Every year the city hosts Celebrate L.A. as a salute to the city's diversity, but this year was a little different. The guest list was flashier. It wasn't just local pols—Bill Clinton made an appearance alongside Placido Domingo, Stevie Wonder, Wanda Sykes, Pepe Aguilar while Ryan Seacrest served as the MC. Show More Summary
By Erin McClam, Staff Writer, NBC News Two decades after President Bill Clinton promised to "end welfare as we know it," Americans blame government handouts for persistent poverty in the United States more than any other single factor, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journa …
Former President Clinton challenged California to make the federal healthcare overhaul work to silence naysayers and win over states that are still on the fence.
David Axelrod, formerly a top political advisor to Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, just listed his long-time Chicago pad, a 46th-floor condo in swanky Lake Point Tower, for $1.25M. He's not moving out of the city completely, though; the Axelrods...
Former President Bill Clinton lost his race for president of the student council at Georgetown University back in the '60s. Young Clinton reminds us all...
James Carville and Michelle Malkin squared off on Sean Hannity's show in a debate that touched on both the IRS and Benghazi scandals. Malkin was surprised at how much Carville agreed with the outrage over the IRS scandal, but on Benghazi, Malkin confronted Carville for saying last month that Benghezi is "nothing" and "a scam."
Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush Sr., Bill Clinton, Barack Obama.This despite the fact that only 10% of the people in the country are left-handed.In the previous 200 years there were only two presidents known to be left-handed...Show More Summary
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Bill Clinton is one of the most desired speakers in the world. On Sunday, new rumors emerged claiming that the 1990s era United States president has now been paid a cool $500,000 for a 45-minute speech to be given in Israel on June 17. Aaron Kalman for The Times of Israel reported: “The Jewish National [...]
Neither Reagan nor Clinton (Bill, at least) will occupy the Oval Office again. But it might be worth thinking about what made them successful when we choose their future successors.
by Bill Pearis Brooklyn trio Dead Stars have a thick, crunchy sound that looks back to the Clinton years, skating along the grungy indie rock line. Their new EP, High Gain, just came out on Inhabitable Mansions and you can...
The Jewish National Fund, a group most widely known for planting trees in Israel, is paying former President Bill Clinton $500,000 to give a 45-minute speech in Israel on June 17. The event Clinton is speaking at is to honor the 90 th...Show More Summary
By Stephen Faulkner: "It's the economy, stupid" This phrase which is often repeated with minor modifications from Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign vs. George H. W. Bush has become part of popular culture, and convenient to use when explaining some things that are readily apparent, but people just don't seem to be getting. Show More Summary
The New York Post offered an op-ed on Monday adapted from the new paperback edition of Ed Klein's book The Amateur. Klein says Team Obama and Team Clinton made a deal last summer: Bill Clinton would give the key nominating speech at the Democratic convention in Charlotte endorsing Obama. Show More Summary
President Obama made a secret pact with the Clintons where he agreed to endorse Hillary in a 2016 run for the White House - in exchange for Bill's seal of approval during his re-election campaign last year. The explosive revelations are made in an exposé published this week on the Obama administration. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama will endorse Hillary Clinton for president in 2016 not out of the random goodness of his heart but because he traded his support for Bill Clinton’s endorsement in 2012. Hey, stop me if you’ve heard it before, but that’s the supposedly “secret deal” described in a new paperback edition of Edward Klein’s [...]Show More Summary
“I’m not concerned about the very poor. We have a safety net there.” —Mitt Romney,February 1, 2012 I n 1996, the year that Congress passed and Bill Clinton signed welfare reform, fulfilling his campaign pledge to “end welfare as we know...Show More Summary
Well, at least according to some anonymous sources quoted by the New York Post: President Obama made a secret deal to support Hillary Clinton when she runs for president in 2016, campaign sources say, payback for the support her husband gave him in 2012. Bill Clinton’s animosity toward Obama is legendary. A year before the [...]
President Barack Obama reportedly made a deal to endorse Hillary Clinton in 2016 in exchange for Bill Clinton's enthusiastic support during the 2012 campaign. According to Ed Klein, the author of The Amateur, Bill Clinton actually wanted Hillary to primary Obama, but Hillary rejected that idea. Show More Summary
Click here to view this media Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham on Sunday suggested the no-fly zone President Bill Clinton imposed on Iraq had left the country "in flames today." During a panel discussion on Fox News Sunday, Ingraham...Show More Summary