Democratic National Convention
The Democrats Will Showcase Many, Many Latinos On Wednesday Night
DNC finance chair Henry Muñoz spearheaded an hour-long program that will showcase Hispanic leaders and was joined by the filmmaker Robert Rodriguez and music producer Emilio Estefan, who created a film that will air at the convention Wednesday night.
Convention Wrap-Up: Bernie Supporters Protest And Michelle Obama Moves The Crowd
Reporting from Philadelphia: Ruby Cramer, Bim Adewunmi, Evan McMorris-Santoro, Darren Sands, Adrian Carrasquillo, Mary Ann Georgantopoulos, Tracy Clayton, Jim Dalrymple, Dominic Holden, Emma Loop, Ryan Broderick, and John Stanton.
Latinos Struggle To Compete With Black Businesses For Democratic Convention Dollars
Diversity at the Democratic convention has improved the last few cycles, but with a goal of 35% diverse contractors for 2016, there are also growing pains as Hispanic businesses try to get themselves on equal footing with black businesses.
Lesbian Duo Stages Most Popular Counter-Protest At DNC
Bria and Chrissy, who bill themselves as the Lesbian Duo, sure do know how to steal the spotlight away from anti-abortion and anti-gay protesters. Here they are stopping traffic and riling street preachers in front of the convention center in Charlotte.
Bill Clinton's Biggest Applause Line
The former president ad-libbed a pretty harsh swipe at Paul Ryan during his speech at the Democratic National Convention. Clinton was talking about Ryan's attack on President Obama for cutting money from Medicare, even though Ryan's budget proposal would eliminate the same amount from Medicare, then improvised this zinger.