A Quinnipiac University poll of the battleground presidential state of Iowa showed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defeating all of her likely Republican presidential opponents in 2016 save for one; New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Show More Summary
The conservative oppo group America Rising begins the expected debunking of Hillary Clinton’s claim to have been a great secretary of state. Tuesday, it started with Libya, arguing that ”new reports in the past week show just how much this policy has unraveled. [Monday], the U.N. Security Council voted to pass a resolution expressing ‘grave concern’ with […]
Robert Golan-Vilella Over the past year, and in the past month in particular, there have been a number of pieces evaluating Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state and contrasting her performance with that of her successor, John Kerry. Show More Summary
Fox News contributor Doug Schoen is the latest media figure to push the false allegation that Hillary Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State lacked accomplishments, ignoring her record of achievement. Hoping to derail a potential Clinton presidential campaign, the GOP and its media allies have begun to attack her record. Show More Summary
Here we go again. According to a piece in Politico Magazine former Secretary of State and likely 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had some harsh words related to progressives in her $400,000 speeches for Goldman Sachs and friends. Show More Summary
Washington (CNN) – Ready for Hillary, a Super PAC aimed at urging former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to run for president in 2016, has increased the number and scope of fundraisers and informational meetings it is organizing, according to representatives from the group. In the past four days, the Super PAC has organized events […]
"... Valerie Jarrett, National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice, Attorney General Eric Holder and former First Lady Laura Bush, Dec. 9, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)"
by Choire Sicha "Aboard Air Force One, former President Bush shows photos of his paintings to, from left, First Lady Michelle Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Valerie Jarrett, National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice, Attorney General Eric Holder and former First Lady Laura Bush, Dec. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, a U.S. delegation led by President Obama and including his predecessor, George W. Bush, and former secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, are joining a who's who of world leaders and dignitaries for a memorial service for South African civil rights and political hero Nelson Mandela. Show More Summary
Secretary of State John Kerry is on a roll, notching major foreign policy victories for President Obama including, most recently, a tentative deal to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions. That's great news for the beleaguered White House and for Kerry's own legacy. Show More Summary
The former secretary of State has been raking in awards this year.
As Beltway pundits staged imaginary 2016 presidential nomination cat-fights pitting progressive Senator Elizabeth Warren against former Secretary of State (and suspected DLCer!) Hillary Clinton and wanked prurient about “A Party in Turmoil,”...Show More Summary
This is the first of two columns on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's recently announced new initiative for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, "No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project." Almost 20 years ago,...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said that she would not run for president in 2016 despite widespread speculation that she would run to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s left in the primaries. She said at a press conference in Boston, “I’m not running for president and I plan to serve out my term…I am not running for president. Show More Summary
The repeated denials of Hillary Clinton’s closest confidants about whether or not the former Secretary of State is running for the presidency are beginning to bother the political journalists who cover both active and stealth campaigns for a living. Show More Summary
People have noticed the silence of former Secretary of State and widely presumed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on the Iran nuclear deal negotiated by President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry. Where does she...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and presidential aspirant, has particular expertise and, I would argue, particular responsibility to speak out on the Iran deal. Other presidential contenders may not have the expertise she does, and they certainly have not been privy to the classified information that she has. Nevertheless, she chooses to remain silent, […]
Since Hillary R. Clinton left the secretary of state post in February, she and her husband have been quietly working to improve their relationship with African-American voters after it endured hardship during her first run for president, the New York Times reports.
A new poll has indicated that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may be the top contenders for their respective parties' tickets in the race for the 2016 presidential nominations.
Sixty-three percent of Democrats and independents who lean towards the Democratic Party said in a new a CNN/ORC International survey that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who also served as senator from New York and first lady, would be their choice for the party's nomination, with Vice President Joe Biden a distant second at 12%. Show More Summary