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Democratic National Convention
Originally posted 07/23/2016 10:25AM
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine has officially hit the campaign trail running as Hillary Clinton's Vice Presidential pick, just one day after the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee announced her choice.
Originally posted 07/22/2016 08:30PM
He's with her.
Originally posted 07/22/2016 12:30PM
The stars are with her.
Chloë Grace Moretz, Lena Dunham and America Ferrara Set to Speak in Support of Hillary Clinton at Democratic National Convention
Originally posted 07/20/2016 10:00PM
Hollywood influencers will be heading to the City of Brotherly Love to support Hillary Clinton.
Teen Fired for Asking Why She was Paid Less Than Male Coworker Will Speak at Democratic National Convention
Originally posted 07/18/2016 04:00PM
Jensen Walcott from Bonner Springs, Kansas, never imagined a $0.25 pay gap with her male coworker would make her a symbol in the fight for equality. Now she's going to speak to the country at the Democratic National Convention.
Is the End Near? Bernie Sanders Still Sees 'Narrow Path' for Besting Hillary Clinton but Let's Go Hundreds of Campaign Staff
Originally posted 04/28/2016 10:40AM
Bernie Sanders says he's not giving up in the race for the White House, despite significantly downsizing his campaign staff.
Originally posted 09/07/2012 06:00AM
Talk about a political party!
Eva Longoria mixed and mingled with Democratic National Convention attendees at a Got Your 6 event in Charlotte, N.C., on Wednesday night.
The Desperate Housewives star posed for photos on the red carpet, sharing her political views with the press. She also spoke about the importance of supporting Got Your 6, which aims to bridge the gap between military personnel and citizens by aiding in the reintegration of returning veterans into society.
During the event, Flo Rida performed all of his hits, including "Whistle", for the crowd of celebrities, delegates and democratic supporters.
Longoria teased the rapper-singer about his patriotic attire and joked about borrowing his American flag scarf for her speech on Thursday.
– Melody Chiu
Originally posted 09/02/2012 03:25PM
While it's not being said that Clint Eastwood made President Obama's day, the chief executive does own up to being "a huge fan" of the actor-filmmaker – who last week delivered a long and much-discussed prime-time presentation on stage at the Republican National Convention that was critical of the current administration.
"He is a great actor, and an even better director," the President told USA Today in an interview aboard Air Force One. "I think the last few movies that he's made have been terrific."
The newspaper then asked point blank if Obama took offense at what Eastwood did – speaking to an empty chair that was meant to represent Obama's sitting there and responding to the screen legend's pointed questions.
Originally posted 09/02/2008 01:55PM
Fresh from the Venice Film Festival, George Clooney will appear Tuesday evening at a Barack Obama fundraiser in Geneva.
According to reports from Swiss news agency ATS, the Burn After Reading star and longtime Obama supporter hopes to increase Democratic coffers by nearly $1 million at the event, held for U.S. citizens living overseas.
According to planners, Clooney will address a cocktail reception – speaking and answering questions – of 170 U.S. citizens, who are each paying $1,000.
Originally posted 08/29/2008 09:20AM
He's only just become the official Democratic nominee, but it seems Barack Obama already has the celebrity vote sewn up.
His moving acceptance speech at Denver's 2008 Democratic National Convention was watched by a bevy of cheering stars Thursday night.
One of the most moved? Oprah Winfrey, a longtime supporter, who told the Associated Press, "I cried my eyelashes off."
"I think it's the most powerful thing I have ever experienced," added the daytime queen, comparing his words to Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic "I Have a Dream Speech." (Fitting, then, that Obama's prime-time speech fell on the 45th anniversary of the civil rights leader's famous address.)
But she was not alone in her praise. Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie called the speech "amazing," while Jessica Alba found it "incredible."
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