Sen. Barack Obama was projected to win the U.S. presidency Tuesday, making him the country's first African-American leader. Following are his remarks to a rally in Chicago's Grant Park as prepared for delivery.
More than 42 million people tuned in Thursday to see John McCain's acceptance speech, matching the number who watched Barack Obama's speech last week. A panel of editors and columnists weigh how the GOP event was received across the country.
Following are excerpts from Sen. Barack Obama's speech Thursday accepting the Democratic Party's nomination for president, as prepared for delivery and released to media organizations:…
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