Hillary and Bill Clinton made a public appearance at the 37th annual Harkin Steak Fry in Indianola, Iowa this past weekend. Despite being a tribute to retiring Democratic Senator Tom Harkin, the more than 5,000 attendees treated the event more...
Monica Lewinsky says she feels “compassion” for Jennifer Lawrence’s situation, but only because she recalls how she felt during the Bill Clinton sex scandal and how at one time Lewinsky thought almost nude photos of herself had been leaked. Show More Summary
Still two for the price of one? After being dubbed the "comeback couple" (a reference to Bill Clinton's "comeback kid" moniker after his better-than-expected New Hampshire finish during his 1992 presidential campaign) by Sen. Tom Harkin...Show More Summary
Headlining Sen. Tom Harkin's annual steak fry fund-raiser, along with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, she made a handful of oblique references to the possibly of running again, while calling for the election of Democrats to Congress this fall.
Hillary Rodham Clinton returned Sunday to Iowa for the first time since her devastating loss in the state’s 2008 presidential caucuses and dropped a few hints but nothing definite about her intentions regarding another run in 2016.
Why is everybody a scumbag? I think it started with Bill Clinton, who lied under oath. If the President doesn’t care about the truth, why should I? But a good case can be made for going back to Reagan, who legitimized greed. The baby boomers went from love one another to screw one another over […] The post Sunday Thought appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
While you were waiting for your Hot Pocket to finish getting nuked in a gas station microwave, former President Bill Clinton on Saturday shook hands and ate breakfast at Homegrown. Former Pres @billclinton knows one of the best restaurants in Atl!… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
I saw this on Facebook yesterday: I saw this on Twitter this afternoon: I had a special guest on the campaign trail with me today – President @BillClinton! #TeamNunn #GAsen #GApol pic.twitter.com/bAmaPnmW1J — Michelle Nunn (@MichelleNunnGA) September 13, 2014 Discuss.
Friday on PBS's "NewsHour," former President Bill Clinton predicted the Democrats will do better than expected in the November midterm election saying, "I think we have a slightly better than 50 percent chance" to hold the Democratic-controlled Senate. Show More Summary
[Watch Video] President Bill Clinton thinks that Vladimir Putin won’t be able to deny the hit that U.S. and European sanctions will have on Russia, but his control of the media will enable him to hang on. In an interview with PBS NewsHour’s...Show More Summary
[Watch Video] Domestic violence affects a “staggering” number of women around the world, President Bill Clinton said when asked about the national reaction to the recent Ray Rice video in an interview with PBS NewsHour on Friday. “The reaction to the Rice incident shows we’re still moving on it here,” Clinton told Judy Woodruff. Show More Summary
[Watch Video] In an interview with the PBS NewsHour on Friday, President Bill Clinton signaled full support for President Obama’s plan to degrade and destroy the Islamic State group, but he cautioned, “Essentially it’s an away game, and we need to be back on a home team.” Mr. Show More Summary
Former President Clinton returned to the White House on Friday to celebrate the AmeriCorps program begun during his tenure, standing alongside as President Obama announced several new initiatives aimed at getting more Americans to serve.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton joined forces Friday to mark the 20th anniversary of the AmeriCorps national service program, heralding the impact volunteering can have on both individuals and the nation.
The National Organization for Women, which stood by their men Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy through their scandalous treatment of women, has called on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to resign because of his handling of Ray Rice's assault on his then fiancee. Show More Summary
When Bill Clinton left the White House in January 2001, Americans had experienced quite enough of the boisterous Big Dog and his unending dramas, both personal and political.
The HBO talk show host and comedian says he's "not crazy" about Hillary Clinton's "warlike" tendencies
Pro tip for politicians trying to get ahead: Either change your name to “Bill Clinton” or resign yourself to a whole lot of negativity.
Rush Limbaugh took on the Ray Rice controversy today, and managed to bring politics into it, drawing a comparison between how the NFL and Ravens fans viewed Rice and how people viewed and still view Bill Clinton.