Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton likely will release her delegates to Sen. Barack Obama, a Democratic official said Sunday, the eve of the Democratic National Convention.
Also Sunday, the Democratic Party decided delegates from Michigan and Florida -- states that had been penalized for moving their 2008 presidential primaries to January -- will get full voting rights at the event.
The moves answer some questions that lingered ahead of the convention, which starts Monday in Denver. Read full article »
CNN's Jessica Yellin and Rebecca Sinderbrand contributed to this report.