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The 1960 Democratic National Convention was a pivotal week in American politics. John F. Kennedy won the nomination over Lyndon B. Johnson and several other challengers.
In a last-minute effort to declare which Russians are eligible to attend the Olympics in Rio, the governing bodies of two dozen sports have been scrambling to clear eligible competitors with the start of the Games just days away.
Air Ink, a brand new concept by India-based Graviky Labs, uses polluted air to create paint and ink.
Even scorching heat and calamitous thunderstorms that rocked the mid-Atlantic coast this week didn't stop Bernie Sanders' die-hard supporters from traveling to Philadelphia to protest the Democratic National Convention, where many have spent the week sleeping in tents in nearby campgrounds.
Scientists searching for a solution to ever-resistant, infection-causing bacteria may have found an answer much closer to home than expected -- up our noses.
When the world's best athletes travel they receive first class treatment from expedited security to special meals to extra legroom. The same is true for the four-legged world of top show jumping horses.
Seven protesters who breached the outer perimeter fence surrounding the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia were arrested Wednesday night, according to the Secret Service.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot, the humungous storm that has roiled the gas giant for up to 300 years, also heats the planet's atmosphere to scorching temperatures, new findings show.
A wildfire that has raged in central California for nearly a week intensified under hot weather and has killed one person.
Clinton's campaign said Trump's comments amounted to encouraging "a foreign power to conduct espionage."
At the Democratic National Convention, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine impersonates Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and says he is not trustworthy.
President Barack Obama used his Democratic National Convention speech to make the case that Hillary Clinton is the best person to be president and that she will build on his time in office.
It was an important night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Day one was an unequivocal disaster, marked by chaos, disorder and division. Day two was clearly better, but drew some concern among Democrats that there was too much attention paid to diversity, and not enough attention paid to jobs and national security.