From a mixed-status immigrant family to an 11-year-old whose mother was deported, viewers got first-hand stories on how their lives were turned upside down when Trump was elected.
They said it was going to be a different kind of keynote at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night, and that’s what they delivered.
An expert explains why the New York congresswoman did not mention Joe Biden in her speech, a formality that caused confusion on social media.
Did she just nominate Sen. Sanders? Yes, but that's what the convention is all about.
It's the speech that many were waiting for, and the Puerto Rican Congresswoman managed to cover critical issues such as unemployment and social injustice.
The main event of the Democrat Party is being held virtually for the first time, with the Hollywood star making her second appearance.
Can she talk about Biden, the pandemic, the housing and economic crisis, immigration reform, climate change, and voting out Trump in a minute?