Hillary Clinton narrowly edged out Bernie Sanders in third quarter fundraising, but she was in a class all by herself when it came to blowing through campaign cash, according to a POLITICO analysis of reports filed Thursday with the Federal Election Commission.
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HUD Secretary Julian Castro holds hands with Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as he endorses her at a “Latinos for Hillary” rally in San Antonio, Texas, where he formerly served as the city’s mayor. Clinton confirmed months of pundit speculation on Thursday when she said that she would consider Castro for “everything” in her administration if she were selected as the Democratic nominee, including the vice-presidency. If Clinton won the 2016 election with Castro as her VP, he would be positioned to become one of the first viable Hispanic presidential candidates, in 2024.
Washington (CNN) President Barack Obama declined to comment Friday on the prospect of Vice President Joe Biden seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, instead praising the Democratic field at large.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is calling for a quick solution to a looming crisis for those on Social Security who won’t see a cost-of-living increase in their benefits — but could see a rise in their Medicare premiums through a glitch in federal law.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Central New Yorkers know Hillary Clinton loves wine ice cream from Mercer’s Dairy in Oneida County.
If you crave presidential lawlessness, war crimes, and international mayhem, you should adore Democratic presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton.
Bradley Cooper, Jessica Chastain, and Even Hillary Clinton Respond to Jennifer Lawrence’s Wage Gap Essay
Three days after Jennifer Lawrence’s essay about Hollywood’s wage gap hit the Internet, actors and even one presidential hopeful are continuing the conversation the Oscar winner bravely started.
The Groundwork, a political technology start-up funded by Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt, has maintained its position as the top technology provider to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Hillary Clinton’s close aide Huma Abedin fielded questions from the House Select Committee on Benghazi Friday, sitting for nearly eight hours for a closed-door interview with members of Congress and panel investigators.
For the first time in 16 years, guns will play a prominent role in the presidential election. In 2000 energized gun-rights activists helped cost Al Gore his home state of Tennessee and Bill Clinton’s home state of Arkansas. As much as Florida’s hanging chads and Ralph Nader’s third-party self-indulgence, pro-gun agitation put George W. Bush in a position to enjoy the Supreme Court’s delivery of the White House in Bush v. Gore.