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It's a rhetorical contruction Obama has used often in the past.
Obama roused Democrats Wednesday with a progressive call to action, but his speech was also a hit with the #NeverTrump movement.
The first time Hillary Clinton was a major focal point at a Democratic National Convention was in 1992 when she was the Arkansas state first lady. NBC News' Tom Brokaw delivers commentary about the "new, softer" image for the "widely regarded" "political activist."
Hank and Helen Kawecki say their grandson defrauded them out of the deed, defaulted on loans and lost the house to foreclosure.
'Pokemon Go' players are descending on an atomic bomb memorial park in Hiroshima, and officials of the western Japanese city are displeased.
A Washington D.C. comic artist has something Hillary Clinton might want: ClintonKaine.com
The ex-husband of a British woman whose death is being investigated as a suspected "honor killing" turned himself into Pakistani police Thursday.
Joshua Meier, 20, developed TaxiLater, an iPhone application that allows users to schedule an Uber pick-up for hours, days or months ahead.
For those who think President Obama obsessively counts out exactly seven almonds every night as a snack, he would like to set the record straight.
Kei Williams, a Black Lives Matter organizer in New York, discusses masculinity and the misconceptions of the BLM movement with NBC OUT.
An Atlas V rocket carrying a classified satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office blasted off this morning from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
President Ronald Reagan's daughter forgives her dad's would-be assassin, but thinks he should remain locked up.
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
In an exclusive interview with TODAY, Chelsea Chilton tells Matt Lauer that she hopes to convey why she is "so proud and grateful to be her daughter
"I can say with confidence there has never been a man or a woman more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as President of the United States," Obama said Wednesday night.
Twenty-five-year-old Sarah McBride will make history Thursday when she steps out as the first transgender person to address a major party convention.