just living in it. On day two of the convention, FLOTUS addresses blacks, Hispanics, and gays.
Some found out on Twitter, others still didn't know this afternoon "I could organize this thing better than some of these people did."
Three votes and boos as convention chairman LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa pushes through platform amendment after criticism.
Will.I.Am, noted economist and auteur behind "My Humps," took to the stage at the Democratic National Convention and fixed the economy.
I asked 30 DNC delegates from around the country to describe Mitt Romney in 3 words. Here's what they said. Also, add your own in the comments if you'd like.
The outspoken economist's parent represents deep-red Abilene." Prairie Dog Democrats.
The Democratic National Convention moved the President's Thursday night nomination speech indoors because of a threat of rain. The President has campaigned in the rain in the past.
It took 26 minutes, garnered 28,000 tweets per minute, and included 29 mentions of Barack.
Warren's big speech to the DNC prompts a visit and video response.
Connolly jabs "cranky malcontents of a certain complexion." Davis: "Democrats are really struggling with their word choices."
Venue change short-changes Obama supporters. They'll get a conference call with Obama tomorrow.
Rallying the base and appealing to the center. A switch when primetime hits.
Despite the unfailing adoration she receives from the fashion industry, Michelle Obama's style remains surprisingly relatable, likable, and not weird.
The Massachusetts Governor gave a fiery speech at the DNC in defense of the President.
Easy misunderstanding. You know, because there's no one else with that last name.
The President took in his wife's address to the DNC with his two daughters.
Host Kevin Hart says he's bigger than the President: "How does it feel to outdraw Barack Obama? I do it all the time." The VMAs go head-to-head with the Democratic National Convention on Thursday.
The former Governor of Ohio uses a verse from Matthew to hit Mitt Romney for keeping some of his money in offshore bank accounts.
Ohio's Strickland raies the volume.
The Parent Trap-style mini-scandal helped sink Castro's 2005 campaign for mayor. Are we sure it's not Joaquin out there tonight?
A celebration of a departed party icon, and a knock on Mitt Romney.
They support Obama — but paid for buses that brought protesters to both conventions. Labor official says they didn't mean to. "Arrest Barack!"
Harry Reid rallies a minority with in a minority. "I wish Mitt Romney would stop talking about his religion!"
The Newark mayor hits back at the Republican argument on taxes.
A provocative line in a DNC video. UPDATE: Obama campaign disclaims.
A racially charged moment outside the convention. Protesters camped out on a street corner, closer than they ever made it in Tampa.
The 2012 platform often mentions Republicans and Mitt Romney, a change from 2008. More mentions of jobs and the middle class, but also more mentions of Bin Laden and abortion.
Consigning a controversial phrase to history.
After California Democratic chair gets a "pre-scheduled root canal," a Kansas delegate goes there. "It's like Hitler said."
Movie lobbyist calls Paul's Internet plan "dangerous."
"Like much of America." Also: "Ted Kennedy changed my life."