As millions of Americans celebrate Presidents’ Day Monday, one person in particular, is sure to be down in the dumps. That person is Hillary Rodham Clinton, who lost to President Trump in the 2016 election. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange brutally jabbed Clinton by simply tweeting the hashtag #PresidentsDay. Show More Summary
Buck up, GOP: your most valuable campaign asset is returning to boost your chances in the 2018 midterms. That’s right, Her Rodham Highness is planning to hit the hustings on behalf of selected Democrats. Why would Hillary Clinton return...Show More Summary
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered remarks concluding the three-day Makers Conference in Los Angeles, urging women to continue raising their voices in speaking out against sexism, racism and bigotry. “We’re...Show More Summary
Speaking at the annual Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security ceremony, hosted by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said that she is a firm believer in “truth, evidence and facts.” “Good reporting is not only compelling and enlightening — it is absolutely […]
Hillary Rodham Clinton will join the 2018 Makers Conference live from New York for the closing session of the three-day event that seeks to underscore the stories of trailblazing women. The former Democratic presidential nominee will appear via satellite at 11:30 a.m. Show More Summary
A central Pennsylvania teacher addressed an 11-year-old student’s letter to Hillary Clinton as “Hiliar Rodham Clinton,” saying it was “kind of a joke,” according to local media.
“When in trouble in the Congress or the Russian investigation, his go-to targets are President Obama and me, and African Americans.” Hillary Rodham Clinton was talking about President Trump’s favorite rhetorical punching bags. And when it comes to his focus on her, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee is clear on why she thinks that is. […]
Former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton joined me for an in-depth conversation about her new book, “What Happened”:
Suggested by Shaker alanaskye: "Which famous/well-known people, alive or dead, would you like to be at a dinner party you hosted? (This question prompted by an interview with Hillary Rodham Clinton in a free magazine handed out in my...Show More Summary
Clinton praises Teen Vogue as a publication that "takes teen girls seriously and understands that style and substance aren't mutually exclusive."
Knuckleheads on the left, including Tim Kaine, are throwing around the word “treason” in relation to Donald Trump and Paul Manafort. Knuckleheads on the right, including Seb Gorka, accuse Hillary Rodham Clinton of “treason” for her role in the Uranium One deal. Show More Summary
#HRCNATIONALDINNER: The 21st annual HRC National Dinner took place Saturday in Washington, D.C., bringing together more than 3,500 LGBTQ advocates and allies. Hillary Rodham Clinton (@HillaryClinton), Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos), two-time Emmy Award-winning actress Uzo Aduba (@UzoAduba) and U.S. Show More Summary
Born Oct. 26, 1947, Hillary Rodham Clinton turns 70 today, and we've got 70 images to celebrate the big day. The former secretary of state and first lady has had a powerful political career, including her historic -- yet, unsuccessful -- 2016 presidential campaign. Show More Summary
Today, HRC announced the lineup for the 21st annual HRC National Dinner set to take place this Saturday, October 28, 2017, at the Washington Convention Center. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will join trailblazing activist...Show More Summary
Townhall, A University in Wales is Renaming Its Law School After Hillary Clinton: Swansea University in Wales is renamingi ts law school after Hillary Clinton and will honor the two-time presidential candidate and former secretary of state with an honorary degree. Clinton is being honored for her "commitment to promoting...
'What Happened' by Hillary Rodham Clinton makes its debut at No. 1on US TODAY's best-seller list, and NBC's Katy Tur has a political hit, too.
Time magazine’s September 18 issue is devoted to “Firsts: Women Who Are Changing the World.” The largest spread of text and photography was for Hillary Rodham Clinton, the first woman to win a major party’s nomination for president.Show More Summary
Ahead of the release of her post-election book What Happened, Hillary Rodham Clinton has sat down to discuss her state of mind in the wake of the 2016 presidential election, and she had a lot to say during her discussion of events with CBS Sunday Morning anchor Jane Pauley. Show More Summary
Time magazine has unveiled their brand new project, Firsts: Women Who Are Changing the World, and some recognizable faces are on the covers! Hillary Rodham Clinton, Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, Selena Gomez, Ava DuVernay, Sylvia Earle, Nikki Haley, Ilhan Omar, Lori Robinson, Katharine Jefferts Schori, Mo’ne Davis, and Janet Yellen were all photographed by Brazilian [...]
Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton will sit down with CBS Sunday Morning anchor Jane Pauley for her first TV interview about her new book and her run for the White House. The interview will be broadcast Sunday, Sept. Show More Summary