Let’s all please stop asserting that Bernie Sanders can’t beat Hillary Clinton in the Democratic nomination race.
Saying “all lives matter” has become a political liability in Democratic circles, which says a lot about how influential blocs are shaping the 2016 political debate.
Given the New York Times’ deep bias against Hillary Clinton, nobody should be surprised by its embarrassing, inaccurate report of a non-existent “criminal referral” involving her.
The polls show Hillary Clinton trailing in crucial swing states — but at the same time, the Democrats have advantages nationally in some key fundamentals.
The Justice Department said it is weighing a request to look into the possible mishandling of classified information in Hillary Clinton’s private email account .
Controversy over Hillary Clinton’s decision to use private email while she was serving as secretary of state have dogged her presidential campaign since before it officially started.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said of Hillary Clinton’s campaign: playing “the gender card alone is not enough.”
Hillary Clinton’s proposed plan to overhaul capital gains taxes aims to foster long-term growth by taxing some short-term investments at higher rates.
The polls that have come out this week show a clear pattern: Donald Trump is on the rise among Republicans. And that might just be their worst nightmare.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Tuesday called the new deal with Iran an “important moment” and said based on what she knows now it is a step toward curbing Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
During her economic policy speech today, in which she called for better wages and a move toward wider profit sharing, Hillary declared of Jeb: “Well, he must not have met very many American workers.”
Hillaryeconomics is a wager that voters across racial and ethnic lines, very much including members of the white working class, want a raise and better benefits. Can the GOP make a plausible counteroffer?
Hillary Clinton will announce Monday what aides call a far-reaching plan to restructure the economy to move more of the nation’s wealth to middle- and low-wage earners.
Hillary Clinton enjoys a 19-point lead among likely Democratic caucus-goers in the key state of Iowa over her nearest challenger, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but that advantage has shrunk since May, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.