Articles By Ashley Portero
The video, released on Thursday, highlights the pledges President Obama has kept since entering the White House. But what promises hasn't he kept?
"I want you to know I believe it. With all my heart, I believe it," former President Clinton said, telling the audience that President Obama is the person who will improve the lives of middle class families.
Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren casts Obama as a defender of middle class values in her DNC address.
"The most important question is, what kind of country do you want to live in? If you want a you're-on-your-own, winner-take-all society, you should support the Republican ticket. If you want a country of shared prosperity and shared responsibility - a we're-all-in-this-together society - you should vote for Barack Obama and Joe Biden," reads the prepared remarks.
Castro, already being hailed as a rising star in the Democratic Party, gave a much-praised keynote speech at the convention Tuesday when he made his national debut. But he has been a prominent presence in San Antonio's Chicano community since his teen years.
The Democrats' 2012 platform will be officially adopted on Tuesday night.
Republican critics jumped on President Obama's remarks as more evidence that the he is not capable of reviving the economy.
When times are tough, there is one person the president can rely on -- Kal Penn.
Nearly two decades ago, Oregon became the first state to allow terminally ill patients to get a prescription for drugs that could be used to take their own lives. Since then, about 600 people in the state have chosen to die in this fashion. Now, it's Massachusetts' turn to consider legalizing this controversial way of death.
The nation's largest federation of labor unions, traditionally a major Democratic supporter, may have scaled back its financial support because of the event's location in a severely anti-union state.