Hillary Clinton was formally declared the Democratic presidential nominee on Tuesday evening, amid protests from supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and efforts of party leaders to unify Democrats behind the former secretary of state.
Former president Bill Clinton delivered a speech chronicling his first meeting with Hillary through her time working at the State Department, offering a personal perspective of his wife and highlights of her political resume in Tuesday night’s keynote address at the Democratic National Convention.
Actress Amber Tamblyn admitted she has much to learn about the reproductive rights of trans women, and whether men who self-identify as women can get abortions.
PHILADELPHIA—Democratic senators, congressmen, and governors told a group of gun control advocates they are confident in Hillary Clinton at an event in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
PHILADELPHIA—The Republican National Committee pushed back against Democratic claims that Hillary Clinton will be better on foreign policy during a Tuesday press conference.
PHILADELPHIA—A group of pro-Israel protesters made their presence known outside of a panel discussion on the “evolving politics of the Jewish community” put on by J Street, a radical advocacy group that is critical of the Jewish state.
Rep. Alan Grayson (D., Fla.) threatened to have a Politico reporter arrested at an event hosted by the publication in Philadelphia on Tuesday.