Sanders Apologizes To Clinton, Supporters For Data BreachBernie Sanders apologized to Hillary Clinton and his own supporters Saturday night for a data breach that allowed his campaign to access her team's valuable information about voters.
Christie Stunned By 'Abject Stupidity,' Fires Aide For GWB Traffic JamsDeputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly's employment was terminated Thursday morning effective immediately, Gov. Chris Christie said.
Obama Attends Democratic Fundraisers In New York CityDemocratic officials said Obama has committed to at least 20 fundraisers in and out of Washington ahead of the 2014 elections.
Schumer On Clinton: 'If Every American Watched That Speech The Election Would Be Over'As President Barack Obama prepared Thursday to take the stage to accept his party’s nomination, people were still buzzing about former President Bill Clinton's opening act.
Bill Clinton Hails President Obama During Speech At Democratic National Convention Clinton made the case for the current commander-in-chief's record in office by highlighting Obama's effort in creating jobs, restructuring the auto industry and health care.
Democrats Fumble Major Israel Issue, Put Jerusalem As Capital In Platform It was a stunning development. The party had dropped the assertion that Jerusalem was the capital of the Jewish state, but on Wednesday evening the Democrats had a change of heart.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker Misspells 'Barak' Obama's Name In DNC Ad When it comes to President Barack Obama, it seems Newark mayor Cory Booker can't catch a break.
Westport Will Not Be Reimbursed For Costs Related to Obama VisitWestport First Selectman Gordon Joseloff said he knows from experience not to expect reimbursement for security costs during a private presidential visit, but pointed out the president raised $2 million for his re-election campaign when he visited a couple weeks ago.
Tree Lighting, Obama Visit Force Day Of Gridlock For NYC Drivers Between Wednesday night's Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center and a visit by President Obama, commuters were better off sticking to mass transit.