Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Sanders supporters are pointing to the hacked DNC emails and voicemails as proof that the system is rigged, but the leak has produced no smoking guns.
The Kremlin's spokesman said Americans were playing "the Russia card." Foreign minister Lavrov was a bit more colorful when asked if Russians had stolen Democratic emails.
Hillary Clinton's coronation is already devolving into chaos.
The Democratic convention is kicking off under the cloud of an email scandal, resignation of one of the party's top officials, and a lot of angry Bernie Sanders supporters, many of whom share Republicans' intense dislike of Hillary Clinton.
An enormous trove of emails posted online by Wikileaks showed how top names at the DNC disparaged Bernie Sanders' campaign and tried to find ways to sabotage it
In one email, a Democratic National Committee official wonders if playing up Sanders' alleged atheism in the southern states would hurt his campaign.
Everything about the Russian hack of the DNC is weird—including how little it might ultimately matter.
The real question isn't so much what he's hiding—it's why he feels entitled to conceal something that every presidential candidate since the 1970s has been expected to reveal.
In a letter to the Democratic National Committee, the Sanders camp expressed "extremely serious concerns" over the fundraising relationship between his rival and the DNC.
In Carson City, Nevada, the local Democratic Party shares its office with the Clinton campaign—another subtle message that voters are expected to fall in line behind the party's heir apparent.
The country's draconian abortion ban has led to far too many women being shamed, abused, and sentenced to prison.