[...] Hillary Clinton and the pack of Republican candidates came back swinging at their rivals as they seek to rebound in the upcoming contests in South Carolina, Nevada and the group of states voting on Super Tuesday, March 1.
Race was a key topic of conversation at Thursday's Democratic presidential debate, as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) each sought to establish themselves as the greatest adversary of racism and champion of communities of color. Show More Summary
Race was a key topic of conversation at Thursday's Democratic presidential debate, as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) each sought to establish themselves as the greatest adversary of racism and...Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary, and he won by a lot. But thanks to DNC rules, he still walks away from the Granite State with roughly the same number of delegates as his rival Hillary Clinton (maybe even less). The uphill battle Sanders faces in the Democratic party is undemocratic and illustrates why... Show More Summary
I'm rooting for Hillary for a simple reason; I think she'd be the best president. She served New York well in the Senate and was an effective Secretary of State. As has been clear in the debates, she has an extraordinary command of not only the issues but the process of governing and is by far the most experienced of any candidate on either side. Show More Summary
The Hillary Clinton campaign finally has New Hampshire and its easily duped white people in the rearview and can now move on to states that actually look more like the contemporary Democratic coalition. Onward to Nevada and South Carolina, where there exist nonwhite humans who may be less prone to daft revolutionary schemes.
Hillary Clinton brought up Israel twice at last night's debate but Bernie Sanders didn't take the bait even as he landed on Henry Kissinger. He ought to be telling Americans that she got her job as secretary of state due to her close connections to Israel
When it comes to foreign policy, Hillary Clinton says she has a clear mentor. The former secretary of state, Henry Kissinger. The man that Christopher Hitchens said should be tried for war crimes in his book, The Trial of Henry Kissinger. Kissinger is a monster. Show More Summary
In their most recent debate in Wisconsin, the two remaining candidates for the Democratic nomination for president, Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, clashed on a number of domestic and foreign policy issues. Show More Summary
Two exchanges at Thursday night's debate between finger-pointing socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders and endlessly scandal-plagued former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton nicely summed up the difference between the two White House wannabes — while also explaining why Sanders has momentum in the primaries...
HILLARY’S SECURITY DISEASE INFECTS REST OF STATE DEPARTMENT, TOO: Foggy Bottom’s Bureau of Energy Resources was created during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State. The bureau’s purpose was to be the department’s heartbeat for energy diplomacy and security issues. Show More Summary
Another Democratic presidential debate concluded Thursday without a question about abortion put to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). The lack of questions about reproductive health care in the...Show More Summary
Getting past the Berniebros and Hillary surrogate swipes. As the 2016 presidential primary race moves on to Nevada and South Carolina, then to bigger states in March, let’s hope we’re leaving behind the tedious and divisive way bothShow More Summary
At a Feb. 6 presidential rally for Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright shouted her well-known phrase to the enthusiastic crowd: "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other!" The comment...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are tied in Nevada in a new poll, which can’t be good news for the Clinton camp which had felt its chances for winning would significantly increase once they got past New Hampshire. Right now, all signs are pointing to another nail biter — [...]Show More Summary
The DNC debate took an unusual turn when the two remaining candidates, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, got into a row over Henry Kissinger. Sanders’ attack may have been a bit antiquated, Kissinger, 92, hasn’t officially held office for 40 years, but it serves as a starting point for something that the Vermont Senator lacks... Show More Summary
? Bernie Sanders went on the offensive against Hillary Clinton during the last Democratic debate, criticizing her over her working relationship with controversial Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and defending some of Sanders' own disagreements with President Obama. Produced by Lamar Salter Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are viable candidates to win the Democratic nomination to run for President of the United States. There are polls and pundits to which we may refer to make a guess as to who will win. Or, we could ignore all that, and let the process play out and see…
Hillary Clinton's campaign expects a "firewall" based on African American support to defeat Bernie Sanders in Southern states. Clinton supporters and numerous political pundits have gleefully cited poll numbers among non-white Democrats,...Show More Summary
“In the two years between resigning as secretary of state and launching her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton personally received $4.1 million in fees from financial institutions for closed-door talks that attendees described as friendly and light,” the Wall Street Journal [...]