Predictably, she kept mum on whether she would run. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton swung by Twitter's headquarters Monday night. She avoided questions of whether she would run, but praised social media for its ability to help conflicting nations and organizations communicate, referring specifically to Hamas and Israel. Read Full Story
For a year now, Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a fixture on Twitter, posting observations with #TweetsFromHillary at @HillaryClinton. But when the former secretary of state made the rounds at Facebook, Twitter and Google on Monday, the hashtag became #AskHillary, as she switched to interactive mode. Read More
Hillary Clinton has high hopes for the future of social media — but we're not there just yet The former U.S. Secretary of State spoke at Twitter headquarters in San Francisco Monday night, capping off a day in Silicon Valley during which...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton is going to Twitter headquarters in San Francisco Monday evening to participate in a Q&A session to promote her book Hard Choices. Twitter users are invited to submit questions to the former secretary of state using the hashtag #AskHillary. Live streaming coverage of the event will begin at approximately 8:20 p.m. ET.
Hillary Clinton knows how to please both sides of the aisle — when it comes to Silicon Valley tech giants, at least The former Secretary of State will visit both Facebook and Twitter headquarters on Monday, participating in live-streamed...Show More Summary
PBS’s Charlie Rose opened his 62 minute-long interview with Hillary Clinton, aired in two parts on Thursday and Friday’s Charlie Rose show, by reciting a Maya Angelou poem dedicated to the former Secretary of State. Almost an hour later...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton left the State Department with a sky-high approval rating. A little over a year later, and that has changed significantly. Only 14 percent of voters say Clinton's tenure as secretary of state was "excellent," according to a new Politico poll. Show More Summary
How do Americans view Hillary Clinton’s performance as Secretary of State? Only 42 percent of voters called her performance “excellent or good” in a new Politico poll. Fifty-three percent view her performance as “fair or poor,” including 60 percent of independents. Show More Summary
Bloomberg (emphasis added): "Hillary Clinton has earned at least $12 million in 16 months since leaving the State Department, a windfall at odds with her party’s call to shrink the gap between the rich and the poor."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has earned at least $12 million since she left the Obama administration, according to Bloomberg News. Data collected by Bloomberg reveals that Clinton earned at least $6 million from her book Hard Choices and at least $6 million from a number of speeches and appearances at more than 100 events. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton has been a $12 million baby since leaving the State Department. Since exiting the Obama administration in February 2013, she has raked in an estimated $750,000 per month with her nonstop speaking appearances, according to an analysis by Bloomberg.
A new Politico poll out Monday morning found likely voters largely unimpressed with Hillary Clinton's record as secretary of state. A full majority of the voters described the expected presidential candidate's tenure as somewhat lackluster...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s memoir of her time as Secretary of State hit the top of the New York Times best-seller list, only to be knocked into second place by a book casting her in a “blood feud” between the Clintons and the Obamas.
(Paul Mirengoff) The worse Vladimir Putin and the Ukrainian separatists he sponsors behave, the worse it is for Hillary Clinton. After all, her most publicized and most significant action as Secretary of State was the infamous “Russian...Show More Summary
Some Democrats have so long assumed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be their party’s standard-barer in 2016 that they have neglected to take note of other potential candidates, a new poll shows.
Hillary Clinton said she may not run for president because the modern American presidency may just be too tough of a job. Acknowledging to PBS's Charlie Rose that America's president must be both the head of state and government, Clinton...Show More Summary
On Thursday night’s episode of his PBS show, Charlie Rose began by showering guest and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with praises from the likes of Henry Kissinger, the late Maya Angelous and, naturally, Charlie Rose himself!...Show More Summary
"CBS Evening News" played a clip of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton being questioned by Charlie Rose about the appropriate United States response to reports Russian separatists may have shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, killing all 295 passengers. Show More Summary
A new Gallup Poll has good news for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and bad news for some Republicans long believed to be the most “electable” nationally: Clinton is the best known, best liked potential 2016 candidate the those considered the strongest national candidates polled lousy numbers: Hillary Clinton is currently the best known [...]
Charlie Rose taped a well-timed interview with Hillary Clinton Thursday, set to air on his PBS show tonight. But ahead of that broadcast, the show has released an excerpt featuring the former secretary of state's initial reaction to the Malaysia Airlines passenger jet that crashed in Eastern Ukraine earlier today.