The Democratic candidate for mayor is being endorsed by Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has earned a special honor from the New York-based Elton John AIDS Foundation, in honor of her work to support gay rights.
The Clinton camp is firing back after embattled New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner hinted Monday that Hillary Clinton may be eyeing a run for president in 2016.
In a candid 45 minute interview with the viral website BuzzFeed, Weiner opened up about everything from his sexting scandal to his campaign to his wife Huma Abedin — a longtime aide to Hillary Clinton.
While working as then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s aide, Abedin was also earning a six-figure salary as a consultant. Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) has questioned whether Huma Abedin disclosed her dual role to the federal government.
Lautenberg’s casket will arrive at the U.S Capitol on Thursday, where it will lie in repose in the Senate chamber before he is interred at Arlington National Cemetery on Friday.
The recently retired Hillary Clinton hasn’t announced whether she’ll run or not for the Oval Office, but the Madam President campaign is underway and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand spoke out Friday on her plans for 2016.
Hillary Rodham Clinton has a book deal. The book has yet to be titled and is tentatively scheduled for June 2014.
It’s never too early to speculate about presidential politics.
Gov. Chris Christie has shattered another public opinion poll record by scoring a 74 percent job approval rating, the highest of any governor in 17 years of Quinnipiac University surveys.
It has been reported that billionaire media mogul Mort Zuckerman, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, outgoing U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell are on Bloomberg’s wish list of successors.
Clinton presided over a senior staff meeting, the first she has convened since early December before contracting the stomach bug after returning from a trip to Europe on Dec. 7.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was set to head back to work Monday, five days after being released from New York Presbyterian Hospital for a blood clot in her head.
One day after being released from New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, where she was being treated for a blood clot in her head, Clinton was at home resting, but was far from idle.
The State Department issued a statement saying Clinton’s medical team advised her she was “making good progress on all fronts” and that they were confident she would “make a full recovery.”