The former secretary of state's critics have a whole new batch of molehills to try and make into mountains. Hillary Clinton may have just kicked off her nascent presidential campaign last week, but the vast archipelago of conservative...Show More Summary
The New Yorker breaks down the allegations about a Canadian uranium company’s contributions to the Clinton Foundation while Hillary was secretary of state and related direct payments made to Bill.
The review follows the discovery of errors involving the charities’ reporting of grants from foreign governments during Hillary Rodham Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, a close ally of Hillary Clinton, voiced concern Friday that the Democratic Party was “kind of stuck in last year,” saying he expected the former secretary of state to face “a very close election” for president.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is creating a buzz on social media today, with the hashtag #SaySomethingNiceAboutHillary trending on Twitter. Almost two weeks after the former Secretary of State announced her candidacy...Show More Summary
Alex Griswold of the Daily Caller reports that on Thursday, “Press secretary Josh Earnest dodged no less [sic] than ten consecutive questions in a span of five minutes. Nine of the 10 questions came from ABC’s Jonathan Karl, the 10th from CNN’s Jim Acosta. Show More Summary
The Obama White House Dodges On Whether Clinton Violated The Memorandum of Understanding For The Second Straight Day Jon Karl: We now know that there were some $2 million that came from Uranium One to the Clinton Foundation that were … Continue reading ?
Campaign-finance watchdogs on Friday called for the Clinton Foundation to change its policies in the wake of new revelations about donations to the Clinton Foundation around the time that Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
As the stack of investigative stories around Hillary Clinton, her family's charity and her work as Secretary of State continues to climb higher and higher, her defenders can still say that there is no smoking gun anywhere in the pile. Show More Summary
For the second day in a row, ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl pressed the White House for answers on whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated government policy by accepting controversial donations to the Clinton Foundation during her cabinet tenure.
Fox News baselessly suggested that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton personally approved a deal that eventually gave the Russian government ownership of U.S. uranium mines to benefit a Clinton Foundation donor. But Clinton reportedly had no personal involvement in the deal, which was approved by representatives of nine U.S. Show More Summary
The Clinton Foundation is under IRS review for foreign donations not properly reported to the government. Made while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state. It may have been an accounting oversight by the foundation. But former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is going much further. Saying this sure looks like Hillary accepted bribes.
Was a US Secretary of State "bribed to grease the sale of strategic assets to Russia"?
Could Clinton's silence on the matter be due to a serious conflict of interest? The Trans-Pacific Partnership has divided the Democratic Party, with most Democrats in Congress and activists in the country opposing the agreement as party elites such as Barack Obama are supporting it. Show More Summary
On Thursday, the Clinton faced a range of questions about their wealth — and the Clinton Foundation's — and where it was coming from. A report from ABC News noted that the quantity of money was worth scrutinizing too, although there has been no shortage of investigations into how much money... More »
Mitt Romney said the donation from a uranium company to the Clinton Foundation at around the same time Hillary Clinton approved a uranium sale involving the company when she was secretary of state looked like bribery. Today is Armenian genocide remembrance day. Show More Summary
As the Washington Free Beacon noted: “Once again, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest referred to the State Department and Clinton Foundation to answer any questions about recent allegations that Hillary Clinton approved of a massive uranium transfer to Russia in exchange for donations to the Clinton Foundation and speaking fees for Bill Clinton.” “When […]
Less than two weeks after she formally announced her latest run for the White House, the former Secretary of State's first Tinseltown fundraisers have been set on the calendar. Hillary Clinton will be double dipping on May 7 with a lunch at Steven Bochco's and a dinner at Haim Saban's. Show More Summary
In a letter sent to Clinton’s lawyers today, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, has requested former...
The congressional panel investigating the 2012 attacks on a US mission in Benghazi called on former secretary of state Hillary Clinton on Thursday to testify at two public hearings, the first next month. Benghazi Commission chairman Trey Gowdy wrote to an attorney for Clinton requesting her...