Though underhanded, the DNC's Debbie Wasserman Schultz proved more effective than the RNC's Reince Priebus.
DNC participants from across the political spectrum share their thoughts after a tense and dramatic first day.
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren tried to ease the tension with progressives on a wild first day at the DNC.
The Vermont senator implores his rebellious followers to line up behind his former primary rival, Hillary Clinton.
Former NAACP leader Ben Jealous, who supported Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary, criticizes some party officials.
She reflects on Clinton's quest to be the first woman elected president, and on her husband's tenure as the first black president.
He reverts to his freewheeling style as he attacks Clinton and other high-profile Democrats.
Despite his texted plea, many of his delegates interrupt the opening prayer with chants of "Bernie!"
The former presidential candidate hears jeers after urging delegates to unify the party and support Hillary Clinton.
In a Monday speech to the CFW, Hillary Clinton never once used Donald Trump's name. But her attacks against his past statements were clear.
Clinton's campaign suggests that Russia was trying to help Trump with the massive hack in June.
The reach of the hackers includes members' private email accounts and potentially the content of their smartphones.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz is under fire over emails that suggest the Democratic Party favored Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
Malik Obama, a Muslim who has lived in the U.S. for decades, likes the Republican's focus on security.
Torrential rain lashing down on the northern part of the country has also displaced more than half a million people.
A Syrian man who had been denied asylum in Germany died when a bomb he was carrying exploded outside a music festival in Ansbach.
Democrats' hopes for a conflict-free convention are quickly dashed as party chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz is forced to resign.