Eleven female voters shared their perspective about this moment’s significance with the PBS NewsHour, in their own words.
More than 35 million Americans voted in Democratic presidential primaries this year. But when it comes to officially nominating former Vice President Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night, nearly 4,000 delegates have the responsibility. This year, the…
By David Bauder, Associated Press
Preliminary estimates show 18.7 million people watched the first night of the virtual Democratic convention on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel. That's down from nearly 26 million who saw the first night of Hillary Clinton's nominating…
Democrats made history as they kicked off the first ever virtual convention Monday night.
Michelle Obama is warning Americans to “vote for Joe Biden like our lives depend on it” during her speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Cuomo addressed the opening night of the virtual Democratic National Convention late Monday, saying New York was “ground zero” for the early outbreak in the U.S.
By Will Weissert, Associated Press
Sanders struck a more optimistic tone when he thanked supporters who voted for him in 2016 and 2020 for helping to move the country “in a bold, new direction.”…
Biden will accept the Democratic presidential nomination in a live speech Thursday night, but he’ll be seen and heard every night of the convention in some form.
The coronavirus pandemic upended both parties’ traditional conventions. Instead, the program each night features a number of speakers and musical performances virtually across the country.
Whitmer reminded viewers of the country's last economic crisis — the Great Recession — and credited Biden, then the vice president, for joining with President Barack Obama to save the auto sector with a federal bailout.
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