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Wednesday, in a decision that has garnered controversy among both parties, Democrats altered their platform by reinstating a reference to God and Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Full story...
What will President Obama say in his acceptance speech? Will Bill Clinton's speech last night overshadow him? Just how important is North Carolina in this presidential election? WWAY Political Editor Kevin Wuzzardo discusses these issues with ABC News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Karl.
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65,000 people with community credentials, who planned to watch the president's speech in person Thursday will have to cancel their trip to the Queen City because of possible inclement weather. Full story...
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Mixed reaction to news President Obama will accept his party's nomination indoors, rather than at Bank of America Stadium. Full story...
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The decision to move President Barack Obama's acceptance speech Thursday night indoors was all the buzz at the Democratic National Convention. We talked with delegates, who had mixed reactions on the move.
President Obama is not the only candidate who's speech Thursday night was impacted by a decision to move the final night of the Democratic National Convention indoors. Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, who is running for governor of North Carolina, is also scheduled to speak. We asked him what he thought about the decision to move indoors.