WASHINGTON (AP) — Hacked emails released in daily dispatches over the weekend by the WikiLeaks group showed Hillary Clinton's campaign staff worried about a response to the gay community's backlash over a comment concerning former first lady Nancy Reagan and AIDS.
U.S. intelligence officials have blamed the Russian government for a series of breaches intended to influence the presidential election.
Democrat Kendrick Meek, running third in polls but not giving up or dropping out of the Florida Senate race, is campaigning down to the wire -- with former President Clinton's help. Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Former Clinton operative George Stephanopoulos on Wednesday hyped a call for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to resign over the revelations in the WikiLeaks release. While talking to Robert Gibbs, the GMA host quoted Jack Shafer ...
The latest WikiLeaks cables show the U.S. 'War on Drugs" is taking place in 63 countries. But should it? Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
This morning on separate Sunday show appearances, the Army chief of staff — Gen. George Casey — expressed his “concern” that speculation about the motivations of Ft. Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan may “cause a backlash against ...