Philly (mostly successfully) hosted the Democratic National Convention from July 25-28. Just as quickly as the pols and celebs swooped in, they were gone. This is the story of the DNC, from conception to exit with all the speeches, protests and gaffes in between.
Comcast, Wawa, Gerry Lenfest… Cavanaugh’s?
It’s a second swing at the investigation by Seth Williams’ office.
All the good political vibes coming out of Philly for the DNC have vanished in a hurry.
Ed Rendell says they’re “dead wrong,” and a short contract lays out specifics.
The stats are in: The Democratic National Convention helped people experiencing hunger have thousands of meals.
We’ve looked back at the most notable speeches, and after much deliberation, we have a winner.
No better way to commemorate the Democratic National Convention than with your own photo of yourself.
The workers, the breaks, the celebrities. Some selfies, too.
Bars made the headlines, but it turns out the cliche about politicos and caffeine is real.
The city was prepared for between 35,000 and 50,000 protesters daily. Did we even come close?
Visitors who were voting with their stomachs came to a different conclusion than the DNC.
City officials and the police did a great job. The Democratic National Committee organizers who promised a ‘seamless’ event? Not so much.
Delegates talked through her short, bland speech days after she called her opponent an “asshole, damnit.”
On the final night of the convention, Hillary Clinton delivered her much-anticipated speech.
The desperate delegate, the guy who just wants a ticket to the convention and Bernie baes.