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  • A selfie with Hillary? No problem.
    Yahoo News Photo Staff

    A selfie with Hillary? No problem.

    Clinton often grabs voters’ phones and clicks the shutter button herself, sometimes even making sure the photo turns out OK before handing the device back.

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  • Tim Kaine ‘Dad’ jokes flood Twitter after DNC speech
    Michael Walsh

    Tim Kaine ‘Dad’ jokes flood Twitter after DNC speech

    Tim Kaine kicked off his Wednesday night Democratic National Convention speech as any well-meaning family man might — by thanking his wife and children. According to Twitter, at least, Kaine’s father-figure brand stuck around throughout his speech — and long after it finished — as viewers at home flooded social media with suburban “Dad” jokes about Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential pick. Before Clinton tapped the Virginia senator and former governor to be her running mate, he was not particularly well-known to the general public.

  • Donald Trump says he was 'being sarcastic' when he called on Russian to find Hillary Clinton's emails
    Dylan Stableford

    Donald Trump says he was 'being sarcastic' when he called on Russian to find Hillary Clinton's emails

    Donald Trump says he was kidding when he directly called on Russia to find the estimated 30,000 emails that Hillary Clinton deleted from a private email server she used as secretary of state. The committee’s emails, which were leaked on the eve of the Democratic National Convention, suggested the Democratic Party favored Clinton over Bernie Sanders during the primaries. Administration officials and cybersecurity experts believe those emails, which were obtained and published by WikiLeaks, were the result of a breach of the DNC’s servers carried out by Russian hackers in an apparent attempt to influence the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.

  • How newspapers covered the third day of the DNC
    Yahoo News Photo Staff

    How newspapers covered the third day of the DNC

    In his speech at the Democratic National Convention, President Obama made the case for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s election as his successor. Obama said there’s never been a man or a woman — “not me, not Bill” — who’s more qualified than Hillary Clinton to be president. The president told Democrats he’s “ready to pass the baton” to Clinton in her campaign against Republican Donald Trump.

  • Why Clinton doesn’t inspire us — and why she should
    Matt Bai

    Why Clinton doesn’t inspire us — and why she should

    A few years back, during a visit to the Kennedy Library in Boston, I bought a terrific children’s book called “So You Want to Be President?,” which contains all kinds of fun historical facts. My daughter is 8 now, and she is obsessed with Hillary Clinton.

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  • The Unconventional Diaries: Democratic heavy hitters step up to the plate
    Andrew Bahl, Susanna Heller and Hunter Walker

    The Unconventional Diaries: Democratic heavy hitters step up to the plate

    Tim Kaine accepts the VP nomination, Obama and Biden wow the crowd, and emotions run high in Philadelphia. Yahoo News has enlisted participants at the Democratic National Convention representing different viewpoints and roles to file daily diary entries on their experiences in Philadelphia. Day 3 of the convention started off with the easy acclamation of Tim Kaine as the vice presidential nominee.

  • Clinton’s former rivals to her skeptics: Get over it — we did
    Andrew Romano

    Clinton’s former rivals to her skeptics: Get over it — we did

    How do you solve a problem like Hillary? With Bernie Sanders packing his bags for Burlington, and the party’s presidential nomination finally, firmly settled (even if the last few Sanders stragglers protesting in the press tent might disagree) the attention of the Democratic National Convention turned Wednesday to the unenviable task of trying to persuade the American people to vote for a nominee whom 55 percent of them don’t like and 68 percent of them don’t trust — and who is actually trailing Donald Trump in the polls right now. Michelle Obama presented a Mother-in-Chief’s case for Clinton.

  • Obama: ‘America is already great,’ vote Hillary
    Olivier Knox

    Obama: ‘America is already great,’ vote Hillary

    President Obama formally passed the torch to Hillary Clinton on Wednesday — but not before using it to try to burn down Donald Trump’s hopes of the White House and to light a fire under any Democratic voters inclined to stay home in November. “America is already great, America is already strong,” Obama told rowdy, sign-waving party activists packed into the Wells Fargo Center here, cheering his direct assault on the Republican nominee’s signature slogan. “And I promise you, our strength, our greatness, does not depend on Donald Trump,” he said, to commingled hurrahs and laughter.

  • Tim Kaine: I trust Hillary Clinton with my son’s life
    Liz Goodwin

    Tim Kaine: I trust Hillary Clinton with my son’s life

    Sen. Tim Kaine defended Hillary Clinton against Republican attacks Wednesday night in his first speech since officially becoming the Democratic nominee for vice president. Kaine also debuted an impression of Donald Trump, mocking the Republican nominee for making promises he doesn’t keep. “Now, last week in Cleveland, we heard a lot about trust,” Kaine said of the Republican National Convention.

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  • Bloomberg uses his billionaire status to bash Trump at the DNC
    Hunter Walker

    Bloomberg uses his billionaire status to bash Trump at the DNC

    A billionaire who has his name on office buildings around the world spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg used his own business success to undermine the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, who has largely based his campaign on his brand as a real estate developer and dealmaker. At one point, Bloomberg even called into question Trump’s sanity.

  • Joe Biden DNC speech shows he would have loved to run against Trump
    Jon Ward

    Joe Biden DNC speech shows he would have loved to run against Trump

    It seemed like the speech Joe Biden would have given if he were the Democratic nominee for president. After an emotional tribute to his eldest son, Beau, who died a year ago of brain cancer at age 46, and some words of support for the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, Biden saved his most passionate oratory for a rousing takedown of Trump. Biden used the heart of his speech to take Trump’s message of doom and gloom and use it against him, arguing that Trump is betting against Americans and doubting their strength and resolve.

  • Funny or Die 'Donald Decoded' video at DNC
    Yahoo News Video

    Funny or Die 'Donald Decoded' video at DNC

    Funny or Die presented a "Donald Decoded" video as part of a comedy series on the third night of the Democratic National Convention.

  • Trump courts Sanders supporters, plays greatest hits in Reddit AMA
    Chris Wilson

    Trump courts Sanders supporters, plays greatest hits in Reddit AMA

    Donald Trump kicked off his Wednesday with a long and controversial morning press conference, and he ended it this evening with an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit that served as an opportunity for his biggest fans to interact with the Republican nominee. It was also an attempt to appeal to frustrated Bernie Sanders supporters who might be interested in joining his cause. Over the course of 90 minutes, Trump answered 13 questions — most of them in brief replies, mainly working through his greatest hits.

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  • Leon Panetta scorches Trump at DNC, as crowd boos and chants, ‘No more war!’
    Olivier Knox

    Leon Panetta scorches Trump at DNC, as crowd boos and chants, ‘No more war!’

    In a blistering, mocking speech Wednesday, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta declared Donald Trump dangerously unfit to be commander in chief, accusing the brash entrepreneur of inviting Russian spies to help him defeat Hillary Clinton. “We cannot afford an erratic finger on our nuclear weapons,” Panetta, who also served President Obama as CIA director, told party faithful at the Democratic nominating convention here. Panetta blasted the former reality-show star for calling on Russia earlier in the day to track down an estimated 30,000 emails Clinton deleted from a controversial private server she used as secretary of state.

  • Jane Sanders vows to campaign ‘vigorously’ for Clinton
    Caitlin Dickson

    Jane Sanders vows to campaign ‘vigorously’ for Clinton

    “I think that he is the most dangerous candidate that we’ve had in this country,” Sanders said of Donald Trump, who accepted the Republican nomination for president in Cleveland last week. “He’s an entertainer and he’s not dumb,” she said.

  • Eric Holder denounces Trump's ‘breathtaking’ invitation for Russia to hack Clinton’s email
    Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman

    Eric Holder denounces Trump's ‘breathtaking’ invitation for Russia to hack Clinton’s email

    Former Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday that Donald Trump’s comments inviting Russia to use its cyberpowers to find Hillary Clinton’s missing emails were “almost hard to believe” and “really calls into question his ability to be commander in chief.”

  • Democrats put gun control front and center on third night of convention
    Jon Ward

    Democrats put gun control front and center on third night of convention

    Democrats made gun violence one of the biggest issues of their four-day convention on Wednesday night, devoting nearly an hour to the topic. On a night otherwise devoted to President Obama’s primetime speech boosting nominee Hillary Clinton and to introducing her running mate — Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia — to the nation, Democrats set a somber tone for much of the night.

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  • Flint Mayor, still grappling with lead poisoning, backs Hillary
    Caitlin Dickson

    Flint Mayor, still grappling with lead poisoning, backs Hillary

    Flint Mayor Karen Weaver took the Democratic National Convention stage Wednesday night to praise Hillary Clinton, who helped draw national attention to the city’s contaminated water crisis early in her presidential campaign. As part of a state-led effort to save money, the water supply in Flint, Mich., was switched from Lake Huron to the polluted Flint River in April 2014. It wasn’t long before Flint residents began complaining about the color, taste,and stench of their tap water.

  • Jerry Brown is with Hillary, because Trump
    Andrew Romano

    Jerry Brown is with Hillary, because Trump

    Capping a session that saw seven of his state’s top elected officials addressing the Democratic National Convention, California Gov. Jerry Brown completed a decades-long transformation from one of the Clintons’ bitterest Democratic foes to one of Hillary’s most prominent, if not particularly passionate, supporters.

  • Unconventional live: April Ryan and Bryan Cranston on Obama’s speech day three of the DNC
    Katie Couric

    Unconventional live: April Ryan and Bryan Cranston on Obama’s speech day three of the DNC

    On Wednesday, July 27, 2016, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric sits down with the Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Network April Ryan to close out day three of the Democratic National Convention. The two discuss President Obama’s impassioned speech in support of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

  • Ex-Sen. Bob Graham: The U.S. should withdraw its ambassador if Russia hacked DNC
    Michael Isikoff

    Ex-Sen. Bob Graham: The U.S. should withdraw its ambassador if Russia hacked DNC

    The former Democratic chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Wednesday that the United States should withdraw its ambassador from Moscow if it is determined that the Russian government hacked Democratic National Committee computers. “I think the possibility that [the Russians] are going to try to influence the outcome of American presidential election is totally outrageous and unacceptable,” former Sen. Bob Graham of Florida said in an interview with Yahoo News at the Democratic National Convention. If the FBI conclusively determines that the Russian government was behind the cyberattack on the DNC, there should be severe consequences, Graham said.

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  • Is this DNC speaker the next chair of the Democratic Party?
    Lisa Belkin

    Is this DNC speaker the next chair of the Democratic Party?

    The Democratic National Committee will be in need of new leadership after the November election, and one possible replacement took the stage at the convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday evening: Stephanie Schriock, president of EMILY’s List.

  • In a convention first, NARAL president talks about her own abortion
    Garance Franke Ruta

    In a convention first, NARAL president talks about her own abortion

    Her remarks came in the 5 p.m. hour, not in primetime, but when NARAL Pro-Choice America President Ilyse Hogue spoke from the Democratic National Convention stage here on Wednesday, she made convention history.

  • Unconventional live: Center for American Progress president Neera Tanden on importance of the 2016 election
    Katie Couric

    Unconventional live: Center for American Progress president Neera Tanden on importance of the 2016 election

    On Wednesday, July 27, 2016, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric sits down with the President of the Center for American Progress Neera Tanden. The two discuss the latest developments from the Democratic National Convention.

  • Unconventional live: Gov. Jerry Brown on the Democratic Party’s path to victory
    Katie Couric

    Unconventional live: Gov. Jerry Brown on the Democratic Party’s path to victory

    On Wednesday, July 27, 2016, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric sits down with Gov. Jerry Brown, D-Calif., after he delivers his speech to the Democratic National Convention.