2016 Democratic National Convention

Trump: Clinton Speech a 'Very Average Scream'
GOP nominee says rival's Thursday address came from a 'fantasy universe'

Donald Trump took issue with Hillary Clinton's assertion that he couldn't handle the rough and tumble of a political campaign. "Really, I just beat 16 people and am beating her!" he tweeted. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Donald Trump broke out some of his greatest hits on Friday to attack Hillary Clinton's acceptance speech before the Democratic National Convention on Thursday.

Did Bill Clinton Catch a Little Shut-Eye During Hillary's Speech?
It was pretty late

Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine glances over at former President Bill Clinton during Hillary Clinton's acceptance speech Thursday night. (Screen shot)

Bill Clinton tweeted last night that watching his daughter Chelsea introduce her mother at the Democratic National Convention was one of the greatest moments of his life. It seems that he came down from that emotional high pretty quickly.

Big Donor Offers Big Money to Trump If He Releases Taxes
Clinton backer says he'll donate $1 million to charity of Trump's choice

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said he will release his tax returns if an IRS audit is completed before the election. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Calls for Donald Trump to release his tax returns have been gaining steam and now, they're being fueled by a million dollar bounty.  

Moishe Mana, a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, has offered to donate $1 million dollars to the charity of Donald Trump's choice if he releases his tax returns, according to The Associated Press .   

Chelsea Clinton Excited to Set Stage for History
'I think my heart will burst,' she says of introducing her mother at Democratic convention

Chelsea Clinton says she hopes to dispel notions about her mother in her speech introducing the Democratic nominee Thursday night in Philadelphia. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Chelsea Clinton, the former first teen who has matured into a battle-tested campaign surrogate, on Thursday said she plans to eschew rhetoric and speak instead from a deeply personal place when introducing her mother, Hillary Clinton, at the Democratic National Convention.  

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Clinton to Stress 'Moment of Reckoning' in Convention Speech
Democratic nominee expected to draw a sharp contrast with Trump

Hillary Clinton will talk about "how this election is really a moment of reckoning for the voters," her campaign manager said Thursday. (Bill Clark/Roll Call)

PHILADELPHIA — Hillary Clinton will highlight the stakes of this presidential election, as well as offer specific policy proposals, in her address to the Democratic National Convention Thursday night.  

Campaign manager Robby Mook said Clinton's speech would tie together each of the previous nights of the convention in Philadelphia.  

3 Things Clinton Must Do Tonight
Democratic nominee prepares for the speech of her life

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on the Wells Fargo Center stage in Philadelphia Wednesday at the Democratic National Convention (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Hillary Clinton has said it herself multiple times: She's a lackluster public speaker.  

Yet Thursday night she must find a way to make a soaring case for her presidential nomination, matching — if not outshining — a series of Democratic National Convention speeches that has been hailed as among the best in their genre.

What to Watch for on Final Day of Democratic Convention
Women's and social issues, national security messages before Clinton's acceptance speech

Chelsea Clinton listens as her father,  former President Bill Clinton, speaks at a campaign event in Iowa in January. On Thursday, she'll introduce Hillary Clinton to accept the Democratic nomination for president. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Social issues and national security will be highlighted during the final day of the Democratic National Convention on Thursday leading up to Hillary Clinton accepting her party's presidential nomination. And expect lots of "Stronger Together" signs to be distributed on the floor.  

In a nod to the liberal base, conventioneers will hear from Gene Karpinski, president of the League of Conservation Voters, and from Chad Griffin, president of the LGBT advocacy group, the Human Rights Campaign. New York Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, co-chairman of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, will also address the delegates.  

The Latest From the Democratic Convention — Day 3
Obama, Biden, others to tell convention and the nation why Clinton is prepared for the White House

Democratic Nominee for Vice President Tim Kaine takes the stage at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Gun Violence Takes Center Stage at Democratic Convention
Activists sense a sea change in momentum around the issue

Former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, seen here with her husband Mark Kelly, will address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia Tuesday night. (Bill Clark/ Roll Call)

PHILADELPHIA — Every couple of minutes, it seems to Daniel Hernandez, someone stops him to ask about gun violence.  

Hernandez is a former intern for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. He helped save the Arizona Democrat's life after she was shot in the head at a constituent event in 2011.  

The Latest From the DNC
Hillary Clinton has officially won the Democratic nomination

From left, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, Jane Sanders and Bernie Sanders listen to nominating speeches at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (Photo By Bill Clark)