Clinton officially became the first woman to lead a major political party's ticket and delivered an acceptance speech loaded with attacks on her Republican foe.
Wednesday night was Barack Obama's shining moment—and his party was soaking it up.
Dad jokes may have been all the rage, but there was nothing funny about the policy issues raised.
The DNC's second night was full of powerful words and viral moments—but not every speech landed perfectly.
The former president spent Tuesday night describing his early romance with the first woman nominated as a major party's presidential candidate.
They don't call it the "Democratic Party" for nothing.
Picking the site of the 2016 DNC is about the future of the party as much as anything. But is Brooklyn the image Democrats really want to project?