Day 4 Of The Republican National Convention: Hits & MissesThursday was a historic night for Republicans in Cleveland.
4 Things To Know: Trump Accepts Nod, Ailes Out & MoreThey include a first for the Disney princess line, and the moment of ascendance for Donald Trump within the Republican Party ranks.
Day 3 Of The Republican National Convention: Hits & MissesOn Friday night in Cleveland, Donald Trump will officially accept the Republican nomination for President of the United States.
Wisconsin Delegates Not With CruzWisconsin delegates at the Republican National Convention say they are disappointed that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz stopped short of endorsing Donald Trump.
4 Things To Know For July 21, 2016These are the four things you need to know about for Thursday, July 21. They include an excuse to indulge in your worst gastronomic impulses, and travel problems plaguing customers of a major airline.
S.D. Delegate Opposes Trump With Face Palm At RNCOne member of South Dakota's delegation to the Republican National Convention found it hard to look when the group announced its support for GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
4 Things To Know: Trump Is GOP Nominee, Record Heat & MoreFrom Donald Trump officially becoming the Republican Party's presidential nominee to more on the record heat, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, July 20.
1st Day Of RNC Focuses On Terrorism, ImmigrationThe greatest political show on Earth is unfolding in Cleveland, Ohio, this week.
Clinton Lays Out Education Platform At AFT ConferenceHere in the Twin Cities, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign focused on education. On Monday evening, Clinton spoke to members of the American Federation of Teachers at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Minnesota Republican Delegates Share Message Of Unity At RNCOn the convention floor Monday, some of the delegates attempted to change the rules to stop Donald Trump's nomination.
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Anti-Trump Delegates Say They Can Force A Vote Over RulesSignaling a potentially boisterous start to the Republican convention, anti-Trump delegates claimed on Monday that they'd collected enough signatures of delegates to force a state-by-state roll call vote on changing party rules, a battle that party leaders hoped to avoid.