By David Lightman, McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) MINNEAPOLIS — As Democratic Party insiders gather for their summer meeting, there is a growing undercurrent of concern whether Hillary Clinton would be the party’s strongest candidate to keep the White House next year. They still like and mostly support her. But many are increasingly questioning her handling […]
If one were of a low and suspicious nature regarding The New York Times’ historically inept Washington Bureau, one might suspect yet another example of the “Clinton Rules” — that is, a shaky allegation unsupported by facts.
Hillary Clinton might be falling behind Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire — but she’s still ahead by a huge — even overwhelming — margin in the first caucus state of Iowa.
The former cabinet secretary under Bill Clinton says he’s “patched things up” with them, after he drew their ire in 2008 by endorsing Barack Obama.
If only Hillary Clinton and Alice Paul could have a cup of coffee. A major figure in American history, suffrage champion Paul was a political strategist with few equals. Her winning blueprint for social change gives Clinton the best way forward.
Obscured by sensational and often stupid media coverage, the fundamental facts are simple. There is no evidence that Hillary Clinton violated any rule or law in her use of a private email server, however badly advised.
With Hillary Clinton getting knocked about by press coverage of her emails, could there be another Democratic hope? A new round of polls suggest that it’s someone who’s been under our noses the whole time: Vice President Joe Biden.
“I believe you change laws, you change allocation of resources, you change the way the systems operate,” Clinton said.
The projection of realness — naturalism, authenticity, approachability — on Clinton’s part has been a central aim of her campaign from the start. Her swing through the Hawkeye State this past weekend was replete with efforts at being (or, at least, seeming) real (or, at least, real-ish).
Larry Wilmore took a look at the leaked video of Hillary Clinton meeting with Black Lives Matter activists, joined for this segment by “The Nightly Show” contributor Holly Walker and Clinton campaign “official” Carlos Jordanson.
Same as it ever was. When the evidence finally emerges, it will turn out that Clinton has been diligently coloring inside the lines all along. That’s because she’s smarter and tougher than her enemies.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said in a Twitter post on Tuesday that drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic Ocean was “not worth the risk.”
President Obama played golf with former President Clinton and attended a party with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Saturday, to celebrate the birthday of Washington power broker and mutual friend Vernon Jordan.
Hillary Clinton on Saturday hit back at comments from Jeb Bush that President Obama’s policies on Iraq created instability that led to the rise of the Islamic State militant group.
Larry Wilmore looked at Jeb Bush’s recent speech on Iraq — in which he blamed Hillary Clinton and President Obama for the problems there.
Black Lives Matter protesters have been feeding their racial justice message to 2016 presidential candidates – without reservations.
We can expect some partisan figures – like Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and his fellow Republicans on the House Select Committee on Benghazi – to continue to willfully misrepresent these fundamental facts.
One political story was the talk of all the late night shows: The news that Bernie Sanders has overtaken Hillary Clinton in a poll of the New Hampshire primary.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, in his Tuesday speech that was billed as a major foreign policy address, provided a distorted version of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq and an incorrect account of the origins of the Islamic State.