Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has climbed six percentage points after his party's convention last week, garnering his highest support against Hillary Clinton since last September.
Both Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are scheduled to speak this week in North Carolina.
Here are the five biggest stories to keep an eye on as the Democratic National Convention starts today.
Philadelphia's police commissioner has joined up with officers working at a march on the eve of the Democratic National Convention and says he likes what he's seeing: a peaceful protest.
On the eve of the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Debbie Wasserman Schultz announced she would resign as Democratic National Committee chair at the end of the convention.
Hillary Clinton says she will not respond to the repeated name-calling from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump or make a name for him, the way he calls her "Crooked Hillary," she said in an interview with CBS "60 Minutes."
Hillary Clinton says Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine will join her on Democratic ticket as candidate for vice president.
Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke announced Friday on his website that he plans to run for U.S. Senate in Louisiana.