The acting chief of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation acknowledged in a new statement that the global philanthropy launched 15 years by the former president has made missteps — but defended the organization’s charitable work and its commitment to transparency. The new statement, posted Sunday to the organization’s blog, comes in a response […]
[guest post by Dana] This past week, Chelsea Clinton, who once tried to care about money but really couldn’t, revealed that as an adult, she’s learned well from her parents and that the acorn, indeed, does not fall far from the tree. As Hillary studiously works to avoid any media confrontation about the scandals surrounding […]
By Dan Olmsted "Transparent" seems to be the word of the week, if not the millennium, and when you hear it you just know it's insincere. After saying that the Clinton Foundation is "among the most transparent" foundations, Chelsea Clinton...
Billionaire Canadian mining executive Frank Giustra is at the center of a blockbuster series of New York Times reports that raise troubling questions about the finances of the Bill, Hillary, & Chelsea Clinton Foundation. One of the paper's stories about Giustra's relationship with the Clinton family was published in 2008. Show More Summary
Previously undisclosed Russian donations flowing into the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has prompted Mitt Romney to describe it as potential bribery. Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and successful businessman, was the 2012 GOP presidential nominee. Show More Summary
On a day when the New York Times published an investigation into the Clintons’ charities, Chelsea and Hillary Rodham Clinton used separate platforms to ignore the critical story and instead spoke out for womens rights. The story, dealing...Show More Summary
Could you imagine if Malia Obama or Chelsea Clinton had a run-in with the law, especially if they were driving impaired? It would be plastered all over the TV, 24-7, even that "liberal media" station, MSNBC. But somehow, Rand Paul'sShow More Summary
Interviewed on Thursday, Chelsea Clinton showed she was her parents’ daughter by nimbly side-stepping reporters’ questions over controversy around the family foundation.
The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation will amend tax returns filed to the IRS in recent years to reflect that it accepted donations from foreign governments, a foundation official said Thursday. The official said the organization is reviewing its tax returns for 2010, 2011 and 2012 and anticipated refiling the returns after the review is complete. The amendment, […]
[...] Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky is playing a significant part in Grandma Hillary's 2016 presidential bid. Since her birth in September, the daughter of Chelsea Clinton and husband Marc Mezvinsky has been a political star, photographed...Show More Summary
As Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign gets into full gear, the question on many people’s minds is what roles her husband, Bill Clinton, and her daughter, Chelsea, will have in the campaign. In a recent Politico “guide to some of the most influential players in [Hillary Clinton’s] 2016 presidential bid,” Katie Glueck lists the former president [...]Show More Summary
The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation has a new, shorter list of the foreign governments whose money it will take, the Wall Street Journal reported. This is unsatisfying for anyone who thinks that the number of names on that list should be zero, now that Hillary Clinton is running for President. Show More Summary
Shortly after a ferocious earthquake rocked Haiti in January 2010, Chelsea Clinton arrived near Port-au-Prince. With a small group of health workers she toured a makeshift camp where the newly homeless slept under tarps and hastily built tents and used open latrines. “Her father would probably kill me,” Dr. Paul Farmer, the renowned global health…
Late Wednesday the Wall Street Journal reported: The board of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has decided to continue accepting donations from foreign governments, primarily from six countries, even though Hillary Clinton is running for president, a summary of the new policy to be released Thursday shows. The rules would permit donations from […]
Chelsea Clinton’s star is rising. Photographed, interviewed and increasingly prominent in her family’s charitable empire, there is no more ardent cheerleader for her mother’s bid for the presidency. Photographed in a $1,500 Gucci dress and Cartier bracelet, the 35-year-old...
“The board of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has decided to continue accepting donations from foreign governments, primarily from six countries, even though Hillary Clinton is running for president,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “The rules would permit [...]
The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation will continue to accept donations from a limited group of foreign countries - mainly from six nations in particular - despite the fact that Hillary Clinton has officially announced her bid for the US presidency. It’s a decision that could haunt her on the campaign trail.
After NBC devoted three full segments and over seven minutes of air time to promoting Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign at the top of Monday's Today, the network morning show offered another full segment at the top of the 7:30 a.m. Show More Summary
POLITICAL OFFSPRING: THEY’RE JUST LIKE US! Flashback: Chelsea Clinton buys new $10.5 million apartment across the street from her husband’s $4 million ‘starter pad’ bought just before they married.
Two of the celeb ladies we've covered lately looked amazing covering top fashion magazine's respective May issue. In Elle, First Daughter talks about life before and after giving birth to daughter Charlotte with husband of 4-years Marc Mezvinsky. Show More Summary