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On day one of the Democratic National Convention, the co-star of movies such as "Men In Black II" joined a group of Latino activities demanding immigration reform.
President Barack Obama's Thursday speech will move to Time Warner Cable Arena due to continued threat of showers, DNC officials announce.
About 100 protesters blocked several uptown Charlotte streets late Monday in an impromptu march that signaled the first significant disturbance of the Democratic National Convention.
During the Democratic National Convention, delegates will get to peddle their way through uptown Charlotte on a fleet of vehicles that are part bus and part bicycle.
Nearly 6,000 delegates are expected, representing the 50 states, U.S. territories and 'Democrats Abroad.' From California to Puerto Rico, delegates are looking toward Charlotte's big event.
The former president won't attend the DNC convention in Charlotte but said his support for President Barack Obama remains "steadfast."
In a poll of N.C. voters released Tuesday, President Barack Obama led Republican challenger Mitt Romney 49 percent to 46 percent.
According to convention officials, the first lady will "offer unique insights into the president as a husband, father and a leader over the last four years.” San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro also will speak on opening night.
A daily journal of the places we go and people we meet while covering the Democratic National Convention.
The first lady will speak at the opening evening ceremonies of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday and will participate in a service project Wednesday.
On the night of President Barack Obama's acceptance speech, the Grammy-winning singer will be joined by Earth, Wind and Fire, Foo Fighters and others.
Starting Thursday, Aug. 9, individuals can sign up to win a ticket to see and hear President Obama's acceptance speech in Bank of America Stadium.
Users who download the smartphone app will be able to attend the convention virtually and store favorite photos.
To prep the public ahead of next month's Democratic National Convention, officials on Tuesday released a security plan for areas inside the uptown loop. The plan outlined pedestrian and vehicle restrictions affecting at least 27 streets.
Charlotte Area Transit System buses will run on their normal schedules, and routes will change only as buses approach the Interstate 277 loop, a CATS official said Wednesday.