People close to Hillary Rodham Clinton are brushing off the oft-repeated assumption in the news media that a few paid speeches she is scheduled to deliver are indications that she will wait until at least the spring to announce her presidential intentions.
Hillary Clinton is scheduled to deliver a paid speech in March 2015, a point on the calendar that raises questions about when she will announce her decision on running for president.
Hillary Clinton is making hundreds of thousands of dollars for speaking at universities, Wall Street banks, and industry conventions across the United States. Clinton is the only 2016 presidential contender being paid for speeches she delivers. Show More Summary
(Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour and the family (on the car) leaving the ceremony in Manhattan. /Samy Nemir Olivares) A woman tried to deliver a massive white-lilies funeral arrangement at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola around 11 a.m. Show More Summary
"Ethics are as important as electronics," Hillary Clinton reminded the audience of Salesforce's Dreamforce conference in San Francisco Tuesday. Clinton delivered the keynote address at the annual event where she praised Salesforce'sShow More Summary
Former Secretary of State, former Senator and former First Lady Hillary Clinton has an awesome message she can deliver to voters in Senate races across the country. It is simple, and it could win the Senate. (Let's stop talking about...Show More Summary
Via press release: The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) equality, announced today that President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address at the 18th Annual HRC National Dinner to be held on Saturday, October 25, 2014, in Washington, DC. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama will deliver a speech on day three of the annual Clinton Global Initiative event in New York City. Live coverage on the president's remarks will begin at approximately 2 p.m. ET.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton has delivered a statement urging Scots to reject the upcoming independence referendum. Bill Clinton began his statement by saying he was “reluctant” to offer his personal views on the matter, given that the Scots alone should make their decision regarding Thursday’s referendum on whether to stay in the U.K. Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton delivered an impromptu rebuke to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the weekend, agreeing with a man who said Netanyahu was "not the guy" to broker peace between the Israelis and Palestinians. Show More Summary
In its 37 years, the Harkin Steak Fry has never been about the steak. This year, the annual Democratic Party fundraiser is all about Hillary Clinton, who Democrats hope will deliver a meatier message about her presidential plans when she appears today.
Linker sincerely hopes it happens: [T]he only scenario that promises to deliver a genuine contest and spark a serious, important debate is one that involves an electoral smackdown between Clinton and Rand Paul. That is the presidential match-up America needs. Let me be clear: I am not a libertarian. It’s very unlikely I will cast […]
Written by Doug Powers Hillary Clinton finally delivered a statement about Ferguson, Missouri. Thanks to the delay Team Hillary 2016 had enough time to run her statement through about 150 focus groups, but after that the only words that made the cut were “and” and “the.” So they decided to chance it. How many times […]
A spokesman for Hillary Rodham Clinton said that she and President Obama would be "hugging it out" after she delivered a pointed rebuke of his foreign policy.
IT’S CRONYISM ALL THE WAY DOWN: State Department approved 215 Bill Clinton speeches, controversial consulting deal, worth $48m; Hillary Clinton’s Chief Of Staff copied on all decisions. Some of the speeches were delivered in global hotspots and were paid for by entities with business or policy interests in the U.S. The documents also show that [...]
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Hillary Clinton sat down for two heavily-promoted interviews on cable news Tuesday evening, but they did not deliver the blockbuster ratings CNN and Fox News were expecting — or at least hoping for.
Hillary Clinton capped off the television portion of her book tour yesterday with back-to-back interviews on CNN and Fox News. Bret Baier and Greta Van Susteren‘s joint Fox News interview delivered the biggest cable news audience, averaging 2,022,000 total viewers and 313,000 A25-54 viewers from 6:45-7:15 p.m. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton took time out from her whirlwind book tour to personally deliver an autographed copy of the memoir to a big anthropomorphic squirrel who's been hounding her proto-campaign for president. And incredibly, the run-in gave us this wonderful Clinton quote: "Hello Mr. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s series of interviews this week as she promotes her new book have delivered a clear message: She’s a little out of practice.