What's in a name? If you are the leading candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, quite a lot it turns out. At the start of this week Associated Press announced it had, like Hillary Clinton herself, dropped the Rodham. From now on, the candidate would be referred to as just Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
Peter Navarro Security, Asia Is this the REAL issue America's Presidental Canidates should be talking about? What will frontrunners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, along with the other presidential candidates, promise on the stump...Show More Summary
In contrast, to most Republican candidates, who have given us general platitudes about "getting tougher on terrorism" or vague promises to use more ground troops in Iraq or Syria, Hillary Clinton has proposed a more concrete program for battling ISIS; unfortunately most of it is bad. Show More Summary
After Paris, Israel advocates say that the west is in the same war as Israel. Hillary Clinton equates ISIS and Hamas, while Netanyahu says radical Islamic "beasts" prowl the streets and the waterways of "our common civilization."
Her speech in New York Thursday morning was planned in direct response to the attacks claimed by ISIS last week
Some of the better-informed commentators on the recent terrorist attacks by ISIS have noticed the reassertion of the 2002-2003 understanding of the Middle East: that all-out war is the only sensible policy and Israel is our most faithful ally in the region. Show More Summary
Even as Hillary Clinton explains her Iraq war vote as a "mistake," the political corruption in Haiti that is sinking that country into violence also bears her stamp.
Dear Secretary Clinton: As a young Palestinian girl growing up in a patriarchal society, your speeches about women's rights inspired me to imagine a world where gender equality could exist. As first lady, you famously declared, "Women's rights are human rights." That's something I strongly believe, too. Show More Summary
Even as the New York Times, Hillary Clinton and the Center for American Progress urge Obama to get over his snit with Netanyahu, the Israeli government disses the president by announcing 1600 new settlements
The Democratic hopeful would reclassify the drug from Schedule 1 to Schedule 2 for medical research purposes
As his visit to Washington approaches, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claque in the U.S. is getting noisier and noisier by the minute. And Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is outfront. In a article for the Forward,...Show More Summary
A day after he gets the Kristol prize at the neocon thinktank American Enterprise Institute on November 9, Israeli PM Netanyahu is to get welcomed at the Center for American Progress, a Democratic Party thinktank with close connections to Hillary Clinton. He's back in the saddle again!
Here's a woman who diligently learned to colour inside the lines, only to find that the lines themselves have shifted.
Because more than 50 percent of voters are women and the United States hasn't had a woman leader in a long time, many want to re-elect Hillary Clinton. Although given that her track record during the two years that she was in charge of the country was disastrous, if re-elected, she probably wouldn't be any worse at being president than George W. Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders was busily going after Hillary Clinton's blood Saturday night, Donald Trump was waxing poetic about the stability we used to enjoy under some of its bloodiest dictators. Asked Sunday by CNN 's Jake Tapper if the world would be a more stable place if Moammar Gadhafi and Saddam...
The most compelling photos from the week's news, October 17-23, 2015, including a California mudslide, synchronized drones and Hillary Clinton on Capitol Hill
As Thursday’s Benghazi hearing entered the ninth of its 11 hours, Rep. Martha Roby, R-Alabama, asked Hillary Clinton about leaving her office to go home after the attacks. “Were you alone (at home)?” Roby asked. “I was alone,” Clinton said. “The whole night?” Roby asked. “Well, yes, the whole night,” Clinton said with a laugh. […]
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fields questions from House lawmakers on the 2012 Benghazi attack that left four Americans dead, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., ranking member of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, delivers his opening statement before Hillary Clinton's testimony