The House Select Committee on Benghazi had subpoenaed the server to determine which Hillary Rodham Clinton emails were personal and which were government records.
Political debate is hard. People say unpleasant things about you when you run for office. Hillary Rodham Clinton has decided that one of the fundamental challenges is that the English language has too many words available by which political adversaries can say mean things about her campaign. Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton's recent hiring of campaign staff raises the question of what will happen to people at some of the groups working on her behalf.
Like a suitcase on the world's longest luggage carousel, Hillary Rodham Clinton's all-but-assured presidential candidacy is now drifting back toward us, begging to be claimed whether or not we still want — or even remember — what is packed inside.
The Department of Homeland Security's investigator general named former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's brother, Tony Rodham, at various points in a new report published Tuesday about a firm that allegedly received preferentialShow More Summary
The Republican National Committee is demanding to know what the White House did to enforce a 2008 deal it crafted with the Clinton Foundation before Hillary Rodham Clinton was appointed secretary of state. In a letter to White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett, who signed the agreement with the foundation on behalf of the Obama administration, […]
The issue gained attention following revelations that Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Jeb Bush used personal email addresses to conduct government business. The issue came before the committee as part of its investigation into the way the IRS treated conservative political groups when they applied for tax-exempt status.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton's fundraising team only plans to raise money for the presidential primaries when she launches her 2016 campaign and will avoid general election fundraising initially. Democrats familiar with the...Show More Summary
For all the attention paid to how Hillary Rodham Clinton will structure her communications team, her digital staff will be as critical a component of her future campaign.
Hillary Clinton Caught Between Teachers and Wealthy Donors NYT: The pressure Hillary Rodham Clinton faces shows the demands she will have to contend with on a number of divisive domestic issues that flared up during the Obama administration. Show More Summary
The No. 2 official at the Homeland Security Department intervened several times in projects with connections to insiders, including Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and a brother of Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to a report issued by the department's watchdog Tuesday.
Hillary Rodham Clinton has added some of the Democratic Party's most experienced digital strategists to her team of political advisers as she gets ready to launch her 2016 presidential campaign. Teddy Goff, the digital director of President...Show More Summary
The pressure Hillary Rodham Clinton faces shows the demands she will have to contend with on a number of divisive domestic issues that flared up during the Obama administration.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton met privately at the White House Monday afternoon. Moments after the White House confirmed the meeting, Clinton posted a message on Twitter praising Obama's health care law and its provisions aimed at covering young people and those with preexisting conditions.
Cheryl D. Mills, an close adviser to Hillary Rodham Clinton, won't be playing a formal role in Mrs. Clinton's soon-to-be-announced presidential bid.
More than 190 progressive leaders and activists in Iowa and New Hampshire are calling on Hillary Rodham Clinton and any other 2016 Democratic presidential candidates to make "big, bold, economic populist ideas" the centerpiece of their campaigns. Show More Summary
A liberal group is starting a campaign Tuesday aimed at pushing Hillary Rodham Clinton to adopt a full-throated liberal agenda in her all-but-certain presidential campaign.
April will be the most active month in the budding 2016 presidential race, with Hillary Rodham Clinton, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida expected to make their candidacies official.
What a total load of nonsense. Hillary Rodham Clinton joked about her e-mail scandal and her history of troubles with the media Monday night when she gave a speech to a group of reporters. Clinton made the wisecracks while delivering … Continued
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida are all expected to make their candidacies official next month.