A whopping 82% of Democrats say they want Hillary Clinton to run for President in 2016, a new poll shows. Only 13% of Democrats said they don’t want to see the popular former secretary of state run, the New York Times / CBS poll released Wednesday night found. While Clinton wasn’t quite as popular among […]
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann can't talk about Israel's importance to fundraising on the Democratic side in their book on the presidential campaign, Double Down. Even as Hillary Clinton stages a NY event this month with a man whose only agenda is Israel.
As Israel killed nearly 400 children in Gaza in 2009, Hillary Clinton said US has to support Israel 110 percent
Why is Hillary Clinton saying nothing against the Iran sanctions bill that would wreck the Iran deal? 2008 all over again?
For supporters of Hillary Clinton like David Brock, this weekend's exhaustive New York Times investigation into Benghazi wasn't just a victory of truth over rumor-mongering. It was a victory for 2016. The Times report, which went toShow More Summary
Robert Golan-Vilella Over the past year, and in the past month in particular, there have been a number of pieces evaluating Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state and contrasting her performance with that of her successor, John Kerry. Show More Summary
Why has Hillary Clinton been silent on the Iran deal? Is she seeking support from the Israel lobby? Just Foreign Policy is on her case
"No More Pitiful Me" by Nancy Snow (a sometime singer/songwriter) Well I met the mayor of Yokohama And I am naming names Hayashi impressed me with hard work Just like all Japan's dames Yes, she really impressed me with hard work SheShow More Summary
Hillary Clinton rakes in the cash. Some of the money is surely pro-Israel
The London think tank Chatham House has just recognised Hillary Clinton with its annual “Chatham House Prize,” in part for her “significant and impressive contribution to international diplomacy”. It’s just the latest in a series of accolades the former Secretary of State has received in the past nine months since she left office, according to [...]
(NEW YORK) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is jumpstarting an $80 million effort to curb the poaching and trafficking of elephants in Africa. The former secretary of state and her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, say the killing of elephants to sell ivory around the globe has reached a crisis point. Show More Summary
Before leaving her post as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton gave a push to a new organization with a mission to connect the world. Called the Alliance for the Affordable Internet, it included the World Wide Web Foundation, and tech...Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton said on Monday that Syria surrendering chemical stockpiles would be an “important step” to averting a potential U.S. military strike but can’t be an “excuse for delay or obstruction” by the Bashar Assad regime. The comments from the former secretary of State came at a White House forum on combating wildlife trafficking, [...]
Hillary Clinton at last broke her silence on Syria today, offering a cautiously positive US response to Russia's proposal that Syria turn over its chemical weapons stockpiles, Talking Points Memo reports. Clinton, who said she'd just spoken with President Obama about the day's events, said that: If the regime immediately...
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday that Syria surrendering its chemical weapons to the international community would be an "important step," hours after Secretary of State John Kerry mentioned it as a possible wayShow More Summary
A Republican super PAC is criticizing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's national security credentials ahead of a speech in Philadelphia, ABC News reported Monday. In a research document titled "Clinton Can't Be Trusted On Privacy,"...Show More Summary
As the recipient of 212 technical fouls during his 14-year NBA career, Dennis Rodman's been known to have a way with words. The latest target of some harsh remarks: President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The...Show More Summary
One voice in Washington that has been remarkably absent from this week’s Syria debate has been that of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, Mrs. Clinton hasn’t said anything at all about President Obama’s plans for military strikes against the dictatorship in Damascus. As someone who dominated [...]
Hillary Clinton deserves credit for her good work at the State Department, but that tenure will very possibly be seen differently by 2016, and not because of Benghazi. The direction of foreign policy during the Obama administration will not fade away.