Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
  • Obama: America is already great

    Obama's address represents a bookend for a career that exploded into public consciousness from the stage of Democratic convention 12 years ago to the day with a celebrated address in Boston. He will use his slot to appeal to Americans to elect Clinton, who would prolong Democratic control of the White House to at least 12 years if she wins in November. […]

  • Reality Check Team vets DNC claims

    The Democratic Party gathered in Philadelphia on Wednesday for the third night of its convention, and CNN's Reality Check Team put the speakers' statements and assertions to the test. […]

  • Gun victims, families make passionate case for Clinton

    Victims and families of gun violence delivered emotional pleas Wednesday night in support of Hillary Clinton as a president who would act to curb mass shootings and press for new gun laws. […]

  • Japan knife attack suspect wrote of wanting to kill

    The suspect in a stabbing spree in a facility west of Tokyo that left 19 people dead wrote of his "ability to kill" disabled people. […]

  • Can an app make you mindful?

    Traveling: It should be a chance to unwind, but often it just winds you up. […]

  • Trump calls on Russia to find Clinton's emails

    Clinton's campaign said Trump's comments amounted to encouraging "a foreign power to conduct espionage." […]

  • Obama: Trump lacks 'basic knowledge'

    President Obama takes aim at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying he doesn't have "basic knowledge" of the world. […]

  • The T-shirt that offended Walmart

    Twenty-one years ago, Ann Moliver Ruben designed a T-shirt with a simple empowering message: "Someday a woman will be PRESIDENT!" […]

  • Wikileaks posts hacked DNC voicemails

    Wikileaks released a series of voicemails Wednesday from the Democratic National Committee hack showing donors plying top-level officials for favors, and one donor expressing outrage that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders had won a say in the drafting of the party's platform. […]

  • Reagan shooter set to be released

    A federal judge on Wednesday granted John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, "full-time covalescent leave" from St. Elizabeth's Hospital. […]