Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton always wants to get more sleep. Sleep is the one thing she can't live without, the Democratic presidential candidate told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell on Friday. "Don't get enough of it, always want more of it," said Clinton, who was the most well-traveled secretary of state in U.S. Show More Summary
After being pressed by MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell during an interview Friday, Hillary Clinton acknowledged she had made some bad decisions about using email while she was secretary of state -- but won't apologize for using a private server. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton net worth: The Democratic presidential hopeful and former secretary of state wants us to think she's just like us, but her money says otherwise. The post Hillary Clinton Net Worth: Anything But “Dead Broke” appeared first on The Wall Street Examiner. Show More Summary
Former US Secretary of State and current presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton made personal payments to Department’s staffer to run her private e-mail server, a source with Clinton’s election campaign told The Washington Post on Saturday.
Hillary Clinton used personal funds to pay a State Department staffer to maintain an email server she used for both personal and government matters when she was U.S. secretary of state, The Washington Post said on Saturday, citing a campaign official. The unidentified official for Clinton’s...
The conservative group Citizens United has retained Theodore Olson, the former U.S. solicitor general and his firm Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher to help in its fight to gain quicker access to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's records.
According to The Smoking Gun, the individual claimed he had access to more than 32,000 of the Secretary of State's private conversations. The post Scammer Wants to Sell 32,000 Of Hillary Clinton’s Emails for $500,000 appeared first on Crime Feed.
A recent Gallup poll has revealed that Clinton has the worst slumps in ratings since she left her cabinet of the secretary of state and that could provoke Democratic voters to choose another nominee for the 2016 presidential run.
Hillary Clinton sat down with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Friday in an effort to signal greater press access and answer the unending questions surrounding use of her private server and email account while serving as secretary of state. Alex...Show More Summary
In a sit-down interview with NBC News' Andrea Mitchell on Friday, Hillary Clinton conceded that she "should have had two accounts, one for personal and one for work related" while secretary of state. The Democratic front-runner, though,...Show More Summary
Gallup reports, “Dogged by continued scrutiny of her email practices as secretary of state, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s favorability with the American public has sunk to one of its lowest levels in Gallup’s 23-year trend. Currently, 41% of U.S. adults say they have a favorable opinion of the Democratic front-runner, while 51% hold an […]
Emails reveal that the likely presidential candidate got highly partisan advice when she was secretary of state.
In an exclusive interview with Hillary Clinton on Friday, NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent and MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell began by gently wondering if the former Secretary of State was “sorry” about the e-mail scandal: “You said...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that the United States should help to address the Syrian refugee crisis, but added that a much larger global response was needed to resolve the issue. MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell asked Clinton, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for president, whether the U.S. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a rare televised interview on Friday during which, among other things, she addressed Donald Trump's attacks against one of her aides, Huma Abedin. Clinton said she didn't mind the Republican...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton continued to insist that she did not knowingly receive or send classified information from her personal e-mail account as Secretary of State on Friday in a rare national television interview, even as Clinton expressed regret for not having a government e-mail account. Show More Summary
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Friday she was sorry that her use of a personal email account while secretary of state caused confusion, in her most contrite comments yet about the issue. Clinton, the Democratic frontrunner ahead of the 2016 election, did not apologize for...
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton on Friday did not apologize for her decision to exclusively use a private email account and server while serving as secretary of state, but said she disagrees with her choice to use one account for both work and personal correspondence.
Secretary of State John Kerry weighed in on the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton's emails, telling The Huffington Post in an interview that there is a "massive amount of overclassification" at the State Department. He also echoed Clinton's assurances that nothing she sent or received on her personal email account was marked classified at the time.
WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State John Kerry defended his predecessor, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, from criticisms over her email practices on Thursday, saying there's "no evidence that something was transmitted...Show More Summary