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Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid says fellow Democrat Alan Grayson should drop his bid for Senate in Florida following reports he physically abused his ex-wife.
Reid has tangled in the past with Congressman Grayson, an unpredictable firebrand who is defying Democratic leaders' wishes by challenging their favored candidate, Rep. Patrick Murphy, in the Aug.
Philadelphia city officials are warning Democratic National Convention visitors and protesters of a possible repeat of Monday's thunderstorms and heavy rain.
On Monday night, a torrential rainstorm forced demonstrators near the convention site to seek cover under a highway overpass and at a subway stop nearly a mile away.
The tension between Bernie Sanders activists and Democratic Party brass set to crown Hillary Clinton their nominee lingers in Philadelphia as the four-day convention reaches its big night.
After a tense nomination vote, Eleanor Roosevelt ventured to the convention to seek unity, talking of the "grave and serious situation" the nation faced on the precipice of a second World War.
Just as the president "must be on his job," she said, party faithful could not treat the campaign "as you would treat an ordinary nomination in an ordinary time."
At Madison Square Garden, the first lady talked in personal terms about President George W.
Obama repeatedly summoned Reagan's hope and optimism Wednesday night as Democrats try to attract disenchanted Republican voters uneasy about Donald Trump's claim to the GOP mantle and fearful about a possible presidency.
Trump, he said, calls the United States "a divided crime scene" and hopes to win votes by scaring people over immigration and crime.
Former Reagan speechwriter John Podhoretz, now editor of the conservative Commentary magazine, took note on Twitter of the similarities between Obama's remarks and Reagan.
Shortly before Obama spoke, Democrat-turned-Republican-turned-independent Michael Bloomberg stood on the convention stage and urged voters to back Clinton, the "sane, competent person."
Several prominent Republicans, including the two former presidents Bush and 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney, have not endorsed Trump.
At Mike Pence's first public event as the Republican vice-presidential candidate, a Washington Post reporter was barred from entering the venue and was patted down by Waukesha County deputies, according to The Washington Post.