Support has been eroding for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton, to the point where she has dropped below the 50-percent threshold.
As Trump continues to rise in the polls, voters who support him continually say they like the businessman because he speaks his mind.
Donald Trump continues to lead his Republican opponents and a new poll shows Democrat Hillary Clinton could have reason to worry.
Some folks ask for flowers. Others want donations to charity. One New Jersey woman has a pretty unusual request in her obituary.
Neither of the two emails sent to Hillary Rodham Clinton now labeled by intelligence agencies as “top secret” contained information that would jump out to experts as particularly sensitive, several government officials said Friday.
Two aides to former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton have agreed not to delete any work-related documents.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has directed her staff to turn over her private email server to the Department of Justice, the spokesman for Clinton’s presidential campaign told CBS News Tuesday.
The department said the process of releasing Hillary Clinton’s emails is slow, because U.S. intelligence agencies have to make sure they don’t contain any government secrets.
Clinton receives her highest head-to-head numbers – 54 percent – if Trump is the nominee, according to the poll.
“The Department has received a referral related to the potential compromise of classified information,” a Justice Department official said. “It is not a criminal referral.”
Hillary Rodham Clinton is in New York City Monday laying out her most concrete vision for the U.S. economy in a pitch to Democrats who are being wooed by Clinton’s chief rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno is turning down an invitation to attend a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
At the outdoor rally, Clinton plans to portray herself as a fierce advocate for those left behind in the post-recession economy.
Preparations are underway on Roosevelt Island as Hillary Clinton makes what is being seen as her first major presidential campaign speech this weekend.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will not attend former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign kickoff — even though it’s happening in his city.