Hillary Rodham Clinton's finance team will hold a series of meetings with hundreds of small donors on the East Coast next week to engage supporters before larger planned events.
Hillary Rodham Clinton stepped gingerly into one of the Democratic Party's most divisive debates Friday, staking out a carefully balanced position on new legislation granting sweeping presidential authority to negotiate free-trade deals. Show More Summary
As of Friday morning, ABC, CBS, and NBC's morning and evening newscasts have yet to cover Hillary Clinton's false claim that all four of her grandparents emigrated to the United States. In reality, only one – Hugh Rodham, Sr. – was born abroad in England. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says she will be closely watching efforts by the Obama administration to negotiate a broad trade policy pact with Pacific nations that's raising concerns over potential harm to workers.
After 24 hours of silence, Hillary Rodham Clinton weighed in on perhaps the most divisive issue before the Democratic Party, setting her conditions for accepting a new trade deal making its way to Congress but not flat out rejecting...
NASHUA, N.H. — Just days after Hillary Rodham Clinton entered the race — and days before she heads to New Hampshire herself — more than a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls descended on the first-in-the-nation primary state Friday to jockey for a coveted breakout moment in the battle to take her on. GOP rivals at a […]
In a video released by her campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton is shown sitting at a table listening to a man thanking her for urging the Supreme Court of ruling in favor of same-sex marriage.
In a sign of the power of the populist current among Democrats this election cycle, Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign is hiring a former top federal regulator known for trying to tighten rules and requirements on Wall Street. Former Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman Gary Gensler will be the campaign's chief financial officer, a Democrat with […]
In celebration of National High-Five Day, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign team took to Facebook with an animation of Kate McKinnon, her doppelgänger on "Saturday Night Live."
So remember Scott Walker’s fired digital outreach consultant, Liz Mair? She’s landed on her feet (as all wingers on the gravy train do) and is over at Newsbeast these days, cranking out gems like this. The Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign part deux is less than a week old, and already reporters and opinionators across [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley, who is gearing up for his own 2016 presidential bid, appears increasingly comfortable taking shots at Hillary Rodham Clinton. On Thursday, O’Malley knocked the Democratic front-runner for two positions she’s taken in recent days that he has held for some time regarding same-sex marriage and immigration -- suggesting she’s been […]
Once Hillary Rodham Clinton’s charismatic rival, then her unpopular boss, President Obama was bound to pose a bit of quandary for Clinton as she once again pursues the presidency.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s views on same-sex marriage have evolved in the almost 20 years since her husband, Bill Clinton, then the president, signed the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act,
A financier is holding a fund-raiser at his Washington home for Senator Marco Rubio, just a few doors down from Hillary Rodham Clinton's house.
Hillary Rodham Clinton has no hard feelings toward Mayor Bill de Blasio for declining to endorse her presidential bid -- at least according to Tom Harkin, the former senator from Iowa.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is set to make her first trip to New Hampshire as a presidential candidate next week. Clinton announced her second White House bid Sunday, kicking it off with a trip to Iowa featuring similar small-scale events.
In a move sure to please activists who had been frustrated by her conditional support for same-sex marriage, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign says she now wants the Supreme Court to back marriage equality as a constitutional right.
Hillary Rodham Clinton didn't say much in the video announcing her campaign for president.
Carly Fiorina, the onetime chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, said a female challenger for president on the Republican side could neutralize the Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton's power to galvanize women.
The New York Post says: Hillary Rodham Clinton fudged her family history at a campaign appearance in Iowa Wednesday when she described her grandparents as immigrants. “All my grandparents, you know, came over here and, you know, my grandfather went to work in a lace mill in Scranton, Pa.,” Clinton said. Show More Summary