Are you sick of hearing how you're a misogynist because you favor Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton? Tired of being called a "Bernie bro," whatever the hell that is? I am. I read a lot of things like that in social media, and a lot of it comes from Randi Weingarten, who I follow on Facebook and Twitter.After all, that's kind of a straw man. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Hillary Clinton stepped out to make a statement claiming victory in the Iowa caucuses on Monday night. It wasn’t clear that she had won and it still isn’t, but appearances had to be maintained. Clinton gave a six-minute speech (video below) that almost captures her full awfulness. Show More Summary
No debate can get to every topic that matters to every voter. But now that we have had five Democratic primary debates—which are now being held on weeknights, imagine that—it’s worth noting that we have yet to hear Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders seriously discuss two core liberal issues on the same stage. Show More Summary
In July, the climate grassroots group 350 Action asked Hillary Clinton at a campaign stop in New Hampshire for her position on banning fossil fuel development on public lands. Clinton gave what she deemed a “responsible answer” thatShow More Summary
"Say it to me directly" is basically Hillary Clinton for "come at me bro."
You might not know it reading The Times' letters pages, but there's a race going on for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination too. With a big personality like Donald Trump taking up the GOP's spotlight, it's understandable that most of the political news coverage would focus on the more...
SO, THE FIX IS IN? Hillary Clinton ’100 percent confident’ FBI won’t find wrongdoing. Hillary Clinton said Thursday she’s “absolutely” certain the controversy over her personal email server when she helmed the State Department won’t blow up her presidential campaign and “100 percent confident” the FBI probe would find no wrongdoing. Speaking at Thursday night’s […]
The results of the Iowa caucus came as a bitter pill to both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with their leadership challenged by Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders, who are both geared to bring even more big surprises in New Hampshire.
The hypocritical feminist project to strong-arm Elizabeth Warren into backing Hillary Clinton.
A letter from two dads might help repair trust with gay parents after her State Deparment emails suggested she wasn't always on their side.
Bernie Sanders has surged back in the polls, erasing what was once a massive deficit to pull into a virtual tie with Hillary Clinton just days before the New Hampshire primary. In the days after Clinton scored a razor-thin victory in the Iowa caucus, a new poll from Quinnipiac shows that Bernie Sanders has closed... Show More Summary
This story is too good to check. The chart above plots the popularity of the baby name “Hillary” between 1970 and 2014. What you’ll notice right away is that the frequency of the name falls of a cliff starting in 1993, the year Hillary Clinton became first lady. One moment while I wipe the tears […]
In 2009, as President Obama’s Affordable Care Act reached a crucial phase, his top diplomat pressed members of Congress and was keenly interested in the bill.
Fox Mediabuzz host Howard Kurtz wrote MSNBC was wrong to use opinionated Rachel Maddow as a moderator at their Thursday night debate. "Rachel Maddow did a pretty good job in questioning Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders at MSNBC's Democratic debate last night. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton is way behind in New Hampshire, and she is running there like a candidate prepared to cede the first-in-the-nation primary. As polls show Sen. Bernie Sanders continuing to hold a sizable lead here, Clinton strategists are positioning their campaign to weather a loss here, shifting...
Fox News host Megyn Kelly falsely claimed that emails from Hillary Clinton's server contained "actual spy intelligence, information, identification, sources, methods, and people in these documents." In fact, NBC News reported that "contrary...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton told voters in the latest Democratic debate there's "hardly anything you don't know about me."Just minutes later, she got tangled in a question about a part of her resume that is an enduring mystery.In the 18 months before launching her second presidential bid, Clinton gave nearly...
Today, Iowa Democratic Party officials reported errors in the state's caucus results. The news comes just days after Hillary Clinton was named the official winner in Iowa. Defeating Bernie Sanders by two tenths of one percent, she took home 23 of the state's 44 delegates. Show More Summary
From the February 5 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: ERIC BOLLING: It was blowing my mind that Hillary Clinton, who spent the last 25 or 30 years using Wall Street as an ATM to finance her various campaigns is trying to tell Bernie Sanders and the American people that she can't stand Wall Street. Show More Summary