Embattled Harlem Rep. Charles Rangel has landed the biggest endorsement yet as he battles to hold onto his congressional seat: Former President Bill Clinton will back Rangel on Wednesday, sources said.
Bill Clinton had to call Russia’s first president early in the day to catch him sober. But the U.S. could work with Yeltsin—though he chose a successor who would ‘repudiate his legacy.’
Former President Bill Clinton speaks in the Queens borough of New York City in 2005. Photo by Shutterstock Newly released documents from the Bill Clinton presidential library show two separate attempts by advisors, in 1995 and 1997, to hurry the president into supporting a repeal of Wall Street regulation. Show More Summary
Dick Morris, the one-time adviser to President Bill Clinton, has carved out a strange, multi-faceted career in recent years, engaging in questionable political dealings, pitching misguided punditry (he predicted Mitt Romney would win in a landslide in 2012), and peddling conspiracy theories. Show More Summary
In March of 2012 North Dakota Democrats saw a huge surge in their fundraising, putting over $151,000 in the bank. That was no doubt thanks to their state convention which featured former President Bill Clinton. In March of 2014, however, Democrats didn’t do nearly so well raising a much more pedestrian $62,210.89. Coming off an...
Former US president Bill Clinton sent a handwritten note to the chairman of the board of a mosque that housed 9/11 hijackers and was led by al-Qaeda operatives. Bill Clinton sent the note to the Dar AL-Hijrah Mosque in Falls Church, Virginia. This was a mosque that once had senior al-Qaeda operative Anwar al-Awlaki as
The Clinton Library has released over 7,000 pages of documents from Bill’s presidency, likely hoping that what ever is in them will be “old news” by the time Hillary announces her bid for president. But one of the documents is very interesting...Show More Summary
Three years before Matt Drudge changed the world and how news would be consumed, President Bill Clinton's White House feared that the Internet was allowing average citizens, especially conservatives, to bypass legacy gatekeepers and access information that had previously been denied to them by the mainstream press. Show More Summary
As the nation awaits Hillary Clinton's decision of whether or not she will run for president in 2016, a cache of 7,500 pages of newly released documents from Bill Clinton's years in the White House show some familiar political themes. Show More Summary
Just ahead of a possible Hillary run for the presidency, the Clinton Library released a new load of documents from President Bill Clinton’s years in the White House. One of those documents attempts to explain Hillary's "vast right-wing...Show More Summary
Rep. Nydia Velázquez's website touts her role in helping to pass President Bill Clinton's "New Markets Initiative," which provided start-up money for businesses in low-income areas.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands of pages of documents from President Bill Clinton's White House affirm a longtime adage: The more things change, the more they stay the same.
A bullet-points memo in March 2000 ahead of a visit by then-Rep. Anthony Weiner’s noted his alignment with President Bill Clinton on key issues and praised the congressman’s support for Hillary Clinton.
A 1993 memo from U.S. Trade Representative Mickey Kantor to President Bill Clinton shows the groundwork being set to get Lee Iacocca on board as a high-profile salesman for Nafta, the controversial trade agreement.
Advisers to Bill Clinton didn’t want the president to be perceived as milking the 30th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
When then-President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore decided not to attend another Democrat’s funeral, a White House staffer lamented the lost political and fundraising opportunities.
Among the trove of Clinton-era documents released Friday afternoon by the former president's library is an email from an angry White House aide who blasts President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore for not attending the funeral of Oklahoma Democrat Carl Albert. Show More Summary
In a 1995 internal memo, President Bill Clinton's White House Counsel's Office offered an in-depth analysis of the right-wing media mill that Hillary Clinton had dubbed the "vast right-wing conspiracy." Portions of the report, whichShow More Summary
With the new release of 90s-era Clinton documents comes this gem from President Bill Clinton's communications department. It's a letter that the team, including current CNN contributor Paul Begala, apparently drafted but never sent to conservative radio host Don Imus rejected his invitation for the president to appear on his show.
On Friday, the National Archives released another batch of documents from President Bill Clinton's White House relating to history-shaping events from the 1990s. Among the more interesting passages was a memo relating to the new online communications tool, "the internet"...