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FoxNews.com Democrats plan to have Bain Capital employees make the case against Mitt Romney at their convention in Charlotte. Senior Obama campaign officials confirmed to Fox News that at least two people who worked at Bain Capital -- Romney's
Kentucky delegates to the Democratic National Convention are taking a break from politics on Sunday to watch another partisian event the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville football game. Kentucky has 73 delegates traveling to the DNC
Vice President Joe Biden mounted the Democratic counterpoint to the Republican presidential ticket Friday, drawing attention to the Obama administration's rescue of the auto industry and portraying GOP presidential challenger Mitt Romney as a foe of
There is little argument that becoming the President of the United States of America is no small achievement. While many have aspired to become the most powerful leader in the free world, few have succeeded. Within the two centuries of this
In his first extended critique of the Republican National Convention , President Obama on Saturday mocked his rivals' nominating stage show as outdated and uninspired, suggesting that the GOP was offering "an agenda better suited for the last century.
As with the Republican convention last week, the biggest business of the Democratic convention, the nomination of its presidential candidate, is a foregone conclusion. But also like area Republican delegates in Tampa, the Democrats headed to
FoxNews.com President Obama is pumping up supporters ahead of the Democratic convention by campaigning Saturday in the swing state that effectively launched his successful presidential bid four years ago. Mitt Romney and his running mate, meanwhile,
Earlier in the week, the biggest "story" of the convention seemed to be Hurricane Isaac. On Sunday night, as the storm swirled ominously toward the Gulf Coast, broadcast TV producers faced a dilemma: How to cover the potentially devastating event
Bill Burke has cast one eye on the Hy-Vee Triathlon and the other on Tropical Storm Isaac this week. The Hy-Vee Triathlon race director is from New Orleans, which was hammered by three days of rain by the tropical storm, which is finally weakening.
As delegates poured into the Tampa Bay Times Forum just after 6 p.m. on Thursday, Minnesota delegate Yelena Vorobyov (pictured) was one of over a dozen waiting at the top of the entrance steps to express their displeasure and alienation. She carried