Republican presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee on Tuesday said Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has “self-inflicted wounds,” citing the controversy over her email use as secretary of state and questions that have arisen over donors to her family’s foundation.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday called for blocking Islamic State militants from using social media to spread their message, injecting herself into a controversial issue that has divided current government officials.
Just when you think you know something about your favorite coach, you read their biography and find out something new, and kind of weird. For instance, in Nick Saban‘s biography, likely sold exclusively in the state of Alabama, he manages to turn a story around to teach a lesson to his kids. Of course, this […]
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton admits that selfies have changed campaigning, at least a little bit. In an interview with the Daily Times Herald of Carroll, Iowa, the former Secretary of State said that selfies have...Show More Summary
At least one Republican presidential candidate sees a lot of similarities between the New England Patriots' Deflategate scandal and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deleting her email archives. Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina gave an interview Tuesday to Boston-based radio host Howie Carr. Show More Summary
Daily Beast: “Among the approximately 2,000 emails that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has released from her private account, there is a conspicuous two-month gap. There are no emails between Clinton and her State Department staff during May and [...]
I'm surprised she doesn't reflexively answer, "yes, I'll take two" to a question about Keystone XL...... but apparently the former Secretary of State has no position on a major issue that her State Department strung along for years....
CNN screenshot Hillary Clinton is in a bit of a tough spot when it comes to stating her position on the planned Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. As secretary of state, she had a hand in revving up the controversial...Show More Summary
The US State Department approved the Keystone XL pipeline years ago — when Hillary Clinton herself was Secretary of State. But Obama keeps blocking it so environmentalists will donating to the Democrats. Today Clinton was asked about Keystone XL at a town hall. Would she approve it if elected? Pretty simple, yet Clinton refused to give a straight answer.
Good morning. Paper offers a mea culpa amid email kerfuffle It started with a lede last week about a criminal investigation into whether then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton mishandled "sensitive government information" via her email account. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, July 28 (Reuters) - Republican U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton should "come clean" and turn over her private email server to the State Department's inspector general. Show More Summary
The head of the North Carolina Republican Party has repeatedly taken to social media to attempt to conflate the Democratic Party — and its current 2016 front-runner former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton — with the Ku Klux Klan. WRAL Channel 5 reported that the state’s GOP Chairman...
Republican House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton should “come clean” and turn over her private email server to the State Department’s inspector general. At least four emails from the account used by Clinton...
However, it does not include the following, as Fox News reported: “According to Reuters, the documents are not expected to deal with emails sent by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the attack, which resulted in the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Gowdy has repeatedly requested more documents related to […]
The most surprising revelation in recent presidential polling is not that Donald Trump has low favorability in key states — a welcome indicator of national sanity — but rather that Hillary Clinton's numbers are almost as bad. Put another...Show More Summary
U.S. Inspector General findings that Hillary Clinton evidently mishandled - and potentially compromised - national security information through her rogue email practices as secretary of state of the United States were the subject of scrutiny on the nation’s top Spanish-language networks. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing a firestorm of criticism over her use of a personal email server for government work. Here is a guide to the latest developments.
Hillary Clinton was in Iowa Monday laying out her renewable energy vision for the nation. The Democratic presidential contender is proposing that every home in the United States be powered by renewable sources by 2027. Her plan calls...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign found a creative way to highlight how her position on climate change contrasts with the GOP field. Clinton's team released a video on Monday that is reminiscent of old movies like "Frankenstein," featuring clips of Republican candidates questioning the science of climate change. Show More Summary
Every once in a while during a political campaign, I get a little cranky: What I had in mind is the kerfuffle over Hillary Clinton’s poor poll numbers in a recent Quinnipiac poll in several swing states. But I’d say the same thing about the Hillary Clinton’s good poll numbers in national polls pitting her […]