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  • This time, the woman is in charge — and the man is by her side
    Lisa Belkin

    This time, the woman is in charge — and the man is by her side

    In the summer of 1984, after all, kissing was all the talk at the Democratic National Convention, as strategists tied themselves in knots discussing how Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro — the first co-ed presidential ticket in history — should interact. Instead, the power of the moment was how awkward it wasn’t.  Two politicians stood on a stage, hands clasped and raised, and two things were true: a) that the woman was the lead candidate, the man her second, and b) it looked perfectly normal.

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  • America, Tim Kaine loves your dad jokes
    Caitlin Dickson

    America, Tim Kaine loves your dad jokes

    America, Tim Kaine has heard your dad jokes, and he thinks they’re funny. The Virginia senator made his campaign debut last weekend at a Miami rally where Hillary Clinton officially named him as her running mate. Based on the stream of jokes that flooded Twitter Wednesday night, one of the biggest takeaways from Kaine’s DNC speech was that Clinton’s running mate is really just a sweet suburban dad.

  • Clinton rises to history in the newspapers on final day of the DNC
    Yahoo News Photo Staff

    Clinton rises to history in the newspapers on final day of the DNC

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton cast herself as a steady leader at a “moment of reckoning” for America on Thursday night, contrasting her character with what she described as the dangerous and volatile Donald Trump. In the biggest speech of her quarter century in politics, Clinton accepted the nomination for the Nov. 8 election with a promise to make the United States a country that works for everyone. “We are clear-eyed about what our country is up against. But we are not afraid,” she said.

  • Clinton-Obama hug photo goes viral on Instagram
    Michael Walsh

    Clinton-Obama hug photo goes viral on Instagram

    On the night Hillary Clinton made history by accepting the Democratic Party’s nomination for the presidency, the world wasn’t just watching at home passively as it had in past elections, but speaking out and reacting in real time over social media. Data from Instagram, Twitter and other services also indicate which moments from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia resonated with the American people. For instance, the picture that Clinton shared of herself and President Obama embracing after he delivered an impassioned speech in support of her candidacy Wednesday night became the most-liked Instagram photo (146,000) from any candidate in this presidential race.

  • The Unconventional Diaries: Two wild weeks in Cleveland and Philadelphia
    Susanna Heller and Andrew Bahl

    The Unconventional Diaries: Two wild weeks in Cleveland and Philadelphia

    Yahoo News enlisted participants at the Democratic and Republican national conventions — representing different viewpoints and roles — to file daily diary entries about their on-the-ground experiences in Philadelphia and Cleveland.

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  • On the ground at the DNC  — a photo report
    Yahoo News Photo Staff

    On the ground at the DNC  — a photo report

    Award-winning photographer Khue Bui is on the ground for Yahoo capturing scenes from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. From protests outside to the convention floor and the quirky stuff in between — we will presenting his exclusive photographic report throughout the week. See our complete convention coverage here. See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr

  • The Unconventional Diaries: Clinton’s grand finale wraps up the Democratic show
    Andrew Bahl and Susanna Heller

    The Unconventional Diaries: Clinton’s grand finale wraps up the Democratic show

    Gen. John Allen rallies the troops, a loving daughter speaks, and Hillary Clinton accepts the nomination for president in Philadelphia. Yahoo News enlisted participants at the Democratic National Convention representing different viewpoints and roles to file daily diary entries on their experiences in Philadelphia.

  • Clinton to Trump: You don’t represent the real America. I do.
    Andrew Romano

    Clinton to Trump: You don’t represent the real America. I do.

    When Hillary Clinton stepped to the podium on the final night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention to accept her party’s nomination for president, she attempted to do something that Democrats have rarely, if ever, succeeded in doing. “Here’s the sad truth: There is no other Donald Trump,” Clinton said. Thanks to Donald Trump — and his dark, in many ways un-Republican vision of America — she may actually pull it off.

  • ‘Do all the good’: The Methodist saying that became a Clinton campaign slogan
    Amy Sullivan

    ‘Do all the good’: The Methodist saying that became a Clinton campaign slogan

    Television viewers who watched day two of the Democratic National Convention may have noticed signs with the words “Do All the Good” blanketing the crowd in the Wells Fargo Center. Like many Methodist kids, Clinton would have been taught the famous saying in church. Methodists usually attribute the words to John Wesley, one of the 18th century founders of the denomination, although as with the many apocryphal sayings of St. Francis, there’s no evidence that Wesley ever said or wrote the words.

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  • Hillary seizes her moment
    Liz Goodwin

    Hillary seizes her moment

    Hillary Clinton accepted her party’s nomination Thursday night in a sweeping speech in which she promised to be a president for all Americans and presented a liberal agenda influenced by the ideas of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ supporters. Clinton also painted her Republican rival, Donald Trump, as a hotheaded, divisive figure who cannot be trusted as commander in chief. “He wants us to fear the future and fear each other,” Clinton said of Trump.

  • Full text of Hillary Clinton’s speech at the DNC
    Yahoo Politics Staff

    Full text of Hillary Clinton’s speech at the DNC

    Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton waves as she arrives to accept the nomination on the fourth and final night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 28, 2016. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton delivered the below remarks Thursday, July 28, 2016 at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

  • Chelsea shows a side of Hillary the public seldom sees
    Lisa Belkin

    Chelsea shows a side of Hillary the public seldom sees

    Chelsea Clinton’s purpose was to make that possibility more likely, and to soften the image of a mother who many voters say they see as brittle, to paint a warmer portrait of a woman many voters say they do not like. “My earliest memory is my mom picking me up after I’d fallen down, giving me a big hug and reading me ‘Goodnight Moon’,” Chelsea said. Chelsea Clinton, embraces her mother, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, during the final day of the Democratic National Convention.

  • General Allen’s call to duty: Saluting Hillary Clinton
    Daniel Klaidman

    General Allen’s call to duty: Saluting Hillary Clinton

    Hillary Clinton on Thursday received the strong endorsement of retired Marine Corps Gen. John Allen, who commanded the war in Afghanistan and more recently was President Obama’s special envoy to the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL. Flanked by a wall of retired flag officers from all of the military’s services and younger veterans of the wars of 9/11, the martial display served as a kind of protective armor for a presidential candidate whom Republican nominee Donald Trump has savaged as weak and feckless on national security. “We stand before you tonight to endorse Hillary Clinton for president of the United States of America,” Allen said of Clinton, who will claim the Democratic nomination later Thursday night.

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  • Father of fallen Muslim soldier to Trump: Have you read the Constitution?
    Liz Goodwin

    Father of fallen Muslim soldier to Trump: Have you read the Constitution?

    Khizr Khan, the father of a fallen U.S. soldier who earned a Purple Heart, criticized Donald Trump on Thursday night for his plan to temporarily bar immigrants from Muslim countries. “Let me ask you, have you even read the United States Constitution?” Khan asked, speaking at the Democratic National Convention. Khizr Khan, father of fallen U.S. Army Capt. Humayun S.M. Khan, holds up a copy of the Constitution of the United States, as his wife listens during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Thursday, July 28, 2016.

  • Sanders campaign asks supporters to not disrupt Clinton DNC speech ‘as a courtesy to Bernie’
    Hunter Walker

    Sanders campaign asks supporters to not disrupt Clinton DNC speech ‘as a courtesy to Bernie’

    The presidential campaign of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders made an appeal to its supporters on Thursday, urging them not to disrupt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s Democratic National Convention speech. Sanders’ campaign sent a pair of text messages to its delegates at 8:40 p.m. asking them to “respect” Clinton’s speech, which is set to take place within the next few hours. “On Monday, when Bernie gave his speech to the Democratic convention, Secretary Clinton’s campaign asked her supporters to be respectful, and they were,” the messages said.

  • Cory Booker on sexism and Hillary Clinton’s rise: People don’t call men ‘shrill’
    Jason Sickles

    Cory Booker on sexism and Hillary Clinton’s rise: People don’t call men ‘shrill’

    Hillary Clinton has overcome many obstacles on her groundbreaking path to become the first woman presidential nominee for a major party, and sexism was certainly one of them, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker said Thursday night in an interview with Yahoo News. Chatting with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric at the Democratic National Convention, Booker cited descriptions of Clinton’s hard-charging personality as “shrill” among the subtle ways gender bias has been woven into the critiques against her over the years. “There’s a different standard applied to women than is applied to men,” Booker said in a live interview with Couric and Yahoo News National Political Columnist Matt Bai.

  • FBI warned Clinton campaign last spring of cyberattack
    Michael Isikoff

    FBI warned Clinton campaign last spring of cyberattack

    The FBI warned the Clinton campaign that it was a target of a cyberattack last March, just weeks before the Democratic National Committee discovered it had been penetrated by hackers it now believes were working for Russian intelligence, two sources who have been briefed on the matter told Yahoo News. In a meeting with senior officials at the campaign’s Brooklyn headquarters, FBI agents laid out concerns that cyberhackers had used so-called spear-phishing emails as part of an attempt to penetrate the campaign’s computers, the sources said. One of the sources said agents conducting a national security investigation asked the Clinton campaign to turn over internal computer logs as well as the personal email addresses of senior campaign officials.

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  • Clinton, like Trump, makes play for voters of the opposite party
    Jon Ward

    Clinton, like Trump, makes play for voters of the opposite party

    On the night that Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president, her party featured two Republican speakers who talked about their intent to vote for Clinton this fall against Republican nominee Donald Trump. A former White House aide to Ronald Reagan, Doug Elmets, and a health policy worker at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Jennifer Pierotti Lim, both told the convention hall of Democrats and a primetime national TV audience why they’re voting for Clinton. Elmets said it was “a shock” to be speaking at the Democratic convention, but argued that Trump falls so far short of what’s required to be president that he felt duty bound to oppose him and support Clinton.

  • Clinton campaign chair John Podesta: ‘Emotional’ Sanders supporters won’t hurt her chances
    Hunter Walker

    Clinton campaign chair John Podesta: ‘Emotional’ Sanders supporters won’t hurt her chances

    John Podesta, the chair of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, says he is not concerned about lingering divisions from the Democratic primary damaging her chances in the general election.

  • Unconventional live: Recapping and reacting to the Democratic National Convention
    Katie Couric

    Unconventional live: Recapping and reacting to the Democratic National Convention

    On Thursday, July 28, 2016, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric, Yahoo National Political Columnist Matt Bai, and Yahoo Chief Washington Correspondent Olivier Knox analyze Hillary Clinton’s keynote speech on the final night of the Democratic National Convention. They also look back on major moments of this historic DNC and offer their thoughts as to where the party goes from here.

  • Unconventional live: Ashley Judd on what Hillary Clinton’s nomination means for women everywhere
    Katie Couric

    Unconventional live: Ashley Judd on what Hillary Clinton’s nomination means for women everywhere

    On Thursday, July 28, 2016, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric sits down with actress and political activist Ashley Judd. They discuss the historic nature of Hillary Clinton’s nomination and what it means for women everywhere.

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  • A female nominee breaks ground, but good luck finding a tampon at the DNC
    Garance Franke Ruta

    A female nominee breaks ground, but good luck finding a tampon at the DNC

    Women’s “potty parity,” menstrual product availability, and bathroom-of-choice access for trans individuals have emerged as topics of legislative concern within the Democratic Party in recent years. None of the giant bathrooms in the sports arena that I checked — neither female nor all gender — stocked feminine hygiene products.

  • Tammy Duckworth: I didn’t put my life on the line so Trump could invite Russia to interfere in U.S. elections
    Colin Campbell

    Tammy Duckworth: I didn’t put my life on the line so Trump could invite Russia to interfere in U.S. elections

    Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., who lost her legs as an Army helicopter pilot in Iraq, delivered a pointed critique of Donald Trump on Thursday at the Democratic National Convention. The Democratic Senate candidate began her address by recounting the 2004 attack that wounded her. “Twelve years ago, I was co-piloting a Black Hawk helicopter over Iraq,” she recalled.

  • Gen. Allen: ‘No question’ troops will follow woman commander in chief
    Olivier Knox

    Gen. Allen: ‘No question’ troops will follow woman commander in chief

    Retired four-star Marine Gen. John Allen, who has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, told Yahoo News in a Thursday interview that there is “no question” that American troops will take orders from a woman commander in chief. Allen, who commanded U.S. forces in Afghanistan and was President Obama’s top military adviser in the campaign against the so-called Islamic State, also said that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said things that make U.S. forces around the world less safe. Asked whether American troops are ready to serve under a woman commander in chief, Allen replied that “there’s no question in my mind” that they are.

  • Retired Gen. Allen says there is ‘no question’ troops will accept a female commander in chief
    Yahoo News Video

    Retired Gen. Allen says there is ‘no question’ troops will accept a female commander in chief

    Retired Marine Corps Gen. John Allen discusses how he believes troops will react if Hillary Clinton becomes the first female commander in chief.