Declaring "America is once again at a moment of reckoning," Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president on Thursday night, portraying herself as prepared to lead during turbulent times while promising to make creating jobs and growing wages her "primary mission" and attacking …
PHILADELPHIA — Only in this bizarre election would we see the sunny themes of Ronald Reagan more apparent in the Democratic National Convention than the Republican convention.
This is a transcript of the speech Hillary Clinton made to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday night when she accepted the Democratic presidential nomination. The remarks are as prepared for delivery.
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — A stale year for Jimmy Walker came to life Thursday in the PGA Championship when he saw putts drop and wound up leading a major for the first time.
MIAMI — The last time they were together, Charles Kinsey struck a pose that captured the nation's attention: supine in the middle of the road with his hands in the air while begging the man he cared for to do the same.
DUNEDIN — City Hall erupted in cheers Thursday night when commissioners unanimously agreed to buy a piece of Catholic church-owned land adjacent to Hammock Park, saving it from being developed for townhomes.
TAMPA — After spending a year and seven figures on a transportation plan they ultimately scrapped, Hillsborough County commissioners are now sprinting toward a new solution that is so far sketchy on details.
PHILADELPHIA — Every night here at the Democratic National Convention, the video clips have appeared on the giant screens above the arena floor.
TAMPA — On the eve of the first training camp practice Wednesday night, Dirk Koetter stood in front of his team and talked for 27 minutes. But ask him to recall one line of that speech and he is reluctant to spit out a syllable.
ST. PETERSBURG — Based on contract status and performance, INF Steve Pearce is considered the Rays player most likely to be traded by Monday's deadline for nonwaiver deals, with the Indians among several interested teams.
Tampa Bay Times political editor Adam Smith is getting the opposite of brotherly love from Philadelphia after tweeting from the Democratic National Convention that the city's famous cheesesteaks are …
ST. PETERSBURG — Like the other Rays starting pitchers, Chris Archer is more than willing to discuss the assorted strengths rookie catcher Luke Maile has displayed in making a good impression during his limited time in the majors.
But Archer also suggests a visual.
ST. PETERSBURG — Opened in 2005, the Independent was at the vanguard, an early prophet preaching the joys of craft beer.