Hillary Clinton is hardly the first government officer to try to keep her correspondence private. The fight over her emails echoes battles that stretch back to the inception of government archives.
Immediately after Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law last week, the new law was bashed by everyone from Miley Cyrus to Hillary Clinton for making it easier to businesses to refuse to serve gay customers by claiming religious freedom. Over the weekend hundreds protested... More »
Hillary Clinton’s popularity among Democrats has fallen during her State Department email scandal, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll of support for potential 2016 primary candidates indicates. Clinton still leads all other candidates by a large...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday that relations between the United States and Israel, frayed in recent months over nuclear negotiations with Iran and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress,...Show More Summary
I've argued that Hillary Clinton is at risk of being a weak presidential nominee -- on several counts. She seems like yesterday's news rather than tomorrow's. The excitement of a having a breakthrough woman president is blunted by the fact that her husband got there first. Show More Summary
Shutterstock She’s not looking to be the GOP’s answer to Hillary Clinton—Carly Fiorina would rather beat her in the next presidential election. The former CEO of Hewlett Packard signaled, during an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” that she is indeed very interested in joining the lineup of Republican candidates. Show More Summary
Former Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-MD) attacked both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, CBS News reports. Said O’Malley: “I think that our country always benefits from new leadership and new perspectives. Let’s be honest here, the presidency of the United States [...]
Hillary Clinton isn't much, but she's all the Democrats have for 2016. The post This is why the Democratic Establishment is still desperate to run Hillary Clinton. appeared first on RedState.
The Republicans Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul and the Democrat Hillary Clinton agree that the income gap is a problem but diverge from public opinion on how to solve it.
George Will ignored Hillary Clinton's substantial accomplishments as secretary of state, senator, and first lady in order to suggest that her support from Democrats is due solely to "identity politics." In his latest Washington PostShow More Summary
Martin O'Malley took a thinly veiled swipe at Hillary Clinton Sunday, hinting that he may also be considering a run.
Hillary Clinton didn’t just have her own private email service, it looks like she also had her own secret intelligence operation working in Libya. Of course, Hillary probably just set up
Neera Tanden, who’s president of the Center for American Progress, a think tank closely associated with the Clintons, did her best on Meet the Press today to defend Hillary Clinton’s scandalous handling of her e-mails, but her co-panelists, and even host Chuck Todd, weren’t having it. Show More Summary
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, making his strongest case to date on why he would be a viable alternative to fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton for the 2016 nomination, said the nation needs “new leadership” and that the U.S. presidency shouldn’t be the birthright of a small number of well-connected families.
In one of those interrupt-a-thons that so endear punditry to the viewership, a Meet the Press segment on Hillary Clinton's emails descended into chaos between MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and Clinton representative Neera Tanden.
Likely Democratic presidential contender Martin O’Malley is stepping up his rhetoric against Hillary Clinton. “Well I think that our country always benefits from new leadership and new perspectives. I mean, let’s be honest here: the presidency of the United States is not some crown to be passed between two families. It is an awesome and [...]
That's what Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-South Carolina), who is running the House GOP's Benghazi investigation, said over the weekend. Via The Hill: “We learned today, from her attorney, Secretary Clinton unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean and permanently delete all emails from her personal server,” Rep. Show More Summary
Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley appeared to take one more step toward a presidential run Sunday morning when he criticized (though not by name) putative Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton on This Week.
It would appear that the emails that Hillary Clinton said she wanted everyone to see were completely wiped from her hard drive…by Hillary Clinton. RNC chairman Reince Priebus is calling
“Even Nixon didn’t destroy the tapes.” — RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, quoted by The Hill, blasting Hillary Clinton for wiping her private email server and permanently deleting all emails.