The former president made a surprise visit to the memorial Wednesday afternoon.
Two decades ago, President Bill Clinton signed the “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act” (PRWORA) and heralded the end of “welfare as we know it.” The law lived up to that promise, but the outcomes for families who depend on it have been problematic.
As president, Bill Clinton didn't have many political enemies more dogged than Tom DeLay. The Texas Republican, who served as the House majority whip and was known as "the Hammer," spent some of his congressional tenure trying to impeach the president for the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Show More Summary
The former president paid a surprise visit to the memorial Wednesday afternoon.
Welfare reform, perhaps the signature legislation of Bill Clinton's presidency, recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. The use of the word "celebrated" would depend greatly on who was asked. The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity...Show More Summary
As Conservative Review's Jen Kuznicki explains, in 1993, the president of Wellesley College approved a new rule upon being contacted by Bill Clinton’s White House. The rule stated that all senior theses written by a president or first lady of the United States would be kept under lock and key. Show More Summary
If elected, Clinton says she'll take additional steps to make sure there are no conflicts of interest between her administration and the global charitable network founded by her husband. Former President Bill Clinton announced last week...Show More Summary
1993 was certainly a transitional year in America. Bill Clinton became president and helped the gay rights movement start to take off. Islamic terrorists bombed the World Trade Center and previewed what would happen eight years later. Show More Summary
A spokeswoman for the 36-year-old daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and current Democratic presidential nominee, said Chelsea Clinton was committed to ensuring that those benefiting...Show More Summary
James Carville became a political icon by helping Bill Clinton win the 1992 election as the lead strategist on the then governor's presidential campaign. He's the author of a new book, "We're Still Right, They're Still Wrong," whichShow More Summary
James Carville on Tuesday delivered harsh criticism of Donald Trump's knowledge of key foreign-policy issues. In an interview with Business Insider, President Bill Clinton's former campaign manager said that while he disagreed with former Republican presidential candidates like Sen. Show More Summary
NO. WAY. Clinton Foundation Rethinks Changes; Chelsea to Stay. As recently as this summer, the foundation was discussing with some allies plans for Chelsea Clinton to leave the board, along with former President Bill Clinton, if Mrs. Clinton should win. But on Wednesday, foundation spokesman Craig Minassian said Chelsea Clinton plans to stay on the […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton says he's proud of people who have donated to the Clinton Foundation and the work the organization has done, as he waded into a dispute that Republicans are hoping will damage his wife's presidential...Show More Summary
From the Archive: President Bill Clinton’s bombardment of Serbia in 1999 marked a grim turn in the practice of “information warfare,” with a lethal NATO attack targeting a Serb TV station which criticized the war, observed war correspondent Don North.…Read more ?
Former President Bill Clinton defended the Clinton Foundation on Wednesday, saying that the organization creates jobs and saves lives.
He repeated his plans to stop accepting foreign donations if Hillary Clinton is elected president
ATLANTA (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton defends Clinton Foundation, saying it creates jobs, saves lives.
"Humanitarian" interventions have become part of the Clintons' "family values" since the Bill Clinton presidency, US columnist James Carden notes, suggesting that should Hillary Clinton's win the White House in November, America's foreign policy "realism" will sink into oblivion.
The foundation started by Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton should shut down despite its good work, two major newspapers said in editorials on Wednesday, calling for its closure to avoid perceptions of “pay-for-play” amid the U.S. presidential campaign as critics step up...
Hillary Clinton slammed for-profit colleges as predatory, but her husband Bill took millions from them. Over five years, former president Bill Clinton earned $17.6 million from the world’s largest for-profit education company, Laureate Education, Inc. Show More Summary