WASHINGTON (AP) — Set 'em up, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and lend an ear to the troubles of a presidential candidate. The front-runner for the Democratic nomination appeared on the season opener of "Saturday Night Live" as a wise bartender...Show More Summary
Consider this an Open Thread. To get things started: “The International Association of Fire Fighters, one of the country’s more politically powerful unions, has abandoned its initial plans to endorse Hillary Rodham Clinton for president, according to union sources,” per the New York Times. Show More Summary
Playing amiable barkeep “Val” to Kate McKinnon’s anxious Hillary Rodham Clinton, the real HRC walked away with the premiere outing of SNL’s 41st season, kidding herself, singing “Lean On Me” and even hanging around long enough to introduce Miley Cyrus, who was doubling as host and musical guest. Show More Summary
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton spoofed her reputation for caution and slow adoption of liberal positions during a cameo on “Saturday Night Live.” Clinton gamely played a bartender named “Val” alongside cast member Kate McKinnon, who regularly plays Clinton on the show. Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton met her comedic doppelgänger and poked fun at herself on Saturday night in the season premier of "Saturday Night Live," the latest and highest stakes of a string of entertainment shows Mrs. Clinton has appeared on in recent weeks.
BOSTON — Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) drew an estimated crowd of 20,000 here on Saturday night, building on the momentum of a week during which he posted a quarterly fundraising total that nearly matched that of Hillary Rodham Clinton, his chief rival for the Democratic presidential nomination. The boisterous turnout at the Boston Convention and […]
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday delivered the strongest statement of support for gay rights in the 2016 presidential race when she promised that ending discrimination against gay, lesbian and transgender people would be a central pillar of her administration. Continue reading ? The post Clinton to make LGBT rights a campaign focus appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Hillary Rodham Clinton made an unplanned trip to the headquarters of the nation’s largest teachers union Saturday morning to lock down its endorsement and calm the jitters of union leaders under pressure from members to withhold support. National Education Assn. leaders say Clinton came to the...
In a speech to members of the Human Rights Campaign on Saturday, Hillary Rodham Clinton emphasized rights for transgender people, saying they should be allowed to serve in the military.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign has picked up the endorsement of the National Education Association, the nation's largest labor union. The former secretary of state has won eight labor endorsements representing about 7 million workers, including the nation's two main teachers' unions.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is arguing for a more robust approach to Syria, with the president dismissing her ideas as campaign politics.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton proposed Saturday that military records be amended to upgrade dishonorable discharges imposed on gay, lesbian and transgender military veterans. People drummed out of the armed...Show More Summary
BOSTON — Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Saturday that he opposes a unilateral American no-fly zone in Syria, offering a less hawkish stance on the war-torn region than Hillary Rodham Clinton, his chief rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, and a position more in line with President Obama. “We must be very careful about not making […]
[caption id="attachment_245681" align="aligncenter" width="622"] Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during a forum on substance abuse, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015, in Boston. The presidential hopeful was joined Thursday by fellow Democrats Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Mass., Attorney General Maura Healey. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is accusing White House hopefuls of concocting "half-baked" ideas for solving the crisis in Syria, appearing to even dismiss his former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's call for a no-fly...Show More Summary
A day after the deadly shootings in Oregon, Hillary Rodham Clinton used a campaign appearance Friday to attack the National Rifle Association and Republican members of Congress who she said did the group's bidding.
Hillary Rodham Clinton joined Democratic officials in Alabama in criticizing a decision by state officials to shutter 31 satellite driver’s-license offices, mostly in areas heavily populated by African Americans, a move that could make it harder for those residents to get photo IDs needed to vote. Alabama’s voter-identification law went into effect last year, requiring […]
(AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton says she will fight for stricter gun controls following this week's deadly mass shooting at an Oregon community college. Speaking at Broward College, Clinton says people should not have to be afraid to go to a college, a movie theater or Bible study.
Former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton broke with the White House she used to serve by advocating additional international air power to protect civilians in the multi-front war in Syria. “I personally would be advocating now for a no-fly zone and humanitarian corridors to try to stop the carnage on the ground and from […]
Tom Steyer’s crusade to force politicians to confront climate change is well known, manifesting itself in millions of dollars of campaign funding, including the windfall he raised for Hillary Rodham Clinton recently in his San Francisco home. Less well known is the billionaire’s crusade to force...