Republican leaders plotted their party’s political comeback on Thursday with plans to court minority voters and modernize …
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will need to raise $100 million over the next 20 months if she hopes to clear the field of serious Democratic challengers
Clinton’s speech at the Kennedy Center proves she can’t do anything outside the framework of her potential presidential candidacy.
The former Secretary of State will speak on April 24 in Dallas to a housing trade association.
Clinton’s testimony before Congress produced plenty of heat but little new light. Hillary’s history at State likely won’t bear a Benghazi asterisk, and she awaits a new chapter unburdened.
Watch this back-and-forth barrage between Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
In likely her last Senate hearing on Capitol Hill as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton says of the Benghazi consulate attack: “For me, this is not just a matter of policy. It’s personal.”
As she winds down her tenure at State, Hillary Clinton is burnishing her reputation and her star power. Bright enough perhaps to run in 2016?
Philippe Reines, longtime aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, resorts to denial-by-verse in response to the latest unfounded rumor that Clinton could replace Vice President Joe Biden on the Democratic ticket. Enjoy:
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I have a story in this week’s magazine, available online now and hitting stands this Friday, about U.S. efforts to help Syrian dissidents. The U.S. isn’t arming anybody – as Hillary Clinton on Tuesday accused Russia of doing for Syrian President Bashar Assad – but the State Department is training protesters …
Richard Wolf over at USA Today has a lengthy and comprehensive summary of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s legacy-to-date. I say to-date because Wolf leaves ample hints that her biggest role might yet be in the making. For example, he notes the numerous times Clinton is asked about a 2016 run — and her pat denials. His kicker from a …
In her keynote address at the TIME 100 gala Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton gave a sliver of hope to the folks who hope to see her run for President again. In introducing the Secretary of State, TIME managing editor Rick Stengel joked that she’s now so popular that she could be elected president in any country she visits.