Thursday night at the Democratic convention will be Hillary Clinton's night, but Wednesday night was President Obama's. He framed the election as a battle of values — a contrast to the GOP message.
Hillary Clinton has given hundreds of speeches in her political life, but we're going to dig deep into the first time she entered the national spotlight as a student at Wellesley College.
Read a transcript of President Obama's speech Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
A night filled with heavy speeches about gun violence, national security and climate change gave way to a unifying moment Wednesday night.
President Obama will make the case for Hillary Clinton Wednesday night with about as many Americans approving of him as disapprove of him.
"I think she is brilliant and ... she's not a diva at all. She works very hard," Albright told NPR's Rachel Martin.
As the third day opened, Bernie Sanders supporters demanded a roll call to nominate Tim Kaine as the Democratic vice presidential candidate. Kaine was eventually nominated by acclamation.
On the third night of the Democratic National Convention, party officials are rolling out some of their heaviest hitters — including headliner President Obama.
Donald Trump on Wednesday called for Russia to hack Hillary Clinton's email and recover messages from her tenure as secretary of state.
PBS NewsHour co-anchor Gwen Ifill joins All Things Considered from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, to discuss her 2009 book The Breakthrough. Ifill is re-examining the book's conclusions about black political leadership as President Obama prepares to leave office.
Thousands of protesters have descended on Philadelphia this week for demonstrations outside the Democratic National Convention. Here's a glimpse of the wide array of causes they're backing.
Most Americans will get their first look at Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine on Wednesday night. Hillary Clinton's vice presidential candidate has had a long career in politics with an emphasis on racial reconciliation.
President Obama will make the case for his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, to succeed him in office when he speaks at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton has made history as the first female presidential nominee of a major political party. Democrat Roz Wyman, 85, is now at her 16th national convention, and she reflects on what the milestone means.
Republican Donald Trump spoke at a press conference Wednesday morning, in which he said Russia should try to find thousands of deleted emails from his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's private system.
State Rep. Stacey Abrams, the House minority leader for the Georgia State Assembly, talks to NPR's Audie Cornish about Democrats' failure to win state legislative races during President Obama's tenure.
As a reporter for The New York Times, Amy Chozick's beat is Hillary Clinton. But, Chozick says, it's hard to get to know a candidate who "has been so scarred" by her decades in the public eye.
"Speaking Spanish doesn't mean that he understands the issues," one DNC attendee said. Others Latinos say his language ability reveals a deeper ability to understand issues important to them.
A presidential candidate urging such a foreign breach is an unprecedented move. Clinton's campaign said it was a call for "espionage against his political opponent."
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