More Hillary Clinton Articles

  • Hillary Clinton says she's still considering future plans

    TEMPE, Ariz. — Hillary Clinton told a group of enthusiastic college students Saturday that she is "very much concerned about the direction of our country" but was still deciding whether to pursue another presidential campaign.

  • Hillary Clinton won't have an easy ride to presidency

    Will Hillary Clinton be elected America's next president? The polls suggest she will. Recent polls compiled by Real Clear Politics show her winning 67 percent of the vote in Democratic primaries, with no other candidate above 11 percent. General election polling shows Clinton with an average...

  • Bill Clinton defends American control of Internet domain name system

    TEMPE, Ariz. -- Former President Bill Clinton presided over a star-studded panel Friday evening, voicing his preference that the United States maintain control of the Internet's domain name system, which will soon be ceded to an international body. Clinton appeared on stage for a Clinton...

  • Hillary Clinton should be elected for being a woman, says Washington Post

    If not voting for Hillary Clinton because she's a woman is sexist, isn't voting for her just because she's a woman also sexist? Washington Post reporter Nia-Malika Henderson penned a “note to Hillary Clinton,” telling the former secretary of state and first lady to stress her gender rather...

  • Senate Democrats have record fundraising month

    The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee posted another record fundraising month, bringing in $6.8 million in February and raising its total for the election cycle to $66 million. After its best February haul ever, the campaign arm set up to defend Democratic candidates for Senate has...

  • Jay Carney: 'Superficial' to suggest Ukraine a liability for Hillary Clinton

    White House press secretary Jay Carney dismissed a question about whether tensions with Russia over the Crimea region would hurt former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's political future as “superficial” and “flaccid thinking.” “That’s a pretty superficial way of looking at...

  • Hillary Clinton action committee to drum up support in New Hampshire

    A political action committee supporting Hillary Clinton is sending staff members to visit New Hampshire next week to begin organizing support in case the former first lady and secretary of state decides to run for president in 2016.

  • Examiner Editorial: Nancy Pelosi should identify her Republican 'colleague' --- if he exists

    Shortly before she and her fellow Democrats lost their House majority in the 2010 midterm elections, then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a warning that, if voters put Republicans back in control, the nation would soon be afflicted by a return to "the politics of personal destruction." If that term...

  • 'Ban Bossy' campaign started by Hillary Clinton donor -- ahead of 2016 run

    Make no mistake, there is always a deeper agenda whenever a seemingly innocent campaign pops up overnight. On Sunday, Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg launched a new campaign, known as 'Ban Bossy,' which would — as you can imagine — encourage people to ban the word...

  • Documents in DC corruption case: Hillary Clinton aide sought 'street teams'

    A campaign adviser to Hillary Clinton was involved in an off-the-books operation to help the former first lady's 2008 presidential campaign in four states and Puerto Rico, according to federal court documents.

  • Donors back Mike Huckabee, seen as best hope to beat Hillary Clinton

    Former Arkansas governor and 2008 Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said that donors are rushing him with offers of big-dollar support, clearing away his highest hurdle to entering the 2016 GOP primaries. The biggest difference between 2008 and this year, he said, is that...

  • Obama, Hillary Clinton circles overlap in Dem fundraising

    President Obama is bolstering his party's campaign coffers, joining an ally of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to help the Democratic National Committee climb out of a worrisome deficit. It's the latest alignment of the Obama and Clinton orbits, as the former first lady considers a...

  • Huge run on ammo amid fears Obama will cut Russian bullet imports

    American gun owners are gobbling up cheap Russian ammunition in huge quantities, worried that President Obama's tussle with Vladimir Putin over Moscow's grab for Crimea will result in new trade sanctions cutting off imports of bullets. “We've seen an ammo-hoarding effect,” said Larry...

  • Hillary Clinton was right about Vladimir Putin and Adolf Hitler the first time

    Winston Churchill once advised, “Study history, study history. In history, lies all the secrets of statecraft.” Churchill's recommendation may be good advice for us in light of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's recent controversial remarks on the escalating crisis in Ukraine....

  • DC businessman Jeffrey Thompson charged with conspiracy

    Influential District of Columbia businessman Jeffrey Thompson was charged Monday with conspiring to violate federal and local campaign finance laws by funding off-the-books campaign activity for candidates including Hillary Rodham Clinton and district Mayor Vincent Gray.



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    Polls are overrated, but they can be still instructive. So what’s to be learned from a Fox News survey of 1,012 registered voters conducted April 13-15? 

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  • As Goes North Carolina

    Raleigh, N.C.  To win the Senate, Republicans must win North Carolina. While it’s mathematically possible to take the Senate without ousting Democratic senator Kay Hagan, the chances of that...

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