An armed group that has been patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border left its post in the New Mexico desert Tuesday amid pressure from law enforcement
Hillary Clinton was born on 26 October, 1947. She grew up in a middle-class family in the Chicago suburb of Park Ridge. Hillary studied at Wellesley College, where she became actively involved in politics, before going on to study at Yale Law School, where she met Bill Clinton.
In 1992 Hillary presented herself as a dynamic and valued partner to her husband Bill Clinton who was standing for U.S. president. Hillary’s own political career progressed with her senate seat win in 2000, making her the first wife of a president to seek and win public office. After winning the 2004 elections, Obama made Clinton his secretary of state.
Hillary Clinton is running in the 2016 U.S. elections.
Opinion If Mueller Had the Authority of an Israeli Judicial Commission of Inquiry, Trump Would Be Toast
The claim that Trump would have won the 2016 elections without Russia’s intervention is now patently preposterous
Hillary Clinton says the letter made her cry, when she first read it back then and again when she heard Bush was gone
'We have a president who is part of the cover-up as to what happened in that consulate or embassy when Mr. Khashoggi was murdered'
'Treason' Trump Retweets Image of His Political Opponents Behind Bars, Including His Own Deputy Attorney General
Trump also dredged up a month old conservative attack on Clinton
U.S. President Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton a criminal for using a private email server during her time as secretary of state
Close to 30 Democrats across the U.S. ‘flipped’ Republican held-seats and the majority of them did it in suburban districts like Virginia’s 10th, which supported Clinton in 2016
Social media accounts supposedly belonging to Cesar Altieri Sayoc also contained anti-Democratic and pro-Trump rhetoric
Official names suspect as Cesar Sayoc and says more arrests may follow after at least a dozen bombs sent to top Democrats and other critics of the U.S. president
NYPD says explosive devices sent to CNN appear to be sent by same person who mailed pipe bombs to George Soros, Clinton and Obama ■ Trump: 'Acts or threats of political violence have no place in the U.S.'
Wasserman Schultz, a Jewish Congresswoman from Florida, was scheduled to appear at a fundraiser with Hilary Clinton Wednesday night; a package addressed to the Clintons was intercepted by police earlier that day
The meeting that took place in 2016 between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer is the subject for an ongoing investigation into possible links between the president's campaign and Russia
U.S. lawyer says he was ostracized when he spoke out in favor of the American president's civil liberties, calls it a sign of increasing intolerance
J.B. Pritzker vs. Daniel Biss is a local version of Hillary Clinton vs. Bernie Sanders. The two approaches that have divided the Dem Party since the 2016 presidential campaign
Trump Jr. tweeted in response: 'The more Hillary goes on television the more the American people realize how awesome it is to have @realDonaldTrump in office'
Democrats have accused Republicans of launching a spurious probe of Clinton to divert attention from the investigation into possible collusion between Trump’s election campaign and Russia
Clinton: ‘Empathy should not only be at the center of our individual lives and our spiritual lives, but it should be at the center of our public life’
Back in 1992 the congregation was so small that Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum was its first paid staffer. Now it's so popular it has to hold High Holiday services at the Javits Center
What the Democrats need to do to fill the ideological void created under Trump, according to political philosopher Mark Lilla
In a series of exchanges, released by Trump Jr. on Twitter, WikiLeaks, which has links to Russia, asks him to push leaked emails from Clinton’s campaign and to release his father's tax returns
Anti-Trump outrage gives demoralized Democrats same energy that led to Tea Party’s 2010 putsch in Congress
The 2012 Benghazi attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound killed 4 Americans, and contributed to criticism of Hillary Clinton during U.S. election
Former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and former campaign manager Paul Manafort are most likely the first indictments, predicted the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee
'First Charges Filed in Trump-Russia Probe' as GOP Mega-donor Revealed to Be First to Fund anti-Trump Research
Washington Free Beacon, funded by Republican donor and Trump critic Paul Singer, paid for initial research into Trump – not Clinton campaign ■ 'Mueller's Russia probe files first charges'
The dossier, which circulated in Washington last year and was turned over to the FBI for its review, contends that Russia was engaged in a longstanding effort to aid Trump
Australian artist took to Twitter to urge his followers to give him ideas for new graffitis on West Bank wall, and the results are hysterical
Reaction to the massacre at a Las Vegas country music festival poured in from around the world
With Clinton on a book tour and Obama silent, Sanders for now is Democratic party’s 'It' guy for battling President Trump – on both domestic and international issues
'Height of hypocrisy,' Hillary Clinton calls out Trump team over private email reports
Former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner is headed for jail for sending sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old girl