High-level White House debates over Iraq and Syria are coming to light as top officials air their differences.
Or, as they're called in Yiddish, the 'machatonim'
The challenges and benefits of running for the land’s highest office as a grandmother
Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky was born Friday, making Hillary and Bill Clinton grandparents
Clinton and former Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, announced $600 Million in private and public funding for global education
Calling out Senate and gubernatorial candidates by name, Clinton pledges to help get every woman on the ballot elected
“These issues have to be in the life blood of this election and any election”
Presumptive 2016 Democratic frontrunner faces a question of timing
As speculation about 2016 reaches fever pitch, former Secretary of State teases crowd: "Well it is true, I am thinking about it"
This will be Clinton’s first visit to Iowa since she lost the caucuses in 2008
Sorry, Chuck Todd—you're wrong about Hillary
The possible presidential contender is heavily favored to win the Democratic nod if she runs
In a speech Friday, the likely 2016 Presidential hopeful also took a jab at Barack Obama
Says the U.S. is behind Germany
The Supreme Court Justice accidentally crashed Clinton's book signing
Hillary Clinton refused to be pigeonholed in an conversation about gay marriage, and that's okay
During an appearance in Chicago, the "Hard Choices" author and potential 2016 Presidential candidate revealed she doesn't believe there's "anything...
A good sign for the potential 2016 candidate
Nothing is certain for Hillary Clinton in 2016
We have a "tradition" of bringing soldiers home, said Clinton, "and I ascribe to it"