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The LGBTQ rights advocate won a Democratic state Senate primary in Delaware this week.
My parents "didn't give me a million dollars to start a business," the actor said after the Democrats were assailed for having a celebrity host at the DNC.
Despite his claims to respect veterans more than anyone, President Donald Trump has frequently made offensive statements about members of the armed forces and their families.
Two new HuffPost/YouGov polls reveal what the viewers judged each party's message to be.
The Republican admitted the video shouldn't have been edited but maintained that the real interview still proved that Joe Biden wants to defund police.
Rep. Steve Scalise tweeted a video that altered the words of the progressive activist, who has Lou Gehrig’s disease and speaks using voice assistive technology.
The president tweeted that he'd received "great ratings," but the actual numbers for the RNC prove the exact opposite.
Eight nights of programming later, the presidential race remains the same.
Our editors have picked some of your most thought-provoking comments from last week’s top stories.
For better and for worse, the former president told the American story his party wants to hear.
Join a virtual post-convention discussion on the Sprint to November with HuffPost's reporters on Aug. 28.
13-year-old Brayden Harrington spoke at the virtual Democratic National Convention about bonding with Joe Biden over the fact they both have a stutter.
"He delivered a good speech," the Fox News personality said in a rare moment of praise, turning Trump Jr.'s smile upside down.
Chris Wallace, Bret Baier, Dana Perino and Karl Rove all gave the former vice president high marks.
The claim is the president’s latest effort to undermine the November election.
Then she warns in her own voice: “Donald Trump doesn’t want any of us to vote because he knows he can’t win fair and square."
Biden and company rebutted some of the Trump campaign’s most prominent arguments.
The president ranted about photo IDs needed to attend the Democratic National Convention and segued into mail-in voting. Twitter set him straight.
In a divided country, Democrats think the former vice president’s character is his strongest selling point.