The Democrat race for the 2016 nomination has now been transformed. Former Secretary of State is as much a frontrunner with as awesome a lead nationally as her impressive margin in the Iowa causes by an awesome margin. Which means: NOT! Sanders and Clinton are now locked in a virtual dead heat: Vermont Sen. Bernie [...]Show More Summary
So just what was in those "top secret" emails that Hillary Clinton received on her personal email server while she was Secretary of State? The New York Times reports what everyone has already figured out: they were about drones. What's...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton speaks as Secretary of State in Washington, D.C. (Northern Ireland Executive / (CC BY-ND 2.0)) Tensions in the dispute over Hillary Clinton’s ostensibly illegal use of a private email server to store and exchangeShow More Summary
ASHE SCHOW: Yes, Hillary Clinton, you are part of the establishment. During Thursday night’s Democratic debate in New Hampshire, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont told the audience that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton represents “the establishment.” His evidence for this was the backing she had gotten from some major political figures in Vermont. “She […]
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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is the surprise hit of the political season. His near tie with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the Iowa caucus has invigorated his supporters, who seem determined to make a final push to get the word out before the New Hampshire primary. For Sanders, New Hampshire will be make-or-break. […]
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has erased Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's wide lead for the Democratic presidential nomination since the start of year, putting the two in a dead heat nationally, according to...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton is the ultimate Washington DC insider. She has been there for over 20 years. She was a first lady. Then she was a Senator. Then she ran for President. Then she was a lousy secretary of state. Then she went and made tens of millions of dollars giving speeches thanks in large part to her status as a DC insider. Show More Summary
Post by Becky Bracken. I swear I could feel you shaking your head last night when former secretary of state Hillary Clinton defended herself against Bernie Sanders's suggestion that she's part of the "establishment" by reminding us she's a woman running for president. Show More Summary
Post by Becky Bracken. I swear I could feel you shaking your head last night when former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended herself against Bernie Sanders's suggestion that she's part of the "establishment" by reminding us she's a woman running for president. Show More Summary
“This just in: In a lavishly compensated speech to hedge-fund managers, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton promised, if ever elected president, that she would unfailingly do the bidding of Wall Street. ‘I am at your disposal 24 hours a day, seven days a week,’ Clinton told the assembled...
During the Wednesday night Democratic Town Hall hosted by CNN, Secretary Hillary Clinton decided to underscore her reluctance to require women to register for the draft by adding something of a non sequitur: "the All Volunteer military,"...Show More Summary
Millennial voters who grew up during -- or were born after -- the Bill Clinton presidency, have understandably found the Boomer loyalty to and support of our former First Lady, New York Senator and Secretary of State, to be utterly inexplicable. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s campaign operatives found themselves in the peculiar position Thursday night of having to defend the legacy of none other than Henry Kissinger, the 92-year-old former secretary of state whose past deeds many believe...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton finds it "amazing" that Iowa young female voters preferred Bernie Sanders. It's a bitter pill to for Secretary Clinton. But beyond the matter of personal choice, there are some reasons that are both natural and inevitable in our society. Show More Summary
One of the hotter debates happening in the Democratic nominating contest is really a dispute about governing style. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has argued that she's best-suited to be president at a time when the legislature is under control of the GOP because she's an operator, a "progressive that gets things done." Sen. Show More Summary
In the last Democratic debate before the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton went on the attack against Bernie Sanders. The former secretary of state did so by focusing on the Vermont senator’s perceived weak spot: foreign policy. Given that many voters seem to care a great deal about America’s...
It's just one poll. Could be an outlier. But still: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) lags behind former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by just two points, nearly wiping out Clinton's previous 31-point lead, according to a nationwide Quinnipiac poll released Friday. Show More Summary
Monday’s Iowa Caucus results showed that Senator Bernie Sanders won the youth vote overwhelmingly with 84 percent over former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s 14 percent. But the most concerning thing about the caucus was that young voters didn’t caucus for democrats the way they did...
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in her debate with Senator Sanders minutes ago, said that she went to Wall Street and told them to stop their "shenanigans." The context was that she was being asked to respond to the complaint that she was too close to on Wall Street billionaires. Show More Summary