Wednesday on NPR's "On Point" when guest host John Harwood asked Hillary Rodham Clinton if both the Bush and Obama administration approaches to Russia have obviously failed and what can be done, the former Secretary of State defiantly...Show More Summary
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
A headline at The Washington Post. Sample text:The trepidation that some Democrats feel in standing with President Obama — along with former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton’s absence on the midterm campaign trail — has provided...Show More Summary
Five days ago, Village mouthpiece Chris Cillizza said Hillary Clinton had just had the worst week in Washington: When “Hard Choices,” Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir of her time at the State Department, came out in early June, the book...Show More Summary
AP Photo/Eric Gay Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton waves to the crowd before she speaks about her new book "Hard Choices" on Friday, June 20, 2014, in Austin, Texas. This article originally appeared at The Huffington...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called Monday’s Hobby Lobby ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court “deeply disturbing” and said there should be “a real outcry against this kind of decision.”
Hey isn’t that… Actor Chris Colfer, who plays Broadway fanatic Kurt Hummel on Fox’s “Glee,” at the Los Angeles stop on former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton’s book tour on Thursday? Colfer waited in line to have his copy of “Hard Choices” signed with the rest of the Clinton groupies — the crowd was in […]
Even the former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton can be surprised! The 66-year-old former Secretary of State was surprised by actor and fellow author Chris Colfer who came by her book signing at Barnes and Noble at The Grove in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon (June 19). “I met @HillaryClinton today!!! Not sure if I [...]
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's new book, "Hard Choices," is being roundly ripped by reviewers across America and the book's publisher, Simon and Schuster, which reportedly paid her a whopping $14 million advance, are worried it could be a "bomb."
The former secretary of state, who is promoting her new memoir, gave a boost of 23 percent to the usual audience on the network.
There are still too many unanswered questions about the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday, even as she welcomed the capture of a suspected mastermind of the assaults. “There are answers, not all of them, not enough, frankly,” she said of the September 2012 […]
Seems former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton had a certain book title on her mind at a Tuesday night award ceremony for women leaders around the globe. “The women we honor tonight have faced hard choices in their own lives,” Clinton told the crowd at the Kennedy Center’s concert hall, evoking the title of […]
Hillary Rodham Clinton expressed caution Tuesday about the United States working with Iran to combat fast-moving Islamic insurgents in Iraq, saying the U.S. needs to understand "what we're getting ourselves into."
Hillary Rodham Clinton has told a German magazine that she will work to make sure the United States is led by a woman — even if it’s not her.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton fended off questions Sunday on the deaths of American diplomats in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012, suggesting that no additional explanation she offered would satisfy her critics.
During a talk before the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton let it all out - a jab at Russian President Vladimir Putin, her shock at the on-going situation in Iraq and...Show More Summary
During an appearance on conservative Hugh Hewitt's national radio program last fall, Hewitt asked me what foreign policy achievements I thought former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton would brag about, if she runs for president.
Even before the official publication of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s newest book, one thing was clear: It would take a herculean blast of luck to pry anything unintended out of the former secretary of State, now hawking the book in myriad TV interviews with a smile on her face, uttering the title...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is embarking on a book tour this week that will feature overtones of a potential presidential campaign in 2016 and could offer a window into the former Secretary of State's stamina and how she might present her rationale for another White House bid.
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