Former Vice President Al Gore tooks the stage on the final night of the Democratic convention at Denver's Invesco Field, reflecting on his 2000 presidential bid and his efforts to combat climate change. Following is text of his speech.
Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine, a rumored running mate possiblity for Sen. Barack Obama, urged the crowd at Denver's Invesco Field to "move mountains" during his speech on the last night of the Democratic convention. Following is text of his address.
With backers of Hillary Clinton still voicing their support for her presidential bid on the convention floor, the New York senator appeared during the roll call to move that Barack Obama become the Democratic nominee by acclamation. Analysts Mark Shields…
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.
Democrats of all stripes have converged on Denver for this week's Democratic convention -- many of whom were Hillary Clinton supporters. Leading up to Clinton's convention speech Tuesday, delegates reflect on the former presidential candidate and rival of Barack Obama.
Democrats capped the first night of their 2008 party convention with a speech by Sen. Barack Obama's wife Michelle. Guests analyze how the night went for the party and for the Obamas.
Michelle Obama addressed the opening night of the Democratic convention in Denver Monday with a speech focusing on her personal story and praising the leadership values of her husband, Sen. Barack Obama. Following is a transcript of her speech, as…
Sen. Edward Kennedy, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in May, was honored during the opening night of the Democratic convention. Following is a transcipt of his remarks to the assembly.
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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