Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a recently announced presidential candidate, reportedly comforted herself with mocha cakes and made then-president Bill sleep on the couch during the fallout from the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal. Show More Summary
The former Secretary of States steps aside to "devote myself to this new, all-encompassing endeavor" of running for president
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has written an updated epilogue for the paperback edition of her memoir, Hard Choices. According to CNN.com, Clinton opens up about becoming a new grandmother. The Huffington Post has posted the revised piece in its entirety. Show More Summary
The same-sex couple prominently featured in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign announcement video now wants the former secretary of state to attend their wedding. According to the Washington Blade, the two featured men are Jared Milrad and Nathan Johnson. Show More Summary
Whose economic security will Hillary protect? Today, former first lady, Senator, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will announce that she's pursuing the Democratic nomination for presidency of the United States. The move is hardly...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton officially announced her candidacy for president on Sunday in a well-assembled video designed to establish The Folks as the centerpiece of her 2016 campaign. Matt Yglesias broke down the video by the numbers: Number of people in Hillary Clinton’s announcement video besides Hillary Clinton: 38. Number of women: [...]
In case you missed it yesterday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton finally announced the inevitable: she's running for President of the...
The former Secretary of State would like you to associate these cheerful, hardworking Americans and their winning smiles with her political campaign.
Secretary of State Kerry on Sunday defended the nuclear deal with Iran against critics who say the country’s leaders can’t be trusted.
After kicking off her campaign via YouTube video, Hillary Clinton made her campaign trail debut at a gas station in Pennsylvania. On Sunday afternoon the former secretary of state resigned from the board of the Clinton Foundation, then hopped in a van driven by a Secret Service agent (which she... More »
It should go without saying that I am 100-fucking-percent ready for Hillary. I supported her candidacy in 2008. I supported her as Secretary of State. I support her now. I think she’ll make an amazing president. I am thrilled beyond belief that I’ll get to vote for her again. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State heads to Iowa, pledges grassroots engagement.
Hello! Here's what you need to know for Monday. 1. Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton officially announced Sunday that she is running for president in 2016. 2. New footage shows a reserve deputy fatally shooting an unarmed black man in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Show More Summary
The former secretary of state announced her Democratic presidential bid Sunday and is appearing at her first event in eastern Iowa on Tuesday. Abedin says "it's safe to say she surprised quite a few people" who had stopped at the gas station.
Former first lady, New York State senator, and U.S. secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton announced this week that she is seeking the Democratic nomination for president in 2016. For those taking on Hillary this election season, it promises a long season for them, and an uphill battle for her. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton finally made her big announcement on Sunday, and it turns out she isn’t releasing a new line of pant suits after all, she is running for president! The former Secretary of State has been hinting at a run for months, and...Show More Summary
On Sunday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton officially launched her presidential campaign in a video posted on her new campaign website. The video was hardly a surprise after Business Insider's Hunter Walker broke the storyShow More Summary
"I'm running for president," former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced in a video released Sunday afternoon. "Everyday Americans need a champion. And I want to be that champion," Mrs. Clinton said. "So I'm hitting the road to earn your vote -- because it's your time. Show More Summary
Now that Hillary Clinton, former First Lady, Senator and Secretary of State, has officially declared her presidential candidacy, we should note what seems likely to be an all but unprecedented aspect of this campaign. The dynamics and...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton announced her entry into the 2016 Presidential race with a unique video posted to social media outlets on Sunday; the former First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State is the first Democrat to enter the race.