History is funny and perhaps Hillary Clinton will win the presidency because at a Republican special committee on the Benghazi State Department tragedy she testified for 11 hours.
Editor's Comment: Whether or not you agree with Donald Trump's position on restricting Muslim immigration to the United States, it is clear that Hillary Clinton, as Secretary of State, has done far more damage to the lives of Syrians, Libyans, Eg
Will we make it through another election?
Predictably, the 2016 presidential field didn't exactly give a rousing endorsement of President Barack Obama's prime time speech on fighting terrorism.
Hillary Clinton said on Sunday that the Islamic State had become "the most effective recruiter in the world" and that the only solution was to engage American technology companies in blocking or taking down militant websites, videos and encrypted
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented her plan to "rein in" Wall Street in a New York Times op-ed published on Monday.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson suggested on Sunday that Americans should vote for Hillary Clinton if they wanted to elect the person with the most foreign policy experience.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Sunday she would take the relationship between the U.S. and Israel "to the next level," but warned that solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would not be enough to stabilize the entire region
Ron Paul takes on some of the biggest myths that today's Presidential candidates are throwing our way. Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio fans will want to pay attention to this show. Don't miss it!
One of Florida's biggest conservative Republican moneymen -- and a billionaire backer of Jeb Bush -- is so disgusted by Donald Trump's candidacy that if he has to, he'll do the unthinkable: "If I have a choice -- and you can put it in bold
Rand Paul's presidential campaign may not be going well, but he appears to be a lock for reelection to his Kentucky Senate seat. The reason is simple: Democrats can't find a candidate to oppose him.
As the crazy protracted carnival of the presidential election rolls forward with ever more outrageous rhetoric, spin, downright lies, and "gotcha" moments, it bears remembering what's on television usually has little to do with reality.
Warren Buffett has long been a fan of Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton. Now the Oracle of Omaha is preparing to stump for her ... in Omaha.
A new batch of Hillary Clinton's emails made public Monday by the State Department indicate the former secretary of state was worried about whether she had overplayed the administration's Benghazi narrative, blaming the attack on a demonstration over
Between the chilly temperatures and the pace of the push-ups, there was plenty to complain about after eight lawmakers straggled into the park behind the Longworth House Office Building for their regular 6:30 a.m. workout.
In this video Luke Rudkowski confronts Ed Schultz, campaigner for Bernie Sanders at a recent democratic debate.
In contrast, to most Republican candidates, who have given us general platitudes about "getting tougher on terrorism" or vague promises to use more ground troops in Iraq or Syria, Hillary Clinton has proposed a more concrete program for battling ISIS
She's the Democratic version of Chris Christie and Marco Rubio combined
Hillary Clinton's speech Thursday was billed as her plan to combat Islamic State. In truth, her plan was to combat the idea that she is another Barack Obama.
'We must deny them virtual territory, just as we deny them actual territory.'
In what appears to be a first for a serious presidential contender, Hillary Clinton's campaign is going after five comedians who made fun of the former Secretary of State in standup skits at a popular Hollywood comedy club.
On Tuesday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the American woman most responsible for the current refugee crisis in the Middle East, blasted Republicans for not wanting to accept unvetted Syrian Muslim refugees in the aftermath of last week
WASHINGTON -- Despite Hillary Rodham Clinton's claims she'll take on wealthy special interests and reform Wall Street, the road to her White House run has been paved with gold from Washington lobbyists.
People who pay attention to politics would be understandably skeptical that a book about the Clintons could destroy Hillary's presidential campaign. The Clinton political dynasty has survived a long list of scandals.