Harry Reid finally said goodbye. Nevada’s retiring senior senator — notorious for ending phone calls without signing off — spoke for the final time as a top elected official to a Democratic presidential convention Wednesday.
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President Barack Obama rallied delegates to support Hillary Clinton one day before she gives her acceptance speech as the Democratic Party’s nominee for president.
In what was likely his final major primetime speech, President Barack Obama addressed the Democratic National Convention on Thursday night in support of Hillary Clinton.
As he stood at the lectern last night, Bill Clinton was doing more than delivering another convention speech, something he has done every four years spanning four decades.
Hillary Clinton won enough delegate votes to win the Democratic nomination for president Tuesday, making history as the first woman from a major party to do so.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada stepped onto the national stage one more time Wednesday, ready for a fight.
Young people can accomplish whatever they put their heart to, including running for public office, a Nevada legislator said Wednesday at a panel at the Democratic National Committee’s Hispanic Caucus.
A Republican Nevada Assembly candidate who lost her race says she’s dropping a legal challenge of the election results. Connie Foust says she withdrew from her case on Tuesday, a day after a Las Vegas judge ruled against three other candidates with similar challenges.
The Republican presidential ticket projected mixed signals Wednesday to claims that Russia is meddling in the U.S. electoral process.
If you put politics aside for a moment, you could appreciate Tuesday’s events at the 2016 Democratic National Convention for what they were: the nomination of the first woman to head a major-party ticket in American history.
Democrats don’t appear to be too worried about going “too Hollywood,” what with the prospect of facing a reality TV star in November’s election.
Delegates went wild on Tuesday as Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance via video remote at the Democratic National Convention, telling the crowd that “we just put the biggest crack in the glass ceiling yet.”
Former President Bill Clinton portrayed his wife Hillary on Tuesday as a dynamic force for change and a longtime fighter for social justice as he made a case for her historic 2016 bid for the White House.
State Sen. Ruben Kihuen of Las Vegas will get a bigger than normal audience Thursday night when he’s among the lineup of speakers giving speeches in support of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Democrats loyal to Bernie Sanders signaled their intent to leave the party and protested inside and outside the convention hall after front-runner Hillary Clinton on Tuesday won the presidential nomination.
A daughter-and-father duo are delegates at the Democratic National Committee. The daughter is from Nevada, while the father is from Texas.
With the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week, conventional wisdom is hardening behind this idea: Hillary Clinton is going to be the next president.
Immigration reform was given a prominent place at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday, and Las Vegas immigration reform activists and a young girl were front and center.
Comic Sarah Silverman joined Sen. Al Franken Monday night to urge Democratic National Convention delegates to unite — then stirred up Bernie Sanders die-hards with some choice words.
Democrats divided over the future of their party agreed on at least one thing at their national convention in Philadelphia on Monday night: Michelle Obama was a star.
Declaring that Hillary Clinton will make an “outstanding president,” her former Democratic rival Bernie Sanders laid out his case for supporting her to a crowd that included 1,846 delegates pledged to his campaign.
The long ride down Philadelphia’s Broad Street is just a short hike compared to the rift that still exists between supporters of Bernie Sanders and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
First lady Michelle Obama stepped into the presidential election Monday with a forceful, impassioned defense of Hillary Clinton, casting her as the only candidate who can be trusted as a role model for the nation’s children. She took numerous swipes at Republican Donald Trump, all without mentioning his name.
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