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The man who tried to kill President Ronald Reagan is set to go free, after a judge decided Wednesday to allow would-be assassin John Hinckley Jr. to live with his mother in Virginia full-time.
While Bernie Sanders supporters turned out in droves to the Democratic convention, many are chanting another name in the streets of Philadelphia as the senator steps back into the party fold: Jill Stein.
Tuesday was an exciting day for the Democratic convention as Hillary Clinton became the party's first female nominee, Bill Clinton addressed the convention, and Bernie Sanders supporters protested the nomination.
Hillary Clinton hasn't been the Democratic nominee for even a day, and already the party's newly anointed 2016 ticket is facing questions over flip-flopping on key issues – immediately drawing fire from Donald Trump, who accused Clinton of betraying her supporters.
The Veterans Affairs administration spent $20 million on expensive artwork and sculptures amidst the healthcare scandal, where thousands of veterans died waiting to see doctors.
Bernie Sanders loyalists warned that the Democratic Party could rupture over the nomination of Hillary Clinton after a volatile night that saw a large group of Sanders delegates and supporters exit the party's national convention to stage a sit-in at a nearby media tent.
Former congressman Anthony Weiner, who resigned in disgrace amid a sexting scandal, said Tuesday he would only come out of political retirement to run against Donald Trump Jr. in a race for the mayor of New York City and said he would beat him “like a rented mule.”
Conservative Rep. Huelskamp faces a determined, well-funded assault from the U.S. Chamber.
Washington Times columnist Charles Hurt told viewers Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the WikiLeaks document dump of the Democratic National Committee emails had a big impact on the convention.
Bill Clinton makes personal, methodical case to elect wife Hillary as 'change maker,' champion of the underclass
Former President Bill Clinton laid out a very personal, methodical case for electing his wife, Hillary, as the country’s next president Tuesday night, telling the Democratic National Convention that she has devoted her life to helping underserved Americans and changing lives for the better.