Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton let her hair down about President Barack Obama during a reunion dinner with college classmates last year, according to a new book.
Family, friends and famous admirers gathered Saturday and paid tribute to poet, orator and sage Maya Angelou.
Mayor Bill de Blasio promised the progressive spirit of New York would energize and captivate the party and the nation.
The National September 11 Memorial Museum is being dedicated Thursday before opening to the general public May 21.
Former President Bill Clinton said Wednesday his wife Hillary took six months to recover from a 2012 concussion, adding she is now “stronger than I am” as he dismissed GOP strategist Karl Rove’s comments about her health.
“I myself deeply regret what happened between me and President Clinton,” Lewinsky wrote. “I am determined to have a different ending to my story.”
Hillary Clinton said she’s “really excited” about becoming a grandmother and it makes the work of empowering future generations even more important.
Advance toward the leader of the free world at your own risk — even if you’re a professional sports mascot, with your giant mitts and huge noggin.
Now, papers have claimed to reveal the former First Lady’s very personal thoughts. The biggest insights shed light on how she viewed the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
Bill de Blasio was sworn in as the 109th mayor of New York City at midnight during a small ceremony at his Brooklyn home.
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has tapped Carmen Farina, a former teacher, principal and longtime advocate of early childhood education, to be New York City’s next schools chancellor.
Former President Bill Clinton will be the one to swear in Bill de Blasio as mayor on Wednesday.
President Barack Obama praised Nelson Mandela as the last great liberator of the 20th century, urging the world to carry on his legacy by fighting inequality, poverty and discrimination.
Leaders from around the world were heading to South Africa on Monday to attend a memorial honoring Nelson Mandela.
With his image battered amid the botched rollout of his signature health care law, President Barack launched a campaign Tuesday to defend the Affordable Care Act.