Billionaires Haim Saban and Sheldon Adelson oppose one another as "mega-donors" in the presidential process, but they're teaming up to host desperate pro-Israel groups trying to save the country from growing international isolation.
With the official entry of Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont into the 2016 presidential race comes an atypical challenger for Hillary Clinton. Unlike traditional presidential aspirants, Sanders opened his campaign by sharpening his rhetoric rather than trying to dull it down. While this may mean Clinton will not have to worry about being outflanked by...
Rand Paul is doing a better job of criticizing the neoconservatives than Hillary Clinton is. Does she really regret the Iraq war? Chris Matthews asks
Emails from Hillary's private server published in bid to quell political row about the 2012 raid on US mission in Libya.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's announcement for entering the race to become the first female President of the United States has seen increasing calls to address a critical gender imbalance in world leadership. This campaign, which stands a...Show More Summary
The State Department is set to release about 300 of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails from her days as secretary of state. The messages from her private server concern security in Libya and the 2012 Benghazi attacks. Nancy Cordes reports.
From Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush to Scott Walker, charting the 2016 candidates by their foreign policy preferences
The former US president discusses upheaval in the Middle East, Africa's future, and Hillary Clinton's presidential bid.
One of the hot issues in the 2016 presidential election is how to deal with terror and slaughter in the name of Islam. President Obama and Hillary Clinton refuse to call such violence Islamic. They insist that Muslims are victims, not...Show More Summary
NOW chapters around the country and leagues of women voters are lit up over the possibility of a woman president. And many of them are hankering for Hillary. She's actually not the first woman to try. Dozens have vied for the White House,...Show More Summary
Much as in the United States, cross-party unity is rare in France. But recently one topic, or more accurately one woman, sparked a rare demonstration of national concord. That wonderwoman is Hillary Clinton. Minutes after the formerShow More Summary
Law professor Harold Koh, a former Yale Law School Dean and former Legal Adviser to Hillary Clinton's State Department, hired by NYU to teach human rights and international law, recently found himself in the crosshairs when NYU law students...Show More Summary
In the new book, The Great War of Our Time (excerpts in the New York Times), Michael J. Morell, former Deputy Director of the C.I.A., exonerates former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (now National Security Adviser) Susan Rice of skullduggery in dealing with the attack on the U.S. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton wants to avoid a coronation but must be careful not to lurch to the left.
Hillary Rodham Clinton isn’t just running against Republicans. She’s also running against parts of her husband’s legacy. On issues large and small, the Democratic presidential contender is increasingly distancing herself from — or even opposing — key policies pushed by Bill Clinton while he was in the White House, from her recent skepticism on free-trade […]
Opposition to the Administration's proposed major trade deals is getting firmer among Democrats in Congress. Both chambers must approve trade promotion authority, better known as fast-track, in order for the deals to move forward. One Democrat who has avoided taking a position is Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
Republican Jewish consultants say Obama's policy is sending big Jewish donors to the Republicans, thereby threatening Hillary Clinton's ability to win
Jeb Bush criticized Hillary Clinton for backpedaling on a trade agreement that has divided the Democratic Party.
Haim Saban hints that Hillary Clinton is against the Iran deal, a strategic move to make sure Republicans don't get the pro-Israel money that they seem to think is in play
LONDON—Every once and a while, it’s worth pausing to ponder the relative merits of different kinds of democracy. Just consider: This week, Hillary Clinton published a two-minute video and launched what will be a grueling 18-month campaign. Show More Summary