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As the Democratic National Convention in Denver comes to a close, we discuss whether the party's show of unity will be enough to help Barack Obama recover the lead in the race to the White House. (Part 2 of 2)
As the Democratic National Convention in Denver comes to a close, we discuss whether the party's show of unity will be enough to help Barack Obama recover the lead in the race to the White House. (Part 1 of 2)
It's Barack Obama's big day at the Democratic Convention. On the 45th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, it's over to the senator from Illinois to use his undoubted oratory skills in seeking to secure a convention bounce.
Web users reacted strongly after four people were arrested on suspicion of planning to assassinate Barack Obama during the Democratic Convention in Denver. Many bloggers have expressed their fears for the candidate's life.
The hard-fought primaries between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama might have deeply affected the Democratic party's unity. Will this divide last and will it affect Obama's chance to be elected president?
As the world’s media focus on the Democratic Convention in Denver, Republicans have set up an outpost called the 'war room', in a discreet building less than a mile away. In it they scrutinise [Democrat] Barack Obama's every move.
Thousands of Democrats have gathered in Denver for a four-day convention to nominate Barack Obama as their White House nominee. Obama will be the first African-American candidate from a major US party.
During four days, web-users from all over the world will be able to follow the convention thanks to a special website created for the event. Fifteen thousand journalists are expected and 120 bloggers have been accredited to follow the show.