"The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" is the only late night comedy show originating from the convention cities. In Cleveland last week, Noah picked apart Donald Trump's acceptance speech. This week, "The Daily Show" is taking on the Democrats in Philadelphia. Noah joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his perspective of U.S. politics as a South African comedian.
Four years ago, then-San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro electrified the crowd at the Democratic convention, saying a speech by Mitt Romney proved that the 2012 Republican nominee didn't understand working Americans. The former mayor and his twin brother, Texas Congressman Joaquín Castro, who will speak at this year's convention, join "CBS This Morning" to discuss Michelle Obama's convention speech Monday night and unifying Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters.
Former President Bill Clinton will make history Tuesday night when he makes the case for his wife, Hillary, at the Democratic convention. For years, the spouses of future presidents have played vital roles at national political conventions, but with a former first lady running for the highest office -- and the potential for a first gentleman in the White House -- the political process reaches uncharted territory. Julianna Goldman reports.
The FBI is investigating the hacking of the Democratic National Committee's emails. The agency is reportedly also trying to determine if aides and groups close to Hillary Clinton were targeted as well. Secretary of State John Kerry raised the issue with Russia's foreign minister, who scoffed at reports Moscow was behind the hack. Jan Crawford reports.
A long list of celebrities and politicians called for unity at the Democratic convention Monday night. Mark Leibovich, chief national correspondent for the New York Times Magazine and a CBS News political contributor, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss first lady Michelle Obama's convention speech that captivated the audience Monday night.
John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman who was White House chief of staff to President Bill Clinton and a counselor to President Obama, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Monday night's convention speeches and address whether the Hillary Clinton campaign was also hacked after the Democratic National Committee's email breach.
Democratic convention delegates are about to nominate a woman as a major party presidential candidate for the first time, but the historic convention got off to a difficult start. Many Bernie Sanders supporters made it clear they're not ready to accept Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee. But the primetime speakers including first lady Michelle Obama managed to bring some unity to the proceedings. Nancy Cordes reports from Philadelphia.