Michelle Obama’s Fashion: On Message

Throughout Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, Democrats have framed the contest as a choice between a wealthy businessman who would fight for the 1%, and an incumbent president who cares about the middle class. At the …

About Last Night: Wow

The streets and hotel corridors of Charlotte are still vibrating this morning after Michelle Obama‘s remarkable effort, the Democratic Party’s remarkable opening convention night. There was just a quantum leap of energy from the …

Obama’s Stadium Speech Rained Out

Citing safety concerns, Democratic organizers announced Wednesday morning that President Obama’s nomination acceptance speech in Charlotte will be moved indoors from Bank of America Stadium to the Time Warner Cable Arena. The venue change, prompted by forecasts of thunderstorms, leaves some 40,000 Democrats who had planned to attend …

WATCH: TIME’s Delegate of the Day

Charlotte, N.C.

Today’s featured delegate at the Democratic National Convention is Brittany Duff, a 22-year-old Washington delegate who is concerned about LGBT rights and how young people like her can pay for school.

Anti-Abortion Democrats Argue for More Inclusion

Charlotte, N.C.

“Being pro-life in the Democratic Party can be a lonely place,” former Pennsylvania Representative Kathy Dahlkemper said on Tuesday. She and three fellow anti-abortion liberals were sitting on a Democrats …

WATCH: TIME’s Delegate of the Day

TIME’s video team is featuring a delegate (or two) each day at the Democratic National Convention. Today’s delegate is a woman from American Samoa, a retired Air Force veteran who came to Charlotte with her husband from their Pacific island home.

The Obama Campaign Claims Ownership of Truth

Honestly, the Obama campaign has a new message. “We’re going to have an honest conversation,” said campaign spokesman Ben LaBolt on Monday in Charlotte, N.C. Senior strategist Stephanie Cutter elaborated with a knock on …

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