Republican front-runner Donald Trump attacked longtime Hillary Rodham Clinton aide Huma Abedin on Friday, crudely joking about how Abedin's husband, former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner, was caught in a sexting scandal, and suggesting Abedin "can't see straight" for marrying the now disgraced Democrat. Show More Summary
Profit sharing recently became an issue in the Presidential campaign with Hillary Rodham Clinton's announcement last month that widespread profit sharing in American business will be one of her key economic ideas in order to address the plight of the middle class. Show More Summary
MINNEAPOLIS — Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to position herself as the clear standard-bearer for Democrats here Friday, firing up a roomful of party loyalists with a call to arms against Republicans she called dangerously out of touch. “This election is about who best understands the pressures facing the families of America and the challenges facing us in […]
Senator Marco Rubio called Hillary Rodham Clinton "desperate" after her remarks at a campaign rally a day earlier that compared Republican candidates to terrorists on their views about women's issues.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In ways both subtle and blunt, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign is sending a message to Vice President Joe Biden about his potential presidential campaign: This won't be easy.
As Hillary Rodham Clinton was preparing for her farewell international trip as secretary of state, her close aide and confidante Huma Abedin e-mailed a small number of longtime political allies to help arrange an intimate get-together at a private club in Dublin.
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday drew parallels between terrorist organizations and the field of Republican candidates for president when it comes to their views on women, telling an Ohio audience her potential GOP rivals were pushing "out-of-date" policies.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Democratic National Committee have finalized a joint fund-raising agreement after months of difficult negotiations, opening the door for the party to gain a significant head start on Republicans at roping in big checks from Democratic donors.
The New York Times talks to dozens and dozens of Democratic insiders and determines that anxiety among them about the Hillary Clinton email story is very, very real: Democratic leaders are increasingly frustrated by Hillary Rodham Clinton’s failure to put to rest questions about her State Department email practices and ease growing doubts among voters […]
MINNEAPOLIS — After some months of negotiations, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign reached agreement with the Democratic National Committee on Thursday on a joint fundraising agreement that will allow Clinton to help raise funds for the national party for use in the general election. The agreement is an important step in preparing for what Democrats expect will […]
Hillary Rodham Clinton compared Republican presidential candidates to terrorist groups when it comes to their views on women, arguing that their "extreme" positions are not right for 21st-century America.
GREENFIELD, Iowa (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker called Thursday for better mental health treatment in the wake of the Virginia shootings and dismissed Hillary Rodham Clinton's call for tighter gun control as aShow More Summary
Underdeveloped party resources such as voter data files could become a serious disadvantage for the eventual nominee, particularly if that person is not front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton, who would enter a general election contestShow More Summary
To the editor: Security consultant John R. Schindler's petty attack on Hillary Rodham Clinton is beneath the dignity of The Times. Schindler sums up the weakness of the far right's attack in one sentence: "Even if Clinton was the only recipient of top-secret information, she should've reported...
CLEVELAND (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is drawing parallels between terrorists and the Republican presidential candidates when it comes to their views on women. The Republican National Committee quickly responds, accusing Clinton of equating her potential GOP opponents with terrorists and calls for her to apologize for "inflammatory rhetoric."
CLEVELAND -- Hillary Rodham Clinton likened Republican presidential candidates to fundamentalist terrorists with brutal or repressive views about women on Thursday, a significant escalation of her rhetoric about GOP positions on abortion that her campaign sees as a major vulnerability in the general election. “Extreme views about women? We expect that from some of the […]
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and the three other presidential candidates are scheduled to speak to attendees on Friday. The role of the parties has diminished over the past five years as super PACs and nonprofit policy groups that don't reveal their donors have risen to prominence, giving donors more options.
Former Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA), “a fixture in Iowa Democratic politics for over four decades, discouraged Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday from entering the presidential race, suggesting that Hillary Rodham Clinton, if elected, could name him to a top [...]
As Vice President Joe Biden escalates what could be a prolonged deliberation over whether to run for president, the summer of 2015 is shaping up to be an unsettlingly endless one for Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Embedded in those messages were nuggets of classified information, including an apparent reference to a CIA facility that was a closely guarded secret. Hillary Rodham Clinton is now under fire after revelations that material deemed classified...Show More Summary