Read a transcript of President Obama’s speech Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
President Obama will make the case for Hillary Clinton Wednesday night with about as many Americans approving of him as disapprove of him.
He was also a war hero and a ballroom dancer — Bald Eagle’s life is hard to fit in a headline. He parachuted into Normandy, acted in Westerns and starred in his first feature film at the age of 95.
McPherson, the first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, has died at 72. His work explored the intersection of white and black lives with deftness, subtlety and wry humor.
“I think she is brilliant and … she’s not a diva at all. She works very hard,” Albright told NPR’s Rachel Martin.
“There have been a lot of people out there surveying whales for a long time and never come across this,” a researcher says. But Japanese fishermen have told stories about this dark whale for years.
Everyone from President Obama to Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine contrasted the Democratic vision of America to the vision offered by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The Democrats’ vice presidential nominee helped overhaul Virginia’s mental health care system after the 2007 shootings at Virginia Tech. He is for Obamacare, Medicaid expansion and Planned Parenthood.
The Turkish government has shut down at least 45 newspapers and 16 television stations, and issued arrest warrants for dozens of journalists.
Hospitals have been fighting to block the rankings, but Medicare released them Wednesday. Of the 102 hospitals that got a five-star rating, few are among those generally praised for great care.
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.
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.
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.
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.