Sanders Urges Turned-off Voters to Turn Out for ClintonIn a pair of university stops in battleground Ohio on Saturday, Bernie Sanders used his enduring popularity with young voters to urge support for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. It's just that his crowds aren't what they used to be.
Smaller Protests, No Marches On Convention's Day 3Small protests popped up around downtown Philadelphia on Wednesday and no marches were planned, making for quieter streets on Day 3 of the Democratic convention.
Clinton Wins Historic Nomination, Emotional Boost From BillTaking on the role of devoted political spouse, former President Bill Clinton declared his wife Hillary an impassioned "change-maker."
Pot Activists March With 51-Foot Joint During DNCThe sun was blazing and temperatures were rising to more than 90 degrees, but that didn't stop a group of marijuana activists from breaking a sweat in downtown Philadelphia on Monday afternoon.
AP: Hacked Emails Show Democratic Party Hostility To SandersSeveral emails posted by Wikileaks on its document disclosure website show DNC officials scoffing at Sanders and his supporters, the Associated Press reports.
Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton For PresidentBernie Sanders, whose calls for a "political revolution" energized millions of voters across the nation, offered a long-awaited endorsement of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton Tuesday, calling for unity just two weeks shy of the Democratic National Convention.
Clinton Campaign Confirms Her Appearance With SandersFormer Democratic rival Bernie Sanders will join Hillary Clinton at a New Hampshire event on Tuesday where he plans to endorse her.
Sanders Says He'll Vote For Clinton To Defeat TrumpVermont Sen. Bernie Sanders vowed Friday morning to vote for Hillary Clinton in November to defeat Donald Trump.
Crochet Bernie Sanders Makes Appearance at Wash. ConventionA crochet version of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made it to the Washington Democratic Convention.
Facing Calls From Dems to Quit, Sanders Sits Down With ObamaWith calls growing for him to quit, Bernie Sanders came to the White House on Thursday for a meeting that President Barack Obama hoped to use to try to nudge the Vermont senator to accept defeat in the Democratic race. Obama planned to endorse Hillary Clinton after the meeting.
Sanders Supporters Angry With News Of Clinton's VictorySupporters of Bernie Sanders were upset that several outlets had already declared rival Hillary Clinton the party's presumptive nominee.
Sanders: Democratic Convention Could Be 'Messy'Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and his push to make the party more inclusive could get "messy" but asserts in an interview with The Associated Press: "Democracy is not always nice and quiet and gentle."