WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says her use of a private email system at the State Department wasn't the "best choice" and acknowledged she didn't "stop and think" about her email set-up when she became President Barack Obama's...Show More Summary
Friday's CBS Evening News stood out for not covering Hillary Clinton's interview with NBC's Andrew Mitchell. The newscast didn't even mention the former first lady during their 2016 election coverage. Instead, Scott Pelley played upShow More Summary
MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell presses Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton on the State Department e-mail questions that have been dogging her campaign, from the...
In an MSNBC exclusive interview with Andrea Mitchell, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton talks about the refugee crisis Europe is dealing with and the...
Rachel Maddow presents part of Andrea Mitchell's exclusive sit-down interview with Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, who addresses a wide range of...
From the September 4 edition of Fox News' On The Record with Greta Van Susteren: Previously: Major Media Outlets Fail To Disclose Prominent Clinton Critic's Role As Adviser To Jeb Bush Fox News Sunday Allows Bush Adviser To Baselessly...Show More Summary
From the September 4 edition of Fox News' The Five: Previously: Myths And Facts On Hillary Clinton's Email And Reports Of "Top Secret" Materials More Myths And Facts On "Top Secret" Materials In Hillary Clinton's Email Fox Clings To Benghazi "Stand Down" Hoax After GOP Report Finds No Such Order Was Given House Benghazi Committee Member Calls Out Media Myths
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton forcefully called for a re-evaluation of Puerto Rico’s tenuous relationship with the mainland United States during a strategic campaign swing to the island’s capital city, stressing her belief that Puerto Ricans have not been treated fairly as U.S. citizens. “It’s hard to justify how you […]
NBC's Andrea Mitchell sat down with Hillary Clinton for a discussion that covered her emails, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and much more. Mitchell discusses her...
The conservative group Citizens United has retained Theodore Olson, the former U.S. solicitor general and his firm Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher to help in its fight to gain quicker access to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's records.
From the September 4 edition of MSNBC's MSNBC Live: Previously: MSNBC's Morning Joe Edits Out David Ignatius' Debunking Of Clinton Email "Scandal" Myths And Facts On Hillary Clinton's Email And Reports Of "Top Secret" Materials More Myths And Facts On "Top Secret" Materials In Hillary Clinton's Email So Now Even The Boring Clinton Emails Are Big News?
Hillary Clinton sat down with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Friday in an effort to signal greater press access and answer the unending questions surrounding use of her private server and email account while serving as secretary of state. Alex...Show More Summary
In the first few hours after Andrea Mitchell’s interview with Hillary Clinton, reactions poured in on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports and MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts that ranged from Rachel Maddow dismissing the growing e-mail scandal...Show More Summary
The rule of law is dead, one random winger asserts, and Hillary Clinton killed it: What’s truly unsettling is that it has been widely taken as read among both the media and the general public that Mrs. Clinton will likely avoid serious legal consequences for her behavior because the Justice Department is ultimately answerable to […]
Stephen L. Miller draws another conclusion from her emails: Hillary is a doddering old addlebrain who cannot accomplish the simplest task on her own behalf but instead depends on a 24-7 staff of Wellness Workers to maintain her. If ...
Gallup reports, “Dogged by continued scrutiny of her email practices as secretary of state, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s favorability with the American public has sunk to one of its lowest levels in Gallup’s 23-year trend. Currently, 41% of U.S. adults say they have a favorable opinion of the Democratic front-runner, while 51% hold an […]
Like Hillary Clinton, we've been watching a lot of HGTV lately. This has inspired Marian to create a long list of renovation projects she'd like to do. It's inspired me to wonder if literally everyone in the world wants an open-concept...Show More Summary
In an exclusive interview with Hillary Clinton on Friday, NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent and MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell began by gently wondering if the former Secretary of State was “sorry” about the e-mail scandal: “You said...Show More Summary
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton declined Friday to apologize for her email practices but said she is sorry for what she said was the confusion her emails practices have caused.
Hillary Rodham Clinton denied that her campaign was harmed beyond repair by the email controversy and had some choice words for Donald J. Trump in a TV interview on Friday.