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Former President Bill Clinton spoke emphatically in support of Senator Barack Obama Wednesday night at the Democratic Convention. Analysts and historians react to the speech.
On the third day of the DNC, the 2004 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry took the podium after former President Bill Clinton's speech to garner support for Sen. Barack Obama.
On day three of the DNC, former president Bill Clinton criticized the current state of the economy compared to how his Democratic administration left it eight years ago. Following is his speech in which he endorsed Sen. Barack Obama's policies…
As the theme of Wednesday's Democratic national convention is national security, the role of the military and foreign policy has played heavily into the night's events. Military veterans who are supporting Senator Barack Obama give their view on the election…
As the Democrats wrap up day two of their convention in Denver, analysts and historians review the night's key moments, in particular Sen. Hillary Clinton's speech in support of Sen. Barack Obama.
Michelle Obama sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss her speech on Monday night in Denver as well as the last year and a half of campaigning with her husband, Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama.
Recent poll results show Sen. Barack Obama's appeal to women differs between those who struggle economically and their affluent counterparts. Andy Kohut of the Pew Research Center and Amy Walter of the Hotline assess how women voters are weighing the…
Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the dedication to Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., and the state of the Democratic Party as Kennedy passes the torch to Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill.
President Jimmy Carter sits down with Jim Lehrer, Mark Shields and David Brooks to reflect on the race for the White House, Sen. Barack Obama's candidacy, and the historical significance of the moment.
As the Democratic National Convention kicks off, party members are seeking to heal wounds left over from the primaries and create a united front against GOP presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain. Pundits discuss the Democratic Party's efforts to unify.
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