For a year now, Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a fixture on Twitter, posting observations with #TweetsFromHillary at @HillaryClinton. But when the former secretary of state made the rounds at Facebook, Twitter and Google on Monday, the hashtag became #AskHillary, as she switched to interactive mode. Read More
(Steven Hayward) The Washington Post noticed a couple days ago that a lot of liberals are growing increasingly uncomfortable with the prospect of Hillary as their candidate: Even as Hillary Rodham Clinton looms as the overwhelming favorite for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, the party’s base is stirring for a primary fight. Show More Summary
Who’s the most meaningful person that Hillary Rodham Clinton has met in her lifetime? Nelson Mandela. Her biggest influence? Her late mother. The first book that she will read to her new grandchild? “Goodnight Moon.” Her favorite book of all time? “The Brothers Karamazov” by Fyodor Dostoevsky...
Elizabeth Warren has been crystal clear about her plans. The Massachusetts senator says she is not running for president in 2016, and she hopes that Hillary Rodham Clinton will. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t thousands of liberal fans out there hoping she’ll change her mind.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday if she decides to run for the White House in 2016 she will have "a very specific agenda" but acknowledged in an interview that the modern role of U.S. president has "gotten even bigger and more difficult."
When Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart was trying to pry clues from Hillary Rodham Clinton with career aptitude test Tuesday night, she allowed that she was surprised by the size of the industry that has sprung up around her potential White House plans.
Jon Stewart gave Hillary Rodham Clinton all of a minute during her "Daily Show" appearance on Tuesday to discuss her new book, "Hard Choices," before getting down to the real business at hand.
Hillary Rodham Clinton gave Jon Stewart no hints about whether she will run for president during Tuesday’s taping of The Daily Show.… READ ON
Hillary Rodham Clinton ventured this close to declaring her presidential candidacy Tuesday night, winking to Jon Stewart that she prefers a work space shaped like the Oval Office. Click here to read the story.
NEW YORK (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton didn't give Jon Stewart any hints about whether she will run for president, but acknowledged during Tuesday's taping of "The Daily Show" that the speculation surrounding her possible candidacy has become "a cottage industry."
“I was going to make an announcement,” Hillary Rodham Clinton joked with Jon Stewart after a series of questions. “But you spoiled it.”
Hillary Rodham Clinton has faced lots of creative attempts to decipher her plans for a second White House run. On Tuesday night, Jon Stewart tried trick questions about architecture, eliciting a more interesting response than most.
A headline at The Washington Post. Sample text:The trepidation that some Democrats feel in standing with President Obama — along with former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton’s absence on the midterm campaign trail — has provided...Show More Summary
Will Jon Stewart be able to find out if Hillary will or she won't?
As the political world holds its breath, awaiting a go or no-go announcement from Hillary Rodham Clinton, one Democratic presidential prospect is already campaigning. Although a final decision to go forward into 2016 may be months away, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is making all the moves of a...
Of all the headaches of her current book tour -- the declining sales, the constant travel, the interviews that generated unkind headlines about her family's wealth -- this one may sting Hillary Rodham Clinton the most: Her memoir, Hard...Show More Summary
Five days ago, Village mouthpiece Chris Cillizza said Hillary Clinton had just had the worst week in Washington: When “Hard Choices,” Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir of her time at the State Department, came out in early June, the book...Show More Summary
AP Photo/Eric Gay Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton waves to the crowd before she speaks about her new book "Hard Choices" on Friday, June 20, 2014, in Austin, Texas. This article originally appeared at The Huffington...Show More Summary
The New York Times weighs in this morning with a big piece reporting that Wall Street, which is wringing its hands about the Democratic Party’s supposed sharp turn to the left, “sees a solution on the horizon: Hillary Rodham Clinton.” The piece runs through the ways Clinton is said to be more friendly to Wall […]
Writing in The New York Times this weekend, Jacob Heilbrunn thinks that neoconservative writers and policy analysts may be preparing to break from the Republican Party and align themselves "with Hillary Rodham Clinton and her nascent...Show More Summary