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
The Republican National Committee believes another Clinton in the White House would be “nuts.” To illustrate that point, they’ve brought in an expert, in the...
Nothing is certain for Hillary Clinton in 2016
We have a "tradition" of bringing soldiers home, said Clinton, "and I ascribe to it"
In a wide-ranging interview with People magazine, the former Secretary of State said she is looking beyond the Lewinsky scandal
"Hard Choices" offers an exquisitely lawyerly version of Benghazi that is less inaccurate than some Republican accounts.
Clinton’s much-anticipated book is due out early next month
Hillary Clinton gave her first at-home interview since leaving her government post in 2013 to PEOPLE
The Republican leadership challenges Democratic Party accusations that comments regarding Hillary Clinton’s age and health are “pathetic,” saying that any...
The governor of Massachusetts and California Senator Dianne Feinstein both say Hillary Clinton's current high profile could be an obstacle as 2016 approaches
Conservatives are pouncing on Benghazi and Boko Haram as evidence that the likely 2016 Democratic nominee is weak on national security. It's a bogus charge
"We all proudly stand on your shoulders," Oprah said
The Republican strategist denies saying that Clinton suffered brain damage after her December 2012 concussion, but says it was a "serious deal" that the...
"No one had a bigger influence on my life or did more to shape the person I became," Clinton writes in a excerpt from Hard Choices published on Mother's Day at...
The bitterness is directed not toward their moms, but toward each other