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Hillary's Moment

It was Halloween night in Jerusalem, and Benjamin Netanyahu came dressed as a peacemaker. "We're prepared to start peace talks immediately," the notoriously...

The State of Hillary: A Mixed Record on the Job

It was Halloween night in Jerusalem, and Benjamin Netanyahu came dressed as a peacemaker. "We're prepared to start peace talks immediately," the notoriously...

Democratic Fundraiser Hassan Nemazee

After Democratic financier Hassan Nemazee was accused of forging loan documents in order to borrow $74 million from Citibank, he wired the money back. A nice...

Clinton's Trip to India: What's the Takeaway?

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's four-day visit to India was a whirlwind expedition packed with meetings with the country's top leadership and a range...

Clinton Off to Patch Relations with India

The Bush years were a good time for relations between the world's two biggest democracies. After years of suspicion and tensions, India and the U.S. finally...

Should Clinton's Campaign Pay Mark Penn?

All presidential campaigns end, one way or another, but the financial debt from them has a way of living on — especially for a candidate who loses. And while it...

Clinton's Senate Hearing Is First Diplomatic Test

No matter how famous the person in the spotlight, Senate confirmation hearings have certain fixed rules. The nominee must repeatedly assure Senators that he or...

Watching Clinton's Transition at State

Now that Hillary Clinton has been nominated to be Secretary of State, President-elect Barack Obama's former Democratic rival will begin preparing for the job...

Can Clinton, Envoys Rebuild U.S. Diplomacy?

The euphoria that greeted Hillary Clinton's arrival at the State Department on Thursday was not unfamiliar. Every few years, the usually reserved diplomats at...

Clinton Courts Syria, but Will Israel Play Ball?

For a disputed border crossing between two warring nations, the snowy hillside town of Majdal Shams is pretty quiet. There have been no major battles in the...

What the Middle East Needs from Hillary Clinton

As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes her first official visit to the Middle East this week, the prospects for peace are bleak. But Shibley Telhami, a...

The Once and Future Hillary

What becomes now of Hillary Clinton? Will she run again for President? Make a bid for Senate majority leader? Go home to New York and run for governor? Does she...

The Dems' Appearance of Unity

In truth, we could end this story right here. You have the photograph up top of Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton, victor and vanquished, all smiles and...

Clinton Delivers for Obama

No winner of a hard-fought, down-to-the-wire presidential nomination battle ever received a stronger boost from his vanquished foe than Senator Barack Obama...

Making Up Is Hard to Do.

The July 31 cocktail reception outside Palo Alto, Calif., had been billed as an evening for letting bygones be bygones, a coming together of Hillary Clinton's...

Clinton's Faltering Case for Staying In

Can you imagine Hillary Clinton actually giving up her quest for the presidency? Anyone who heard her proclaim "full-speed onto the White House" on Tuesday night...

Clinton's Hard Road Gets Harder

Hillary Clinton still believes that the realities of economic hardship can quash the politics of hope, that American voters will choose cheaper gas before...

Hillary's Fond Farewell

Linda Mahoney and her partner Edith Miller, both in their sixties, were among the first to line up to see Hillary Clinton end her bid for the presidency...

Clinton's Mark Penn Problem

"Correction Appended: April 9, 2008" When a not-yet-world-famous political consultant named Karl Rove signed up back in 1999 to become the chief strategist...