Should Clinton win, Obama would become the first Democratic President to be succeeded by a member of his own party without dying in the process in over 150 years.
The list just keeps getting longer.
The Democratic National Convention has been exquisitely stage-managed and disciplined. But is it enough to overcome Trump’s news-cycle grabbing interventions?
Ardent Bernie Sanders fans unsurprisingly feel privileged enough to denounce the prospect of a Democratic win at the Democratic National Convention.
The Presidential nominee pledged: "Safety must be restored."
The reality star endorsed the GOP at an event in Cleveland.
The presidential candidate was forced to wheel out family members at the Republican National Convention, as party grandees stayed away.
The party platform is shaping up to be even more extreme than many expected.
The news cycle has become grimly predictable.
The endorsement comes after 14 months of heated rivalry.
Events in Dallas were a long time coming – and the real consequence will be a delayed reckoning for the problem of police violence in the States.
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