Democrats to present Hillary Clinton’s story

After a turbulent opening day dominated chiefly by Bernie Sanders and his ardent supporters, the Democratic National Convention will center Tuesday on telling Hillary Clinton’s story, her campaign said Tuesday.

In Depth

Gavin Long’s last 10 days, from book peddler to Baton Rouge cop killer

Gavin Eugene Long left Kansas City on July 7 with a load of self-help books in his rental car

In Dallas and Houston, he stopped in barbershops and neighborhoods to give away books and spread his beliefs

A friend who has talked with Long’s family members recounts his last phone calls

Videos

Calif. Rep. Xavier Becerra comments on Sanchez, Harris, Obama drama at 'Morning Buzz' breakfast

McClatchy politics editor Steve "Buzz" Thomma and Calif. Rep. Xavier Becerra discussed some of the issues of the election from Philadelphia including Kamala Harris' comments to rival Loretta Sanchez about Obama's endorsement, Donald Trump's tax forms and being vetted for vice president.
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Calif. Rep. Xavier Becerra comments on Sanchez, Harris, Obama drama at 'Morning Buzz' breakfast 3:49

Calif. Rep. Xavier Becerra comments on Sanchez, Harris, Obama drama at 'Morning Buzz' breakfast

Bernie Sanders: Hillary Clinton must become the next president 3:24

Bernie Sanders: Hillary Clinton must become the next president

First Lady Michelle Obama: 'In this election, I’m with her' 3:37

First Lady Michelle Obama: 'In this election, I’m with her'

Comedian Sarah Silverman has a message for her fellow Sanders supporters 0:35

Comedian Sarah Silverman has a message for her fellow Sanders supporters