When I went down to Houston a few years ago to eat pizza with the former president, he was his usual gracious self, speaking fondly about President Obama and his new pal Bill Clinton.
As Vice President Joe Biden considers a potential run, Hillary Clinton's campaign is seeking to project dominance at the Democratic National Commitee meeting in Minneapolis.
Last night we heard the best 'excuse' yet if you are caught with an Ashley Madison account, from Dan Loeb - "due diligence." Today, not to be outdone by a married hedge fund manager, Vice-President Joe Biden's son "Hunter" has unleashed his own set o
Behind the scenes at Chappaqua: Twilight of the Clintons
Attacking the Second Amendment is a major component of campaign
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton faces a "grave situation" legally as her email scandal continues to unravel, Fox News' Judge Andrew Napolitano said Wednesday. Judge Andrew Napolitano
As Secretary of State in 2009, Hillary Clinton helped a right-wing coup in Honduras remove an elected left-of-center president, setting back the cause of democracy and enabling corrupt and drug-tainted forces to tighten their grip on the poverty-stri
In the current deluge of wannabe leaders clamoring for attention and trying to convince us that they are the boss who should be applying rules to us, it strikes me that all of them are looking backward and none are looking forward.
On Wednesday we documented the unlikely rise of dark horse Presidential candidate "Deez Nuts" who, at last count, was polling at or near 9% in three states.
While perhaps too early for Democratic elites to panic and begin bailing out on Hillary Clinton's campaign as a doomed vessel, they would be well advised not to miss any of the lifeboat drills.
Yes, and so are all the other presidential candidates; and all the other politicians; and all political parties; and all political systems!
While the scandal surrounding the emails sent and received by Hillary Clinton during her time as U.S. secretary of state continues to grow, Clinton has resorted to laughing it off.
August 19, 2015- On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton was pushed by Fox News journalist Ed Henry on whether or not she wiped clean her private email server before handing it over to investigators.
While Hillary Clinton is pushing for a $15 minimum wage, and has criticized businesses that do not pay their interns, her campaign's interns work for free.
Hillary's private server is ok, but Chelsea's "crimes" get her solitary
The two "top secret" emails under review from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private server include discussion of an article about a U.S. drone operation, the Associated Press reported Friday.
Democrats are worried that the furor surrounding Hillary Clinton's private email server will be prolonged and intensified after her sudden move to hand it over to the FBI.
In the world of handling America's secrets, words - classified, secure, retroactive - have special meanings. I held a Top Secret clearance at the State Department for 24 years and was regularly trained in protecting information as part of that
N.H. Democrats lukewarm to her tough image
It was disclosed her top aides are being drawn into a burgeoning federal inquiry and that two emails on her private account have been classified as "Top Secret."
Bernie Sanders is an Independent U.S. Senator from Vermont who caucuses with the Democrats. He is a self-proclaimed socialist. He is a Democratic candidate for president. He is many things, but a Republican he is not.
The Sanders campaign, citing Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena officials, said 27,500 people were inside the venue or in an overflow area outside to hear Sanders speak.
Bill Clinton didn't tell Donald Trump to run for president, but he reportedly didn't say not to, either.
Everyone was trying to get a few more words in during last night's Republican debate, and that included the Democrats, who were chiming in on Twitter -- apparently to some success.
Sent to sabotage the GOP from within?
Sent to sabotage the GOP from within?
Gary Johnson, former governor of New Mexico and potential 2016 Libertarian presidential candidate, discussed the current lawsuit challenging the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) in an exclusive interview for IVN.
There's no shortage of money circulating in the 2016 presidential race. NBC News' First Read, taking note of the official second-quarter fundraising reports filed with the Federal Election Commission, reports $385 million has already been donated
In what's becoming a seasonal tradition nearly as predictable as the pumpkin-spice latte, the name of Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has again been floated as a potential presidential candidate.