Democratic National Convention
The associate chair of the Democratic National Committee is the second Democrat to announce a bid for Graham's spot.
The Democratic National Committee selected the Wisconsin city over Houston and Miami.
The Golden State wants to shake up the 2020 primaries, but it might prove a footnote once more.
A Virginia lawmaker plans to file articles of impeachment Monday if Fairfax doesn't resign.
The professor has accused Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of forcing her to perform oral sex on him during the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
All three men face calls for resignation.
“I think all of the candidates ... understand that you cannot win the nomination without the African-American vote,” the Democratic operative says.
Dr. Vanessa Tyson alleges that the Virginia lawmaker forced her to perform oral sex on him during the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston.
The Democratic National Committee votes Saturday on a proposal to diminish the power of superdelegates at party conventions.
This week's DNC meeting is an opportunity to turn the page on an ugly chapter in the party's history.
During a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Donald Trump says he doesn’t “see any reason” why Russia would have meddled in the 2016 election and isn’t convinced they did, despite every major U.S. intelligence agency’s findings to the contrary.
The indictment reveals that a congressional candidate asked the Russians for dirt on an opponent, and that the Russians seemed to be following Trump's lead.
Bob Mulholland has no direct proof of Russian meddling in Democratic Party deliberations, but he remains suspicious.
Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones would be the first lesbian, Iraq War vet and Filipina-American to fill a U.S. House seat in Texas.
These male predators need to man up and say sorry without qualification.
A workplace injury and its aftermath were a political wake-up call for Virginia state delegate-elect Lee Carter.
Romney For Senate? Not The First Presidential Nominee To Seek Political Office After Losing A Presidential Election
There is precedent for former presidential nominees seeking office again, though not in a different state from the one they cut their political teeth in.